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South Africa: MTN Payment Break to put less strain on consumers

MTN has introduced a payment plan that allows postpaid customers to take a subscription fee payment holiday during the months of January and February. The offer, known as MTN Payment Break, is available to customers who sign up on a 24-month contract. Customers who sign-up in January 2017 will only start making payments towards their contracts subscription from March and those who sign-up in Febru... »

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MTN and Huawei launch NB-IoT solution in Africa

MTN and Huawei jointly launched the Smart Water Metering solution, the first, according to both companies, Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) solution in Africa. The solution is designed to help MTN develop their NB-IoT services to explore new markets. The Smart Water metering solution enables the automated collection of utility meter data, while manual meter reading leads to high labour costs... »

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South Africa: MTN’s Digital Entrepreneur Masterclass a success

MTN Business hosted a successful first-ever The Digital Entrepreneur Masterclass, staged on 27 October at The Forum. An array of top speakers including Director of National Gazelles Zukile Nomafu, CEO and founder of National Business Council Mike Anderson amongst others, offered the SME attendees a wealth of information and insights into using digital tools to run their businesses more successfull... »

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South Africa: MTN’s Mteto Nyati named Businessman of the Year

Chief Executive Officer of MTN SA, Mteto Nyati, has added another feather in his cap after being named as the Black Business Quarterly (BBQ) Hennessy Businessman of the Year at a gala event held in Johannesburg last night. Mteto was recognized for the sterling role he has played in stabilising MTN SA since he was appointed to the helm of the operation and for the role he played in managing the ope... »

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MobiMoola wins inaugural TADHack SA challenge

Mobi Moola, an app aimed at enabling cellphone users to pay for public transport using their airtime, was named the winner at the first TADHack challenge in South Africa. MTN and its sponsor partners brought the international telecoms developer challenge to Africa for the first time this month, enabling African developers to showcase their skills against the best in the world. Mobi Moola’s develop... »


MTN zero rates access to online curriculum for university students

MTN revealed, in a media statement, that it has zero rated access to university online content. This will allow South Africa’s university students to access their online curriculum without incurring data costs. MTN further revealed that it will allow university students free access to university websites in order to access online content. To date, students from the University of Cape Town (UCT) an... »


MTN set to protect SA businesses against cybercrime spike

With the cost of global cybercrime expected to pass the $2 trillion mark by 2019, MTN Business has moved to protect its business clients from the growing risk of cyber-based fraud and theft. “MTN Business has expanded its portfolio of business ICT services to become an end-to-end ICT partner for business. And because cybercrime and fraud pose a fast-growing risk to the financial wellbeing and even... »

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Public private partnerships required to realise true potential of digitisation

The evolving demands of the ever-discerning consumer continue to give impetus to the private and public sector to offer customised digitisation solutions that meet their needs, David Mphelo, General Manager for Public Sector at MTN Business, told delegates at the Public Sector ICT Forum in Johannesburg. Mphelo said that as the industry is battling with the full implementation of the IT buzzwords t... »

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