Smile Communications, the internet service provider (ISP) providing mobile 4G-LTE in Uganda, has today unveiled its Super-Sized and Super Layisi data bundles. After a lot of complaints from its clientele, the telecom company has come up with new simpler, easier to choose, and higher-value bundles for SuperFast internet.
Starting, 1st July 2020, Smile customers will get to enjoy a new range of data bundles that the Telecom Company has unveiled for them to use dubbed SuperSized and SuperLayisi to best suit the specific internet needs of consumers in Uganda.
Customers will now be in a position to select data bundles based on how long they want to be online. The Validity of the bundles ranges from Daily, Weekly, or Monthly. You can also select based on how much data you need (Data Volume: from 400MB to 100GB). And users should also note that Daily, Weekly, Monthly bundles have a speed of up to 21Mbps.
The telecommunications company announced its new packages via Twitter today, informing its customers about new, simpler and higher value data bundles for SuperFast internet.
We have heard your call for simpler and higher value data bundles for SuperFast internet. Today we introduce you to our new range of bundles that offers MoreValue and is MoreAffordable than before. Visit https://t.co/06eFdgEZq6 to recharge. Call/WhatsApp 072100100 for assistance. pic.twitter.com/mCxAxyMdYL
— Smile Uganda (@SmileComsUG) July 1, 2020
Smile Telecom introduces cheaper and more customised data bundles for clients
For UGX 3,000 clients can be able to afford 400MBs of data that should allow them to access the internet without having to rely on purchasing the more expensive data packages.
“We aim to provide consumers with a wide range of data bundle sizes and validity periods that make it easier to select and offer the best value SuperFast internet to best address the needs of consumers,” concluded Mohamad Bader, Country Manager Smile Communications Uganda.
Smile Communications Uganda (SCU) was first established in November 2009 and later launched its 4G LTE operations in June 2013 in Kampala. It is a subsidiary of Smile Telecoms Holdings, a Mauritius-based pan-African telecommunications group with operations in Nigeria, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Africa.
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