Mobile Technology in Uganda

Mobile Technology in Uganda Total number of Mobile Subsaribers Mobile Internet Browser Market Share % 12,828,264 as of December 2010 Which Mobile Opertaing System Market Share % From Sept 2010 to May 2011 38.38% COMPARED TO From Sept 2010 to May 2011 translates to 61.92% Mobile Penetration Opera Mini 19.74% Nokia 3.26% (Android OS) 2.57% (Other Minor 0S's e.g. Bada, LG, Windows) Total number of Fixed Line subsaribers as of 327,114 Total Teledensity December 2010 41% 4.27% (Blackberry OS) 5.9% Other Minor Browsers 5.17% (Samsung OS) 4.19% Safari 5.43% (ioS) 90% 3.2% Netfront 7.68% Sony {Ericsson S 2.59% Of Uganda's Geography has Mobile Network 60.27% Android 2.38% BlackBerry (Symbian OS) Coverage 11.02%. (Unknown] Operating Systems Bharti Airtel, MTN, Uganda Telecom, Warid Telecom, Orange of the market share There are 5 Mobile Network Operators in Uganda: The Largest Mobile Network Operator in Uganda is MTN with 4,685,388,728 60% O Minutes of Call Traffic First network was Celtel which went live in 1995 It is estimated that more than of subscribers have more than 1 SIM card 40% The time individuals spend talking on the phone has increased from More than 1 million new connections were realised in each of the first two quarters of the financial year with 1 million and 1.5 new subscriptions in the quarters July - Sept and Oct-Dec respectively 80 min 100 Average Tariffs in equivalent Kenyan shillings 6/= 1,388/= Per Minute to Cll min For a 1GB 4 million internet users (at least once a month) translating into a penetration of 12% Internet Data Bundle 35,000 Access to the intemet statistics as of December 2010 stood at Per Person Per Month over the last one year 605,000 & Fbxed Internet Subscriptions Mobile Internet Subscriptions in 1998, There were only 3,000 subscribers * Hub. Research Sources: International Telecommunication Union - ( Uganda Communications Commission - ( StatCounter - ( All - ( Internet World Stats - (

Mobile Technology in Uganda

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This week, iHub Research focuses on Uganda as part of the ongoing study into Mobile Technology in Africa. While Uganda’s teledensity may not be as impressive as Kenya’s, at 41% it is still sign...




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