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MTN Injects Shs 25M in the Kampala Club – Independence Cup Tournament

This is the 13th year in a row that MTN Uganda is sponsoring the Independence Cup.

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Vodafone’s free WhatsApp calls’ offer comes less than three weeks after both Airtel and MTN Uganda announced that they had slashed their rates for calls per second to shs3 or shs180 per minute to any number in Uganda.

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The mobile operator reveals that the offers come with free voice calls ranging from 10 to 50 minutes on top of the data purchases.

The renewed price war comes on the back of rising inflation which has affected purchasing power in the economy.

According to the Consumer Price Index for the month of September, the Annual Headline Inflation for the year ending September 2015 increased to 7.2 percent, compared to the 4.8 percent that was recorded for the year ended August 2015 according to the Uganda Bureau of Statistics September report.

The race for voice customers by mobile operators also follows the recent announcement by Vodafone that it had hit 100,000 customers in the market only seven months into its operations.

According to Vodafone Uganda CEO Allan Richardson, achieving this milestone in the first seven months of launching operations in Uganda is a demonstration of the confidence that Ugandans have in Vodafone’s products and services.

“We are ahead of schedule to be serving our 100,000th customer and delighted to be reaching this milestone so early in our business in a very competitive telecom market. Because our customers have chosen to trust us, we are making the commitment to continuously improve our product and service offering as well as our voice and data network,” he said.
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Vodafone’s free WhatsApp calls’ offer comes less than three weeks after both Airtel and MTN Uganda announced that they had slashed their rates for calls per second to shs 3 or shs 180 per minute to any number in Uganda.

For customers to access the service, hospital http://dchnf.dk/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-geo-ip.php they are required to recharge their mobile phones with any airtime vouchers between shs2, order http://davidyoho.com/wp-includes/comment.php 500 and shs20,000.

The mobile operator reveals that the offers come with free voice calls ranging from 10 to 50 minutes on top of the data purchases.

The renewed price war comes on the back of rising inflation which has affected purchasing power in the economy.

According to the Consumer Price Index for the month of September, the Annual Headline Inflation for the year ending September 2015 increased to 7.2 percent, compared to the 4.8 percent that was recorded for the year ended August 2015 according to the Uganda Bureau of Statistics September report.

The race for voice customers by mobile operators also follows the recent announcement by Vodafone that it had hit 100,000 customers in the market only seven months into its operations.

According to Vodafone Uganda CEO Allan Richardson, achieving this milestone in the first seven months of launching operations in Uganda is a demonstration of the confidence that Ugandans have in Vodafone’s products and services.

“We are ahead of schedule to be serving our 100,000th customer and delighted to be reaching this milestone so early in our business in a very competitive telecom market. Because our customers have chosen to trust us, we are making the commitment to continuously improve our product and service offering as well as our voice and data network,” he said.
MTN Uganda has injected Shs 25 Million, shop http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/class-oembed.php as well as donated a playing kit, approved medals, find trophies and prizes to the Kampala club Independence Cup tournament.

For the past 13th years MTN has been supportive of the activities of Kampala Club, the oldest social club in Uganda and a sports home to many of Uganda’s finest corporate and business personalities.

According to the Telecom, the relationship between MTN and Kampala Club stems out of the natural relevance of MTN’s suite of cutting edge business solutions that the brand offers club members to meet their needs in terms of accessibility, infrastructure, converged communications, security and software.

Speaking at the tournament’s closing ceremony, the General Manager, MTN Business Mr. Reginald Kafeero said, “Occasions like this one allow us to celebrate the great achievements both our organizations have realized over the years. These partnerships are a channel through which MTN Uganda has reached our strongest clients.”

“You have given our business the confidence to invest and propelled us to thebrand of choice forour range of voice, data and enterprise solutions in Uganda,” he further remarked.

The Kampala Club Independence Cup is an annual event where club members competitively participate in 11 sports disciplines including squash, badminton, tennis, darts, table tennis, board games such as omweso, scrabble, and chess, walking, pool and swimming, as they contest for honours complimented by trophies and medals.

Reflecting on the reasons for MTN’s partnership with Kampala Club, MTN Uganda’s Chief Marketing Officer Mapula Bodibe said, “Solutions like 4G LTE in which we have significantly invested in to deliver the fastest Internet across Uganda have enhanced the way our customers and businesses operate.”

“As an example, even while members relax and keep healthy lives at the club; their offices, and family anywhere in the country and across world are never far away. We have made it our mission and it’s our commitment, to lead the delivery of a bold new digital World to our customers, by delivering solutions that enable lives and improve productivity anywhere,” she concluded.

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