105 The Mount, York, YO24 +44 1904 731436 08:00-17:00
https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Uganda’s President Museveni has inaugurated the country’s fourth national fibre-optic network rollout project. The deployment of the new infrastructure covering the West Nile and Karamoja regions was begun in May 2019 and construction was completed in March this year. 1,590km of fibre network has been installed by Huawei under the supervision of the Uganda National...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

At least 2.9 million Simcards were wiped off the telecommunications network in only three months, according to details contained in the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) Market Performance Report for the 2020 second quarter. According to UCC, during the period, Total Revenue-Earning Customers or subscription numbers dropped from 28.4 million in the quarter to March to...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Ugandan firm Roke Telkom is teaming up with Facebook to enhance its public Wi-Fi services. Roke will be offering Facebook’s Express Wi-Fi platform to improve connectivity across Uganda. Roke currently offers access via 600 hotspots nationwide and is looking to ramp up its footprint under the Facebook partnership. Roger Sekaziga, CEO of Roke Telkom, said: ‘This partnership...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Roke Telkom, a Ugandan telecommunications company, has kicked off its annual corporate social responsibility initiative named Roke Gives Back, with a charity visit to Generations In Action Children’s Home in Gulu. This year, the philanthropic initiative will impact about 300 children in different orphanages and homes across Uganda. Roke Gives Back is an annual umbrella...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Uganda was one of the first countries in subSaharan Africa to gain full Internet connectivity. Uganda was one of the first countries in subSaharan Africa to gain full Internet connectivity. The introduction of Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL’s) free net service and a special Internet tariff countrywide have increased Internet usage with strong growth of the...

https://extensia-ltd.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1.png

Another licensing row has broken out in Uganda, this time centred on number two cellco Airtel. Following a long-running series of negotiations concerning market leader MTN Uganda, which was settled in March this year when MTN agreed to pay USD100 million for a twelve-year licence extension, a similar situation has now developed at Airtel, Eagle Online reports. Airtel is...