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Buganda Katikkiro lauds Airtel Uganda

Katikkiro calls upon Ugandans to embrace the new K2 telco for all their communications’ needs

Following the recently signed Brand Endorsement agreement between Airtel Uganda and K2 telecom, the Katikkiro of Buganda Owek. Charles Peter Mayigga has called upon Ugandans to register their brand new Airtel-powered K2 SIM cards and start enjoying a stronger and more reliable K2 network.

The Katikkiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga presents his National ID to register his new Airtel-powered K2 SIM card

This was at the Luwalo Lwaffe event held earlier today at Bulange Gardens in Mengo presided over by the Katikkiro of Buganda Owek. Charles Peter Mayigga and attended by K2 Telecom team led by CEO Godfrey Kisekka and Airtel Uganda team led by Ali Balunywa the Sales Director.

Airtel Uganda Sales Director Mr. Ali Balunywa officially hands over the KYC form to the Katikkiro of Buganda upon registration of his K2 SIM card

The Luwalo Lwaffe program involves Buganda’s traditional institutions to raise funds in support of the Kingdom development programs.

Addressing the guests, the Airtel Uganda Sales Director Ali Balunywa applauded the Buganda Kingdom officials for seizing opportunities that benefit the kingdom subjects and called upon everyone to subscribe to the new network and celebrate the pride of Buganda Kingdom.

“The new K2 is backed by Airtel’s countrywide 3G network and high-speed internet service. Products and services such as Airtel Money, international roaming and affordable devices at any of our shops, kiosks and agents are all available to you,” he noted.

As part of the event, the Katikkiro toured the K2 offices and took time to register his new SIM card at one of the SIM card registration centers set out for the customers.

“It is a new day for us at K2. We thank our partners Airtel Uganda for the harmonious working relationship that has enabled us to achieve yet another milestone. I call upon Ugandans across the country to buy a SIM card and enjoy what the new K2 has to offer,” he concluded.

Airtel Uganda and Buganda Kingdom work together on a number of projects in the sectors of health and sports. These include the annual Kabaka Birthday Run, the Masaza Cup tournament, the Kabaka birthday celebrations, the Kabaka coronation, Eid El Fitri and most recently, the Airtel – K2 Brand endorsement agreement.

Airtel Uganda Sales Director Ali Balunywa addresses the guests. On the left is K2’s Godfrey Kisekka

As part of the agreement, Ugandans will get an opportunity to buy co-branded K2-Airtel SIM cards in the 0708 series and connect onto the quality services offered by Airtel Uganda across the country such as wide coverage, high speed internet, 3G/4G network, Airtel Money, affordable packages, roaming and international services as well as all Value Added Services.

The new SIM cards can be purchased from any Airtel service center and other authorized outlets at a price of UGX2, 000 and all new SIMs will be subject to the existing KYC registration regulations. Existing K2 customers will undergo a migration process, which will include a SIM-swap to provide them with new Airtel-K2 branded SIMs.

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