Uganda is piloting a programme to expand use of smartphones as one way of drawing investment in tech services. Under the initiative, homesteads will receive handsets from the government and members will be trained on how to use online applications. They will also have access to online content that is in line with their interests
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Mobile phone connections, the report indicates, grew from 31.2 million in March 2021 to 35 million in March 2022, representing an addition of 3.8 million subscribers on different networks. At least 3.8 million mobile phone connections were added on the network in the 12 months to March, according to data from Uganda Communication Commission (UCC).