Uganda, also known as the Pearl of Africa, is a landlocked country. There are four major telecommunications companies serving over 21 million subscribers in a population of over 40 million.

CSquared first launched in Uganda to bring faster, more reliable Internet to the people and places that needed it building a metro fiber network in the city of Kampala – a dense urban center that was limited to pre-broadband speeds. To date, we have built over 890 km of metropolitan fibre in Greater Kampala, along with city-wide WiFi installations to offer wholesale last-mile Wi-Fi access. All in all, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can now leverage our infrastructure to deliver broadband services to mobile users on-the-go, businesses, and residential consumers.


CSquared currently owns and operates 890+ kms of metropolitan fiber in Kampala, Entebbe and Mukono in Uganda


CSquared has set up a public Wi-Fi infrastructure to serve end users on-the-go as well as fixed wireless users. It’s a multiple ISP platform that provides end users with various service provider choices


CSquared enables last-mile access to mobile towers, large enterprises, SMEs and homes providing a range of services from dark fiber to tiered capacity.