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Kenya’s Safaricom hikes call rates

Mobile phone service provider Safaricom has increased voice-calling rates by Sh1 (about US $0.00978) due to the rising inflation that is currently depreciating the Kenyan shilling. This is despite Safaricom assuring subscribers that they would not increase the call...

MTN Uganda growth plans dampened

MTN Uganda, one of the leading telecommunications companies and mobile providers indicates that the rising inflation and increased competition will adversely affected its growth target for the next financial reporting period. "Some of the real challenges include price erosion by...

Uganda bracing for another price war

Uganda’s telecom market has been gripped by yet another mobile price war. That has led to the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), the Uganda communications industry regulator, to reconsider reducing interconnection rates between mobile networks. The UCC may reduce the current...

Ugandan mobile price war continues

Mobile operators in Uganda are continuing to lower prices, leaving the country in the midst of another price war. In June 2011, the Ugandan Communication Commission (UCC) apparently reversed a decision to put a stop to incessant price...
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