For last 18months, Africell have been engaged in a countrywide dig up, readying internet infrastructure for more demanding expectations by the increased number of data customers in different parts of Uganda.
Following the successful conclusion of Phase 1 of this upgrade, Africell Internet has seen a boost in the speeds not only in Kampala but also in different regions of the Country.
And in celebration of these developments, Africell has further introduced more exciting offers top of which are dedicated 4G Offers to serve the demands of 4G Customers in a campaign dubbed Crazy 4G.
Crazy 4G promises to deliver unique speeds targeted for people who are keen about upload and download quality – the people that own 4G smartphones and 4G devices.
‘’Crazy 4G is a first again in Uganda; we are the first and so far only brand with this prestigious offer. It says something about our muscle in the field of data quality. You will now enjoy your 4G device with full throttle speeds uploading and downloading in no time,’’ says Edgar Karamagi, the Africell Uganda Public Relations Officer.
‘’These bundles come at a competitive price, the cheapest actually; cheaper than our normal bundles, but also cheaper than any other bundles in Uganda. We have daily bundles, weekly and monthly so whatever your consumption rate, we have something for you.’’
Currently, 4G is available in Kampala, Mbale, Jinja, Mbarara, Arua, Masaka, Wakiso, Entebbe and further across.
For one to fully enjoy the Crazy 4G Bundles, they ought to have 4G Device or 4G Smartphone, and lock their connectivity to 4G.
The bundles can be purchased through:
Africell airtime using USSD code (*133*2#)
Africell shops country wide
‘’Once a 4G bundle is activated, you need to connect to 4G network to browse using the 4G bundles. When network connection is on on 3G or 2G, the 4G bundle will not work. However other data bundles will work. Please see that you have connected and locked to 4G in your network settings,’’ Edgar notes.
Africell continues to expound on the advantage here in Uganda, and that is internet quality. The next couple of months will see rollouts of even more exciting offers both for both internet customers and voice users.