Uganda Postpones Switching Off Fake Phones to 2013
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has postponed the switching off of fake phones by another seven months to July 2013 in order to give the commission enough time to sensitise the public and businessmen on features of fake phones.
Independent (Kampala), 1 November 2012
Uganda Communications Commission has changed its earlier programme of switching off fake phone handsets to next year from the initial set date of November 2. Read more »
Communication Commission of Uganda has postponed switching off of fake phones to next year.
New Vision, 31 October 2012
Anyone with a counterfeit phone has until July 1, 2013 to dispose of it, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has said. Read more »
Observer, 30 October 2012
The government, through the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), ordered the registration of all sim cards in the country. Read more »
New Vision, 25 October 2012
MOBILE phone vendors are willing to subsidise the price of handsets to support attempts to clean the market of counterfeit devices. Read more »
New Vision, 6 October 2012
Mobile phone dealers are already feeling the pinch following the Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) announcement that counterfeit gadgets will be switched off at the end of… Read more »