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Incorporated in 1994, MTN Group Limited is a multi-national telecommunications group offering voice and data communications products and services to individuals and businesses. MTN has GSM licences in 21 countries and internet service provider businesses in 13 countries, spanning three continents. At the end of December 2010, it had 141,6 million total subscribers. In 2010, its revenues reached R114,7 billion and it invested R19,5 billion in developing its network infrastructure, bringing to more than 36 750 the total number of MTN BTS. MTN also made investments in fibre optic cables as well as growing access to broadband capacity on undersea cables. MTN predominantly uses independently owned outlets to distribute its products and services, but also has it's own branded stores.Please Login
Catherine Nyachwo, a business woman in Mbalwa, a suburb in Wakiso district has won a Toyota Probox car, becoming the third and final car winner in MTN’s Christmas #MTNMoMoPay promotion, bringing the promo to an end.
December 19, 2019 4:31 PM
MTN Uganda CEO, Mr. Wim Vanhelleputte speaking at the #ICTExpoUg2019 yesterday, launched the #MTNFreedom bundles that do not expire. This means data customers can load and use a data bundle for as long as they have MBs, without worrying about expiry. Dial *150*7# to enjoy the Freedom bundles. #MTNinternet