Uganda Telecom Ltd the country's oldest telecom has been placed under receivership by the Ugandan government. In law, receivership is a situation in which
There have been some cases about UTL customers not being able to send on-net SMSs to fellow UTL customers. While UTL has had a rough time recently owing to its never ending woes, they’ve been more of external but this recent revelation had questions rising up as to what exactly is happening to Uganda’s oldest Telco given UTL customers themselves couldn’t exchange SMSs.
The Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has grabbed Ugx 1.1 billion in raid on the UTL account according to Mr Stephen Kaboyo the company’s chairman. URA raided UTL's account a day before the government took full control of the debt-burdened firm. Last week,
Ucom, the Libyan majority shareholder in Uganda Telecom (UTL) has notified the Ugandan government that they will no longer fund the company and with immediate effect directed
Uganda Telecom and Airtel Uganda seem to have resolved their interconnection issues. On early this week, Airtel Uganda sent out a public notice in the media to announce to their customers that with effect from
Following a directive from the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) entailing Airtel to suspend disconnection of calls to UTL, Uganda Telecom (UTL) has since issued a public statement seen by this blog assuring its subscribers that they’ll continue making and receiving calls between Airtel and UTL.