Airtel Money users to benefit from Airtel Uganda – KCB bank partnership

Airtel Money users to benefit from Airtel Uganda-KCB partnership

Airtel Uganda customers to benefit from the telecommunication company’s merger with KCB Bank. Telecommunication company Airtel chose KCB Bank as its trust account holder for Airtel Money mobile financial services and is aimed at enabling the lender to receive even cheaper deposits. Due to this partnership, Airtel customers using mobile money will now be in position to attain unsecured mobile…

Airtel Uganda awaits go signal from government to start investing in treasury bills and bonds

Manoj Murali, the Managing Director, Airtel Uganda

Airtel Uganda is preparing to invest her customer’s savings in treasury bills and bonds run by the government. However,they require permission from the Bank of Uganda in order to push through with this as per the provisions of the National Payment Systems (NPS) Act which was passed in 2002. Basing on Manoj Murali, the Managing Director, Airtel Uganda, the telecommunication…

Airtel excited about winning the 2021 Fintech innovation award, Andrew Rugamba

Airtel excited about winning the 2021 Fintech innovation award, Andrew Rugamba

Airtel Uganda Money director Andrew Rugamba has said they are extremely excited about winning the 2021 Fintech innovation award. Basing on the award organiser, East African Comm, this award is usually given to companies to honour their products and for leading in the Financial Technically (FinTech) innovations in the region. Due to  the above critia, the  smartphone network landed herself…

MTN Set To Run To Court To Appeal Shs 50.7 Billion On License Ruling

wim vanhelleputte MTN Uganda CEO

Uganda’s leading telecommunication company MTN is set to appeal against the High Court’s decision where it was ordered to pay fees for a transitional license amounting to 14.14 million USD an equivalent of 50.7 billion shillings. High Court Judge Musa Ssekaana last week in his ruling said that there was no wrongness in UCC‘s decision to inflict transition fees based…