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Uganda: Airtel seeks to allay Warid customer concern

Bharti Airtel (Airtel), a leading global telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today reiterated its commitment to Uganda and said it will “continue to make investments and offer world-class and affordable services to...

Uganda: Warid customers concerned over Airtel takeover

The East African Business Week reports that the Bharti Airtel takeover of Warid Telecom has been met with mixed response from Warid customers. There is reportedly concern amongst customers about maintaining numbers and missing out on products available on the...

Ugandan telecom operators outsourcing to the UK

Ugandan telecommunications operators are outsourcing large portions of their management of infrastructure and assets to UK-based Eaton Towers. According to reports, Orange Uganda and Warid Telecom are also outsourcing assets and asset management to the UK in a bid to...

Warid Telecom sells 400 towers

African tower company Eaton Towers, today announced they are in the process of expanding their investment in Uganda. According to a statement released by the company, Eaton Towers are set to acquire 400 towers from Warid Telecom Uganda. This comes...

Warid Telecom launches sales portal

Mobile telecommunications company Warid Telecom announced the launch of their Warid Tijarat portal today. Providing service in Congo, Pakistan and Uganda, Warid's new website enables users to buy and sell various items via their mobile phones. “Warid Tijarat helps bridge...

Obopay gives Uganda’s Warid the upper hand

Uganda’s Warid Telecom and Obopay announced a new agreement that will see the telecommunications operator launch a mobile banking and payment service called Warid Pesa. The initiative has analysts tipping Warid as the new top provider of mobile money...

Uganda’s Warid hopeful on mobile money

With Uganda’s mobile money taking off in recent months, Warid Telecom is confident that they are able to make a push into the market currently dominated by MTN. According to local figures, MTN Uganda currently controls at least 75 percent...

Uganda’s Warid: “Mobile money moving faster than expected”

Uganda’s Warid Telecom says that the first stages of its mobile money registration process has been reportedly solid, a top official told media on Monday. The goal of mobile money is to provide users an easy way of managing...

Warid Telecom launches cross-network money service

Warid Telecom in Uganda has launched its own money transfer service, called WaridPesa, and it will allow users to transfer funds to other users, no matter which network they are on. "The technology revolution is transforming Uganda's population in a...

Uganda government victim of telecom price wars

The Ugandan government reported over the weekend that they have been hurt as a result of the ongoing price wars afflicting the country’s telecommunications sector. It comes as prices of call rates and other telecom services continue to drop...
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