Internet Protocol For Uganda

Fundamentally, the Internet Protocol is a system that assigns an IP address, or unique numerical identification, to every device connected to a network. These addresses serve as virtual IDs that allow data to be routed accurately from its source to its destination.

Airtel Uganda Gives UCC UGX 34.8 billion

This substantial contribution complies with the requirements of the network’s license and the Communications Act, which require telecom operators to set aside 2% of their yearly gross revenue to fund the nation’s rural communications infrastructure development.

Airtel Uganda Reveals Innovation in Data Usage Manager

The first 5G telecommunications network, Airtel Uganda, has introduced a feature on the MyAirtel App called Data Usage Manager, which allows users to see how much data is used on their devices and by which applications. This is a significant step toward addressing customer concerns regarding their internet utilization. At the Airtel Head Office on […]

Increased Effort to Grow Uganda’s Digital Economy

The public, private, and agency sectors, as well as interested parties, were informed of the pressing need for a concerted effort to provide Ugandans with the knowledge, tools, and resources required to grow the country’s digital economy and increase employment prospects.

Minister Baryomunsi Claims That Internet and Device Prices Are Impeding the Digital Revolution

Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, the Minister for ICT and National Guidance, has underlined that the high cost of internet and the outrageous costs associated with buying smart gadgets, like phones, remain to be barriers to Uganda’s digital transformation. During his impassioned speech at the 67th African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute (AFRALTI) conference at the Imperial Golf […]