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Some pictures of broken MTN sim cards have also been posted on Facebook, signifying the swelling outrage among its customers.
Efforts to reach MTN’s Corporate Affairs Manager, Justina Ntabgoba-Kayemba were futile.
She was yet to respond to our email by the time we posted this story.
The network has reportedly been on and off for almost a week.
Chimpreports today afternoon sought its readers’ reactions to situation.
We posed a question: “Are you an MTN subscriber? How have you been inconvenienced by its poor network? Tell us how you feel and what needs to be done.”
Daniel Nsiimenta Omusisa Ogwkirize: Yes the network is too bad.
Belinda Everbussie: You don’t need to ask the question, these people (MTN) are just used to us which is why they are behaving the way they want. I am so angry at them.
Leonard Odoi Kudini: I have been inconvenienced so many times. MTN should prioritize the low income customers as well because they are the majority.
Stephen Ekoom: They should fix the problem and get out of Uganda.
Sheenah Namara Poshlyn: I can assure you that I am almost quitting that stupid network. What is wrong with their internet?
Danny Propolis Ika: My only problem so far is that whenever I load airtime it gets finished in a very short time as if it evaporates.
Akalya Mukasa Amagwa: I am even crying because of this poor network.