September 19, 2021

19 thoughts on “Internet Providers in Kampala | MOVING TO AFRICA SERIES | Ugandan YouTuber

  1. If am conservative with the exchange rate, that means Ugandan internet is way more expensive that Canadian internet. So in my household we pay shaw internet unlimited at 85 Cad dollar per month very good and very fast too. ..there are cheaper options than that too…, but to think that Ugandan internet is 300 Cad dollars is so crazy a price for a developing country…πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„. Can't wrap my head around it though.

  2. Yeah liquid telecom is only in these MDUs for their fibre I thought they would be an alternative to zuku for a wider reach – I don't quite know if their wireless would work well for home wifi – I guess we will have to wait and see next time I am over. There's an investment I am looking to start that rides on reliable wifi availability throughout kampala at least

  3. 4:19 wait what? this is actually really good. I know my koodo plan is grandfathered in and I pay about 70$ for 5GB and coast to coast ultd talk and text with global texting. very rare that I run out of data as there is wifi at home and the office but still 10GB for under $20!! now does that include talk and text? Nevertheless this is very informative – my pple don't help me much when it comes to navigating things when I am over or I don't understand what they be explaining to me about all sorts of deals like # this and * that to get good deals on data. I just want a straight pricing…..airtel is even better…i know i use airtel when i was last over but it seemed like I was always buying data like every other day – perhaps because I was depending on only that for internet

  4. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ The rant about service providers who do not display their prices and want you to call them or inbox them "for more details!" That always makes me want to pull my hair out! So UG!

  5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ β€œyou goin to hear ma accent, yo goin to charge me more” πŸ˜‚that right there is a good description of a typical Ugandan business community.

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