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Airtel Uganda has announced the availability of countrywide 4G LTE connectivity following complete modernization of their network.
Upon this investment, Airtel currently boasts of 1,632 sites and over 3,900 kilometers of fiber across Uganda covering 95.9% population, making it possible for subscribers around the country to enjoy an improved experience in internet based activities. This encompasses video conferencing, video calling, video streaming, gaming services and mobile internet access.
Addressing media and various stakeholders at the launch held at Kampala Serena Hotel on Wednesday, Airtel Uganda Managing Director Mr. V.G. Somasekhar expressed excitement about this milestone and reaffirmed their commitment to continue improving their network.
“Not very long ago, we celebrated countrywide 3G connectivity and promised our subscribers and all Ugandans that we will not stop investing in our network to ensure that they have fast and reliable access regardless of their location,” Somasekhar stated, adding; “To fulfil that promise, there were a number of steps that we had to go through; including the launch of new masts, upgrading of old masts, testing and many other technical processes. I am glad that today, we have fully fulfilled that promise.”
Commenting about this milestone, the First Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Leader of Government Business in Parliament General Moses Ali said; “The government recently passed the Broadband Policy, which is a major step towards the social and economic development of this country. As per the policy guidelines, the mandate of telecom companies is to provide a high-speed, reliable and universal internet connectivity. I applaud Airtel Uganda for taking the lead in this initiative.”
“In order to transform the Ugandan society, we are ready to collaborate with the private sector. Organisations like Airtel Uganda are playing an important role in boosting trade and business and contributing to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Vision 2040,” he added.