Tag: Roke Telkom

This is the free internet Roke Telkom offer that you never...

Imagine having free internet daily at absolutely no cost. Yes, Roke Telkom is now offering all subscribers using the home package free daily internet. Guess what? just like the wind of change blowed to telecom operators Mtn and Airtel recently. Roke Telkom has finally joined the race on the verge to offer the best internet rates.

Roke Telkom introduces free surfing in the evening and over the...

Roke Telkom has thrown in a token of appreciation as the festive season approaches to all new and existing customers to surf for free every evening and over the weekend, at no extra cost but of course with terms and conditions. The time we are looking at is 7PM up to 7AM every day and all weekend.

5 ways to get connected to Rokespot without buying a voucher

Roke Telkom has a vibrant Rokespot WiFi network within most parts of the city that started operations late 2015 that was done in collaboration with Google Fiber project. The

Roke Telkom and UTL in fiber cable vandalism woes

In the recent past, Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL) alleged that Roke Telkom had vandalized its fibre cable. This allegation led to an investigation and the issuance of summons to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Roke Telkom. In a letter dated the 22nd day of August 2017, Roke Telkom clarified the matter by showing that it was the rightful

Google is expanding its internet infrastructure efforts with Project Link and...

It's been five years since Google rolled up Project Link here in Kampala, and this week, it formed a four-way partnership to invest in a wholesale broadband infrastructure project designed to bring fast and reliable internet access to other cities across Africa.

Facebook and Airtel partner to lay fiber Optic cable in Uganda

Facebook and Airtel have today announced new plans to lay fiber optic cables of over 800 kilometers in Uganda by the end of the year. With this infrastructure, the social media giant hopes will provide internet access for more than 3 million people.