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The new rate follows the provider’s ‘king of the bundles’ launch recently that offers the cheapest and most affordable voice and data rates for their customers.
The telecom company has strongly put emphasis on the need for affordable call rates enhancing communication and business.
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Africell Commercial Director Milad Khairallah notes that their offers will change the scope of mobile communications in Uganda.
“At Africell, we still consider our customers as our biggest asset and as such we will continue to give them the best and most affordable rates of any network. Our range of cheap services will continue to flow as we grow,” he said.
The half a shilling call rate is presently the cheapest call rate in the Uganda telecom industry considering that the other players’ rates are six times more at their average 3 shillings per second.
Officials said as a telecom, Africell endeavors to play their role in improving the economy especially in the agricultural and SME services industries where telephone services are crucial for sustainable development.
“We know people need easy access to telecommunications at an affordable rate to be able to transact business. That’s why we have the best rates and have the widest coverage. We believe in developing together with our customers,” said Milad.
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Bukenya clad in his business reflector jacket and in company of several dozen bodaboda cyclists vowed to thrash fellow contenders that include IHK boss Dr Ian Clerk.
“My sole aim of contesting in this race is to assure the country that bodaboda riders are competent and credible members of society as opposed to a bad image that they hold of us,” Bukenya told journalists at UMA Show Conference Hall in Lugogo.
“The bodaboda industry has for long been used by politicians to enrich their political and personal interests; now is the time that we also get direct representation on the floor of parliament.”
Bukenya noted, “Many people don’t respect bodaboda riders because they are not educated, but we are now disproving them. My academic papers have been verified without any hesitation.”
Bukenya promised to turn Makindye into a big business community through his well informed deliberations on the floor of parliament; and also lobby for more investment in the area.
Bukenya is a 29 year old student of Cavendish University pursuing a Diploma in Law.