In Uganda the following are the means of communication
- Telephones ,fixed lines and mobile phones being offered by telecom operators such as, Airtel Uganda, Mobile telephone network (MTN) Uganda, Orange Uganda, Warid Telecom, Uganda telecom (UTL)
- Televisions both free air and pay TV (for subscription to DSTV, Star Times, Mo TV and Go TV), these include most TV stations in Uganda such as UBC, WBS, NTV, NBS, Lighthouse TV, Record TV, Capital, Bukedde TV, BTN TV, Bunyoro TV, EATV, Family TV, Top TV, Kakira Sugar TV, Channel 44, Top TV, Urban TV, Northern TV, and TV WA.
- Radios which include; Capital FM 91.3,Radio One FM 90.0,KFM 93.3 FM,Super FM 88.5FM,Prime Radio 91.9FM,Kampala FM 96.6,CBS FM 88.8,Radio samba, Impact FM among others.
- Newspapers which include; The New Vision, The Daily Monitor, The Observer, The Red Pepper among others
- Postal communication which is provided by Uganda postal services Limited
- The fibre-optic cable network is intended to link Uganda to the submarine cable on the East African coast and provide faster and cheaper internet access. Internet services being provided by companies which include Broadband, Infocom and telephone operators.
- Satellite communication
- Radio calls
- Video conferencing