KAMPALA: November 4, 2022 –Two hundred and thirty-two thousand (232,000) new broadband subscriptions were recorded between April-June 2022, bringing total broadband connections in Uganda to 23.7 million, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) market performance report indicates. In a year-on-year comparison, the 12 months ended June 2022 recorded 1.9 million new broadband subscriptions – an 8% year-on- year growth in broadband subscriptions, says the quarterly report. … Continue reading BROADBAND CONNECTIONS RISE TO 23.7M
4th NOVEMBER 2021 Kin is the Chief Executive Officer of Next Media Services, the holding company for NBS TV, Nile Post, Sanyuka TV, Next radio, Salam TV, Next Communication and Next Productions and a host of other companies as well as the sitting Board Chair of the National Association of Broadcasters and Soliton Telmec a leading telecommunication technology company in East Africa. Here Kin spares … Continue reading CONSUMER Q&A: 3 MINUTES WITH NEXT MEDIA’S KIN KARIISA￼
Uganda Communications Commission has granted conditional approval to Africell’s exit plan from Uganda, requiring that the outgoing service provider settle outstanding debts and liabilities and comply with data protection and privacy, environmental, and labour laws, among other conditions. Through multiple letters exchanged, especially in July and August 2021,UCC offered detailed guidance on how to manage the exit process. Africell made commitments to the Commission to … Continue reading UCC EXPLAINS CONDITIONS FOR AFRICELL EXIT
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) was established under Section 4 of the Uganda Communications Act 2013 to regulate the communications sector in Uganda. As part of the Commission’s effort to promote the interests of consumers and operators in regard to the quality of communications services and equipment, the Commission has developed a monitoring tool on the Quality of Service as received by a user of … Continue reading PUBLIC NOTICE: The Uganda Communications Commission introduces a Quality of Experience (QoE) Monitoring Tool – NETQ-UG
Police officers attached to the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) last week arrested a Ugandan woman who has been cited in several illegal radio frequency deals and installations across the country. The middle-aged suspect, whose name has not been disclosed for fear of jeopardising the ongoing investigations, is reported to be part of a big group of individuals who forge letters purportedly from UCC and defraud … Continue reading UCC ARRESTS RADIO INSTALLATION FRAUDSTER – part of a group of individuals who forge letters purportedly from UCC and defraud Ugandans by promising them radio frequencies.