Smile Communications, Uganda’s leading 4G LTE mobile broadband provider, continues to find ways to bring value to our customers and expand our investment in Uganda’s economy.
“Our partnership with Cellulant (Mula), brings easy-to-use, cashless payment recharge options which Smile customers can use to recharge SmileAirtime and SmileData at their convenience”, said Mohamad Bader, Country Manager, Smile Uganda.
“Our customers are now able to recharge via additional recharge channels using the Mula App and the USSD code *223# – in addition to Smile’s secure, online recharge channels.”
Smile partnered with ‘Mula’ to offer additional, secure and easy ways for our customers to recharge SmileAirtime and SmileData, using their mobile phones to pay with Mobile Money, VISA or MasterCard.
Smile customers can recharge anytime, anywhere using their mobile phones, via the following
recharge channels Smile’s XpressRecharge (secure online), MySmile (secure online), The FREE Mula app and The USSD code *223#.
“We look forward to continuing to expand on convenient, easy-to-use, and secure ways our customers can recharge SmileAirtime and SmileData”, concluded Bader.
Smile Uganda was the first mobile operator to launch SuperFast 4G L TE mobile broadband
services in Entebbe and Kampala in June 2013, thereby revolutionising the way people access
the internet in Uganda.
They have expanded their network coverage and services to Wakiso, Mukono, Mbarara, Masaka, Masindi, Fort Portal, Kabale, Gulu, Lira, Soroti, Mbale, Jinja and Tororo.
Customers in Uganda can experience the country’s fastest and most reliable SuperFast 4G LTE mobile broadband services as well as SuperClear voice calls, video calls and SMS over LTE.
Business customers in Uganda can select from a range of broadband internet solutions for their business operations and remote workers