Uganda Companies To Pay Over Dropped Calls


Mobile companies that send unsolicited messages and charge for dropped calls will face a penalty, according to executive director of the Communications Commission, Godfrey Mutabazi.
Photo: New Vision

Companies that charge for dropped calls will be fined.

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