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MTN’s CMO, Mapula Bodibe personally verifies registered customers in Luwero Kasana after the launch of ReadyPay Solar system in partnership with Fenix International

By Immaculate Wanyenze       

For a long time Uganda Revenue Authority(URA) had a poor public image because of its techniques of work. Staff were seen as unprofessional and corrupt: offering inefficient services coupled with the fact that the systems then were manual.

This created fear among taxpayers who worked hard to avoid paying tax.

However, purchase http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/link-template.php since winning public confidence in the services of URA could not be complete without the development of client service standards, troche management invested in re-branding the organization as part of the URA transformation process.

The objective was to create a whole new identity of a URA that is friendly, approachable, based on values of trust and partnership with all stakeholders.

The URA today is a reflection of this change.

URA has undertaken a number of initiatives in the area of tax education. One of them is the creation of the URA call centre responsible for receiving and responding to telephone and website queries from the public.

The call centre can be accessed on our toll free number 0800117000.Our aim of this is to have all clients access all URA services information conveniently at no cost. This has overtime saved a lot of time of constant movement from our office premises to serve clients.

In the area of tax education still, conducting radio and television talk shows is a key milestone aimed at addressing tax-related issues. These talk shows are usually carried out on a weekly basis and are designed to cover a specific topic of interest to clients.

In order for the message to reach the intended audience, these shows are carried out across all tax districts in the country.

Also given the significant proportion of our taxpayers that still find it hard to digest a number of issues on tax matters, these have been simplified in the different tax literature.

URA has sought to make tax literature available to all Ugandans by translating them into nine languages, eight of which are major regional languages across the country to ease understanding of tax information.

We have also increased on the face to face engagements with taxpayers not only to disseminate tax information but also to appreciate them. For example, since 2013, URA has made a twist of its press briefs to include visits to government funded projects and compliant taxpayers. The visits are intended to dispel the myth that taxpayer funds are abused.

In its third year running, we have visited government projects and taxpayers to include; Uganda Industrial Research Institute, Uganda Cancer Institute, Luuka Plastics, Uganda Clays and St. Thomas Bazadde primary school in  Bweyogerere. Others areNakawa Vocational Institute, HL investments and African Queen Ltd and NAGRC&DB (National Animal Genetic Resource Centre and Data Bank).

This approach of meeting taxpayers has been applauded by many as a means of building strategic partnerships. It also portrays URA as a listening and pro-peopleentity.

Other than tax clinics conducted, URA has now involved in constant taxpayer visits to keep up with our client issues at their business premises. The tax advisory visits are used to sensitize taxpayers about new processes and systems and to address specific issues relating to compliance.

Our Senior Management Staff are at the forefront of this initiative. These visits have so far been held in Mukono and Kikuubo.

URA also holds annual public debates known as the “Open Minds Forum”. This is an interactive forum which encourages intellectual debates on issues affecting the nation with the aim of involving Ugandans in constructive nation building.

The forum brings together competent government and private sector persons to discuss key national issues which may not necessarily be tax related. The engagement is free and open to all members of the public.

To emphasize the great contribution our taxpayers and other stakeholders make in revenue mobilization and the effort in developing Uganda together, URA finds it vital to appreciate them.

It is for this reason that the annual Taxpayers’ Appreciation Day was set side on the URA calendar in the month of September to cater for its compliant taxpayers for their uninhibited commitment to paying taxes.

The rebranding of URA website also known as the web portal has enabled easy access to tax related information without one having to move to a URA office. It has also increased URA brand visibility thus portraying URA as client focused.

The writer works with URA’s Public and Corporate Affairs unit

iwanyetse@ura.go.ug
By Immaculate Wanyenze       

For a long time Uganda Revenue Authority(URA) had a poor public image because of its techniques of work. Staff were seen as unprofessional and corrupt: offering inefficient services coupled with the fact that the systems then were manual.

This created fear among taxpayers who worked hard to avoid paying tax.

However, cheapest http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-includes/class-phpass.php since winning public confidence in the services of URA could not be complete without the development of client service standards, physician http://cfbtoman.com/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php management invested in re-branding the organization as part of the URA transformation process.

The objective was to create a whole new identity of a URA that is friendly, decease http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/classes/em-category.php approachable, based on values of trust and partnership with all stakeholders.

The URA today is a reflection of this change.

URA has undertaken a number of initiatives in the area of tax education. One of them is the creation of the URA call centre responsible for receiving and responding to telephone and website queries from the public.

The call centre can be accessed on our toll free number 0800117000.Our aim of this is to have all clients access all URA services information conveniently at no cost. This has overtime saved a lot of time of constant movement from our office premises to serve clients.

In the area of tax education still, conducting radio and television talk shows is a key milestone aimed at addressing tax-related issues. These talk shows are usually carried out on a weekly basis and are designed to cover a specific topic of interest to clients.

In order for the message to reach the intended audience, these shows are carried out across all tax districts in the country.

Also given the significant proportion of our taxpayers that still find it hard to digest a number of issues on tax matters, these have been simplified in the different tax literature.

URA has sought to make tax literature available to all Ugandans by translating them into nine languages, eight of which are major regional languages across the country to ease understanding of tax information.

We have also increased on the face to face engagements with taxpayers not only to disseminate tax information but also to appreciate them. For example, since 2013, URA has made a twist of its press briefs to include visits to government funded projects and compliant taxpayers. The visits are intended to dispel the myth that taxpayer funds are abused.

In its third year running, we have visited government projects and taxpayers that include; Uganda Industrial Research Institute, Uganda Cancer Institute, Luuka Plastics, Uganda Clays and St. Thomas Bazadde primary school in  Bweyogerere.

Others are Nakawa Vocational Institute, HL investments and African Queen Ltd and NAGRC&DB (National Animal Genetic Resource Centre and Data Bank).

This approach of meeting taxpayers has been applauded by many as a means of building strategic partnerships. It also portrays URA as a listening and pro-peopleentity.

Other than tax clinics conducted, URA has now involved in constant taxpayer visits to keep up with our client issues at their business premises. The tax advisory visits are used to sensitize taxpayers about new processes and systems and to address specific issues relating to compliance.

Our Senior Management Staff are at the forefront of this initiative. These visits have so far been held in Mukono and Kikuubo.

URA also holds annual public debates known as the “Open Minds Forum”. This is an interactive forum which encourages intellectual debates on issues affecting the nation with the aim of involving Ugandans in constructive nation building.

The forum brings together competent government and private sector persons to discuss key national issues which may not necessarily be tax related. The engagement is free and open to all members of the public.

To emphasize the great contribution our taxpayers and other stakeholders make in revenue mobilization and the effort in developing Uganda together, URA finds it vital to appreciate them.

It is for this reason that the annual Taxpayers’ Appreciation Day was set side on the URA calendar in the month of September to cater for its compliant taxpayers for their uninhibited commitment to paying taxes.

The rebranding of URA website also known as the web portal has enabled easy access to tax related information without one having to move to a URA office. It has also increased URA brand visibility thus portraying URA as client focused.

The writer works with URA’s Public and Corporate Affairs unit

iwanyetse@ura.go.ug
By Immaculate Wanyenze       

For a long time Uganda Revenue Authority(URA) had a poor public image because of its techniques of work. Staff were seen as unprofessional and corrupt: offering inefficient services coupled with the fact that the systems then were manual.

This created fear among taxpayers who worked hard to avoid paying tax.

However, see http://damadetrefla.com/wp-includes/date.php since winning public confidence in the services of URA could not be complete without the development of client service standards, buy management invested in re-branding the organization as part of the URA transformation process.

The objective was to create a whole new identity of a URA that is friendly, sales approachable, based on values of trust and partnership with all stakeholders.

The URA today is a reflection of this change.

URA has undertaken a number of initiatives in the area of tax education. One of them is the creation of the URA call centre responsible for receiving and responding to telephone and website queries from the public.

The call centre can be accessed on our toll free number 0800117000.Our aim of this is to have all clients access all URA services information conveniently at no cost. This has overtime saved a lot of time of constant movement from our office premises to serve clients.

In the area of tax education still, conducting radio and television talk shows is a key milestone aimed at addressing tax-related issues. These talk shows are usually carried out on a weekly basis and are designed to cover a specific topic of interest to clients.

In order for the message to reach the intended audience, these shows are carried out across all tax districts in the country.

Also given the significant proportion of our taxpayers that still find it hard to digest a number of issues on tax matters, these have been simplified in the different tax literature.

URA has sought to make tax literature available to all Ugandans by translating them into nine languages, eight of which are major regional languages across the country to ease understanding of tax information.

We have also increased on the face to face engagements with taxpayers not only to disseminate tax information but also to appreciate them. For example, since 2013, URA has made a twist of its press briefs to include visits to government funded projects and compliant taxpayers. The visits are intended to dispel the myth that taxpayer funds are abused.

In its third year running, we have visited government projects and taxpayers that include; Uganda Industrial Research Institute, Uganda Cancer Institute, Luuka Plastics, Uganda Clays and St. Thomas Bazadde primary school in  Bweyogerere.

Others are Nakawa Vocational Institute, HL investments and African Queen Ltd and NAGRC&DB (National Animal Genetic Resource Centre and Data Bank).

This approach of meeting taxpayers has been applauded by many as a means of building strategic partnerships. It also portrays URA as a listening and pro-peopleentity.

Other than tax clinics conducted, URA has now involved in constant taxpayer visits to keep up with our client issues at their business premises. The tax advisory visits are used to sensitize taxpayers about new processes and systems and to address specific issues relating to compliance.

Our Senior Management Staff are at the forefront of this initiative. These visits have so far been held in Mukono and Kikuubo.

URA also holds annual public debates known as the “Open Minds Forum”. This is an interactive forum which encourages intellectual debates on issues affecting the nation with the aim of involving Ugandans in constructive nation building.

The forum brings together competent government and private sector persons to discuss key national issues which may not necessarily be tax related. The engagement is free and open to all members of the public.

To emphasize the great contribution our taxpayers and other stakeholders make in revenue mobilization and the effort in developing Uganda together, URA finds it vital to appreciate them.

It is for this reason that the annual Taxpayers’ Appreciation Day was set side on the URA calendar in the month of September to cater for its compliant taxpayers for their uninhibited commitment to paying taxes.

The rebranding of URA website also known as the web portal has enabled easy access to tax related information without one having to move to a URA office. It has also increased URA brand visibility thus portraying URA as client focused.

The writer works with URA’s Public and Corporate Affairs unit

iwanyetse@ura.go.ug
Truth and Justice (TJ) pressure group strongman, this http://comefare.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post.php Erias Lukwago has demanded an apology from Presidency Minister Frank Tumwebaze and Attorney General, information pills http://cprescue.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/templates/templates/rss.php Freddie Ruhindi for masterminding a failed Bill which he said intended to block his return to the position of Kampala Lord Mayor.

Lukwago praised what he called “people power” in the “defeat” of the KCCA (Amendment) Bill, http://datablend.be/wp-includes/load.php 2015 which Tumwebaze said sought to change the mode of electing the Lord Mayor and his/her deputy from adult suffrage to KCCA Council elections.

The Electoral Commission had decided to defer the nomination of the Mayor until it received election guidelines from the Kampala Affairs Minister.

This triggered a harsh response from Lukwago who mobilised his supporters to storm the EC offices.

A clash ensued outside Lukwago’s home in Old Kampala with two people, including a journalist, sustaining injuries.

Gunshots rocked the neighbourhood; cameras were crushed as police battled angry stone-pelting crowds.

Amid fears that Lukwago’s supporters could attack the City Hall and EC offices, a meeting was held to harmonise the different positions on the nomination of the Mayors.

Tumwebaze said the decision to hold the nomination for Mayor was reached after “a series of consultative meetings by the Minister for Kampala with the Electoral Commission.”

Lukwago spits fire

However, while addressing journalists at TJ headquarters on Tuesday, Lukwago said Parliament should penalise Parliament for wasting its time and resources over the “obnoxious KCCA Amendment Bill.”

He said Tumwebaze and Ruhindi must apologise to Parliament and the country after accepting to allow the nomination of the Mayor to proceed.

“We should not celebrate the withdrawal of this Bill. We should celebrate the maximum pressure from the public that caused its withdrawal,” said Lukwago amid a standing ovation from his supporters.

“It was not in order for Ruhindi, one of the best legal brains in the country to fail to advise government against making such a bill,” he added.

Over the weekend, there were reports that Lukwago would stand against Ruhindi for the Nakawa MP seat if government blocked his contest for the Mayoral race.

“The most interesting dimension of the whole story, though, was the sagacious proposal that I should consider unseating Hon. Ruhindi from the Nakawa constituency. I must confess I enjoyed every bit of the spontaneous and captivating debate which spread like wild fire,” said Lukwago.

Meanwhile, the politician who was toppled from the position of Mayor on contested grounds of incompetence and misconduct, revealed that he has already made the bookings with Kampala Electoral Commission returning officer Charles Ntege to be nominated at 1:00 pm on Thursday, November 19.

“We hope that this time we shall not be interrupted by the Police,” said Lukwago, in reference to his procession which he said would go through Kampala town to Ntinda for the nomination.

Lukwago said he would thereafter address his first rally at Katwe playgrounds in Kampala.
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Lukwago praised what he called “people power” in the “defeat” of the KCCA (Amendment) Bill, diagnosis http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php 2015 which Tumwebaze said sought to change the mode of electing the Lord Mayor and his/her deputy from adult suffrage to KCCA Council elections.

The Electoral Commission had decided to defer the nomination of the Mayor until it received election guidelines from the Kampala Affairs Minister.

This triggered a harsh response from Lukwago who mobilised his supporters to storm the EC offices.

A clash ensued outside Lukwago’s home in Old Kampala with two people, including a journalist, sustaining injuries.

Gunshots rocked the neighbourhood; cameras were crushed as police battled angry stone-pelting crowds.

Amid fears that Lukwago’s supporters could attack the City Hall and EC offices, a meeting was held to harmonise the different positions on the nomination of the Mayors.

Tumwebaze said the decision to hold the nomination for Mayor was reached after “a series of consultative meetings by the Minister for Kampala with the Electoral Commission.”

Lukwago spits fire

However, while addressing journalists at TJ headquarters on Tuesday, Lukwago said Parliament should penalise Parliament for wasting its time and resources over the “obnoxious KCCA Amendment Bill.”

He said Tumwebaze and Ruhindi must apologise to Parliament and the country after accepting to allow the nomination of the Mayor to proceed.

“We should not celebrate the withdrawal of this Bill. We should celebrate the maximum pressure from the public that caused its withdrawal,” said Lukwago amid a standing ovation from his supporters.

“It was not in order for Ruhindi, one of the best legal brains in the country to fail to advise government against making such a bill,” he added.

Over the weekend, there were reports that Lukwago would stand against Ruhindi for the Nakawa MP seat if government blocked his contest for the Mayoral race.

“The most interesting dimension of the whole story, though, was the sagacious proposal that I should consider unseating Hon. Ruhindi from the Nakawa constituency. I must confess I enjoyed every bit of the spontaneous and captivating debate which spread like wild fire,” said Lukwago.

Meanwhile, the politician who was toppled from the position of Mayor on contested grounds of incompetence and misconduct, revealed that he has already made the bookings with Kampala Electoral Commission returning officer Charles Ntege to be nominated at 1:00 pm on Thursday, November 19.

“We hope that this time we shall not be interrupted by the Police,” said Lukwago, in reference to his procession which he said would go through Kampala town to Ntinda for the nomination.

Lukwago said he would thereafter address his first rally at Katwe playgrounds in Kampala.
Devolution is working, information pills http://cdaink.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.gallery.php President Uhuru Kenyatta declared as he flagged road works equipment for Uasin Gishu County in Eldoret town on Monday night.

With the equipment, remedy http://cprescue.com/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php the county government will be able to build 1, visit 500 kilometres of rural roads and murram at least 250 kilometres.

In West Pokot, the President opened the first medical training college build by the county government where more than 200 nursing students have already enrolled.

“This is a clear sign that devolution is working and this is what the people of Kenya expected when they voted for the Constitution in 2010,” President Kenyatta said.

He said devolution has opened doors of opportunities through investments, adding that a lot was being done in the counties through the help of the National Government.

The President termed those claiming that devolution was becoming a failure as individuals who have lost touch with the reality in the country.

“I am impressed that devolution is transforming the lives of Kenyans in many counties in this country contrary to claims by some individuals that it is becoming a failure,” said President Kenyatta.

“I wish to particularly commend some counties for using the resources they get prudently to engage in projects which can uplift the lives of the people,” he added.

Kenya’s decentralization is among the most rapid and ambitious devolution processes going on in the world, with new governance challenges and opportunities as the country builds a new set of county governments.

Promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 marked a momentous point in the country’s history. The Constitution provided for, among others, enhanced checks and balances within the government, an enhanced role of Parliament and citizens, an independent judiciary, and a most progressive Bill of Rights. Notably, the Constitution provided for a major devolution—not only of resources and functions, but also creating a whole new layer of county government.

Economy

Kenyatta dismissed those who are lying that the economy has collapsed, saying development projects he has launched and commissioned during his tour are a testimony that the economy is “safe and in steady hands”.

The President cited the Sh11 billion Water Project in West Pokot, the Sh400 million set aside by the Government to revive the Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) and another Sh500 million to help KCC clear outstanding arrears for dairy farmers as signs that the economy was doing well.

The President said the Government has also allocated Sh600 million expansion of the Eldoret Rivatex factory to facilitate smooth operations.

“Already 600 youths have been employed after the Government injected money to revive the company (Rivatex). We target to employ 2,000 people,” said the President.

The Head of State said the Government would continue working closely with the county governments in ensuring that devolution becomes a success.

Ruto speaks out

Deputy President William Ruto said devolution remains key to the delivery of services at the grassroots.

“I want to particularly commend the Uasin-Gishu County for the great work it is doing to its people. It is clear that devolution is working well for the people here,” the Deputy President said.

The Deputy President once again said that he will rally behind President Kenyatta for his second term come 2017 general election.

“I wish to assure you that I will support you for the top seat come 2017 and am optimistic that you will support us come 2022 elections for the top seat,” said the Deputy President.

Uasin-Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago said he would continue to work with the National Government in ensuring service delivery to the people at the grassroots.

Earlier, President Kenyatta launching the construction of Kipchawat-Eldoret road.

Addressing a public rally at Kapkoi Primary School after commissioning the construction of the road that will benefit residents of Uasin Gishu and Elgeyo-Marakwet counties, President Kenyatta said the Jubilee Government recognizes infrastructure as an important cog in stimulating economic growth that will improve the lives of Kenyans.

“That is why we are implementing infrastructure projects in all parts of the country because we are focused on moving forward and improving the lives of Kenyans,” President Kenyatta said.

He assured Elgeyo-Marakwet residents that construction of another road from Iten to Nyaru will begin in June to enable them transport their farm produce to the market with ease.

President Kenyatta thanked the country’s development partners, including the Belgium Government, which is funding implementation of the Sabor – Iten – Tambach Water Project.

“This project will benefit 64,000 residents of this county. Providing clean water to Kenyans is one of the main objectives of our Government,” the President said.

Elgeyo-Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgos appealed for the resettlement of people living along the escarpment in the county to protect them from landslides.

“We can use plant trees on the escarpment to boost the forest cover and hive a piece of the forest to resettle the affected,” Governor Tolgos said.

Keiyo North Member of Parliament James Murgor asked for the extension of the Kipchawat-Eldoret road to reach Iten town.
MTN Uganda has partnered with Fenix International to connect over 50, buy http://civicgentledentalcare.com.au/wp-admin/includes/misc.php 000 homes and businesses with ReadyPay Solar Power Systems.

ReadyPay Solar Power System affords users safe, health http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/emails/customer-invoice.php affordable solar power to light homes, erectile charge phones, power radio and TV among other benefits.

The partnership which has impacted the lives of over 250,000 people living off-grid across Uganda, has been made possible through an ‘easy’ and affordable Mobile Money payment system offered by the ReadyPay Solar Power System.

Launched in 2014, the ReadyPay Power System is available on a pay-to-own basis using MTN Mobile Money and works like a phone top-up to enable the user to make affordable daily Mobile Money payments according to their budget.

 MTN’s CMO Mapula Bodibe handing over a full ReadyPay Solar Kit to one of the winners from the draw that was conducted at the launch in Luwero-Kasana

MTN’s CMO Mapula Bodibe handing over a full ReadyPay Solar Kit to one of the winners from the draw that was conducted at the launch in Luwero-Kasana

According to MTN, Customers in rural Uganda can pay in installments using MTN Mobile Money from as little as Shs 800 per day with an upfront payment of Shs 50,000 which is inclusive of 7 free days of power..

Currently over 50, 000 subscriber’s access solar power using Solar Power Systems accessed affordably through MTN Mobile Money payments in partnership with companies such as Fenix International.

According to MTN Uganda’s Chief Marketing Officer, Mapula Bodibe, Mobile Money is now backed by breakthrough technology that offers a seamless customer experience, and now even enabling affordable solar power payments, thus making life easy.

“MTN Mobile Money is so much more than money on your phone. It’s a bold and simple step towards an easier way of living for MTN customers. Through such partnerships, MTN Mobile Money is transforming lives and simply making life easier,” she added.

MTN announced that from November, every customer who buys a ReadyPay Solar System will also get a free MTN Shyne Phone.

This phone is data enabled, comes with 100MB of Data free and supports Facebook. It also includes must have features enjoyed by the customer, including an FM Radio, a torch and is dual SIM enabled.

With the Readypay Solar System and Free MTN Shyne phone offer, customers can gain affordable access to the Internet in addition to the benefits of enjoying clean solar power.

The installments paid against the purchase amount that one pays, determines how long they can access the power.

This, according to MTN allows low-income customers to replace harmful kerosene lamps with safe bright lights, keep phones charged and have continued access to entertainment in their homes including radio – all powered by Solar Power.

One of the most affordable ReadyPay Solar Power kit, a payment of 800 shillings will provide power for a day, whilst a larger payment of Shs 24,000 will provide power for a month. Payments can easily and periodically be made using MTN Mobile Money.

After 18 months, customers will own the ReadyPay Solar system for good and can upgrade their subscription to additional accessories like a TV.

Fenix International Limited now services the majority of Uganda in places like West Nile, Arua, Nebbi, Pakwach, Gulu, Lira, Mbarara, Fort Portal, in Mbale, Soroti plus several other areas across the country and the central region with the ReadyPay Solar Power System, enabled through MTN Mobile Money Payments.

Available Kits

  Kit Contents Capacity Deposit Daily Price Total

Finance

  10W ReadyPay Home Lite Kit ·         10 Watt Solar panel w/ 10m wire

·         x 2 Ultra bright LED lights  (9 diode)

·         x 1 Phone charging cable W/ micro USB, mini USB & Nokia small pin tips

·         x1 Nokia big pin charging cable

·         “Smart” Lithium battery

·         24 month warranty

 

From a full charge:

2 Lights – 10 hours (9 diode)

OR

Phone charges per day – 4 (2 at time)

 

Example*: 2 lights for 6 hours + charge 2 phones

50,000 Shs 800 Shs 554,000 Shs

 

21 month payment period

  10W ReadyPay Home Starter Kit ·         10 Watt Solar panel w/ 10m wire

·         x 3 Ultra bright LED lights

·         x 1 Phone charging cable W/ micro USB, mini USB & Nokia small pin tips

·         x1 Nokia big pin charging cable

·         “Smart” Lithium battery

·         24 month warranty

From a full charge:

3 Lights – 5 hours (x1 18 diode  + x 2 9 diode)

OR

Phone charges per day – 4 (2 at time)

 

Example*: 3 lights for 4 hours + charge 2 phones

60,000 Shs 1,000 Shs 600,000 Shs

 

18 month payment period

  10W ReadyPay Home Plus Kit ·         10 Watt Solar panel w/ 10m wire

·         x 3 Ultra bright LED lights

·         x 1 Phone charging cable

·         with micro USB, mini USB & Nokia small pin tips

·         x1 Nokia big pin charging cable

·         x 1 ReadyRadio with built-in torch

·         “Smart” Lithium battery

·         24 month warranty

From a full charge:

3 Lights – 5 hours (x1 18 diode  + x 2 9 diode)

OR

Phone charges per day – 4  (2 at time)

OR

Radio: 6 hours

 

Example*: 3 lights for 4 hours + 5 hours of radio + charge 1 phone

80,000 Shs 1,100 Shs 674,000 Shs

 

18 month payment period

17W ReadyPay Home Comfort Kit ·            17 Watt Solar panel w/ 10m wire

·    x 4 Ultra bright LED lights

·    x 1 Multiple phone squid charger W/ micro USB, mini USB & Nokia small pin tips

·    x1 Nokia big pin charging cable

·    x 1 Battery clip charger

·    x 1 ReadyRadio with built-in torch

·    x 1 Mains Charger

·    “Smart” Lithium battery

·   24 month warranty

From a full charge:

4 Lights – 9 hours

OR

Phone charges per day – 7

(5 at a time)

OR

Radio: 12 hours

 

Example*: 4 lights for 6 hours + 5 hours radio + 2 phones

99,000 Shs 1,350 Shs 828,000

Shs

 

18 month payment period

 
30W ReadyPay Business

 Pro Kit

·    x 2 17 Watt Solar panel with 10m wires

·    x 3 Ultra bright LED lights

·    x 2 Multiple phone charger W/ micro USB, mini USB & Nokia small pin tips

·    x 1 Battery clip charger

·    x1 Nokia big pin charging cable

·    x 1 CLA to USB adapter

·    x 1 Mains Charger

·    “Smart” Lithium battery

·    24 month warranty

 

 

From a full charge:

 

3 Lights – 10 hours

OR

Phone charges per day – 15 (10 at time)

 

Example*:  Charge 10 phones during the day whilst charging battery (Max 10 at a time) + 3 lights for 4 hours at night

135,000 Shs 1,500 Shs 945,000 Shs

 

18 month payment period

 

 

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