Bharti Airtel has announced the appointment of Anwar Soussa as the Managing Director of Airtel Uganda, with effect from 1 June 2016. Mr. Soussa is no stranger to the telecommunication industry in Africa. He joined Airtel from MTN Cyprus where he served as the COO and later became the MD for Airtel Chad...
Over the Weekend I decided to take a little vacation and because these days it is very easy to travel across East Africa thanks to the East African Community Integration I decided to visit Nairobi which is one of the beautiful cities in East Africa, I took a bus...
Airtel Uganda has announced a new partnership with Vivo Energy in a bid to expand the Airtel Money Agent network. The partnership will see over 80 Shell service stations give Airtel Uganda subscribers the opportunity to seamlessly withdraw or deposit money using Airtel Money, reaffirming Airtel Uganda’s purpose of not...
Apple has launched a new campaign on its homepage called “Shot on iPhone 6,″ which showcases photographs taken using the iPhone 6 by photographers around the world.
Airtel yesterday announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services to offer its cloud computing services to customers.
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has arbitrated and stopped Airtel’s move to block incoming and outgoing calls to Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL) effective February 3rd, saying it affects customers and operators whom the Commission must protect. In a statement released on Monday evening, the UCC Executive Director, Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi...
Today, Airtel has announced the appointment of three key business leaders in The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Niger. The leadership roles, according to the company, will become effective as of October 1, 2014. Djibril Ouattara has been appointed the new Managing Director for Airtel Niger to bolster the company’s...
Effective 15th January 2015, roaming calls to the One Area Network and call back home rates will be charged at a flat rate of Uganda shillings 350/-Receiving calls when roaming will be absolutely free whilst international calls from Uganda to the One area Network will incur a charge of Uganda shillings 330/-
Airtel Rwanda and IHS have closed the deal on acquisition of its towers in the country. The deal will see Airtel mobile subscribers enjoy more stable networks, higher network uptimes in which to make calls and a more universal service across the country.
Airtel Uganda has agreed a three-year advisory services deal with the International Finance Corporation (IFC). IFC is part of the World Bank, and this deal will see Airtel develop mobile money services and strengthen financial inclusion in the country. The deal, which is worth USD3.9 million, is also being supported by...