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Big 5: Huawei ready for change, More MTN Momo Nyabo Winners rewarded, Uganda’s 1st live Tier III data center

The MTN Momo Nyabo Toyota Wish cruisers to be won by lucky customers who send money at a half rate PHOTO: MTN

MTN Continues to reward its Momo Nyabo campaign winners

MTN Uganda has for all years since its launch in the country proved to be the biggest telco with a pile of subscribers to its Everywhere you Go network. Its to this point that the Yello camp always prefers to spoil subscribers with amazing deals and discounts off its data and voice offers not leaving out a series of give back promotions.

One of the most popular Mobile Money rewarding promotions the camp has ever compiled is the Momo Nyabo campaign that is running for its second round since 2018. The Mobile Money promotion was ushered in as a driver to the slashes OnNet sending fees and now a series of Winners have crusied away with brand new cars and motorbikes include the following awarded last week.

  • Akello Anna — Motorbike Winner
  • Golooba Moses _ Car Winner
  • Godfrey Otukene — Car Winner
  • Florence Nakanwagi — Car Winner

Huawei says Donald Trump’s promise wont have any heavy impacts

Before Huawei unveiled its inhouse custom Operating System branded as HongMeng, Google and More US tech companies had chose to break ties with the company over sanctions issued to the Chinese brand.
While Presdient Donald Trump recently inked a move to reinitieate Huawei back to the US, the Chinese company has called the promise as a no big change factor in their devlopment.

Huawei’s side was inked by its Chairman Liang Hua, who said that the lifting of Huawei’s ban from the US would help the company but would not have such a big impact given the fact that the country is already progressing to its next higher highs.

So far we haven’t seen any tangible change

Liang

“We’re not saying that just because things have relaxed a little, we’re fine with being on the blacklist,” he said. “Actually, we believe our listing on the blacklist should be lifted completely.”

NITA Uganda unveils Uganda’s 1st Live Tier III Data Center

After a long hold from Raxio’s announcmene to build the 1st Tier III data center in Uganda, NITA Uganda over the weekend awakened from its nAtional backbone extensions to an official unveiling of its live data center located in Jinja.

The Data center was launched by HE the Presdient of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni with full reducanct links availaing hosted Government services to the public. During the luanch, the Presidnet inked the new data center as a center of excellence for Ugandan Innovators and IT based services.

Infinix Mobile launches its Note 6 Smartphone in Uganda

Think of the Note 6 as a brillinat Systlus pen powered Smartphone borrowing the propularity streak of the Infinix Note 5 and Note 4 pro in an Android 9 populated year. Infinix Mobile unveiled the Smartphone on Monday and a brand new unit costs betweet UGX 749,000 and UGX 750,000 at all authorised outlets.

Facebook fined with $5bn over data privacy

Remember the Cambridge Analytica data scandal? Facebook was reportedly granting 3rd party providers access to user data and the US court has issued a $5bn penalty to the social media giant over the found guilty scandal.

However, does this put an end to low data privacy on all Facebook owned platforms? Its a goal that will be soon decided to since the blue coated company now aims at strengthening all user data and privacy after the levied fine is cleared to the authorities.

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