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MTN Changes Whocalled Code

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Mugah Bashir Bakali, the Rwenzori region police spokesperson, told Chimpreports today, Wednesday, that the accused committed the offence while he was drunk.

“His arrest came after the daughter narrated the ordeal to her mother who later reported the matter to Kitebwa police post,” Bakali said.

Bakali condemned the act and said the accused will be taken to courts of law when investigations are complete.

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unhealthy geneva;”>MTN WhoCalled service will thus be notifying customers via SMS about the different people that tried to call them while they were unreachable or when their phones were switched off.


The service notifies a client the number of times each caller tried to reach him/her and at what time of the day.


The customer is also automatically notified about the availability of a number he/she previously tried to call which was unreachable.

A client is required to dial *160*12# to activate MTN WhoCalled. This service is available to all MTN customers.

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