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Roke Telkom Introduces Free streaming for Netflix in Uganda

This service will be available to all Roke Plus customers effective this new month on 1st July 2022

ROKE Telkom, a Ugandan home-grown public service provider for voice and data communications services, has introduced free streaming for Netflix on its Roke plus product “Chill on Chill.”

The announcement comes in a bid to reduce the cost burden on streaming Netflix.

Roke Plus is one of the Roke Telkom products that offers those with businesses, homes, schools and individuals with monthly internet bundles that facilitate their day-to-day surfing.

While making the announcement, Micheal Ssonko Roke Plus manager revealed that the offer “Chill on Chill” will be available for all Roke plus customers countrywide.

Micheal Ssonko, the Roke Plus Manager, during a press conference at their Offices in Bugolobi. (Courtesy Photo)

“Chill on Chill with Roke plus is an offer to our customers that will enable each of you access to Netflix app at no data cost 24/7. We have sought to make entertainment for our customers and Ugandans at large affordable with our all-new free streaming service.” Sonko mentioned.

He added that all a customer needs to do is subscribe for the Roke Plus package and automatically get access to the zero rating on Netflix. “At a time where entertainment off Netflix has become a must have, all a customer is required to do is subscribe to Roke Plus and they will automatically get access to the zero rating on their Netflix.”

Films have not only provided entertainment which ultimately enable those consuming it to unwind while relieving them of stress, it has also been an avenue that increases and inspires change, which is vital for society.

(Photo Credit: Roke Telkom)

This Roke Telecom service will be available to all Roke Plus customers effective this new month on 1st July 2022.

Roke Telkom Ltd has been in operation since 2006 licensed by Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) under a Public Service Provider (PSP) license.

In addition to this, Roke obtained its telecommunications services license in the same year. In 2010, this license was upgraded to a Public Infrastructure Provider (PIP) license in order to expand the range of products and services offered to the market.


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