Tuesday, November 20, 2012

MTN NIGERIA UNVEILS MAGIC VOICE SERVICE

MTN Nigeria have just unveiled a service called MTN Magic Voice.
 A service that allows you change your voice to sound like the voice of a popular or funny character while making a mobile call to your friends on your MTN line. You can change your voice during calls to sound like a male, a female, a child, or even a bug bunny.
To subscribe to this service simply dial 757 from your MTN line and follow the voice prompt.

See the table below for the full list of subscription type and cost.
Type of Subscription Channel Opt in command Opt out command Cost
Magic Voice Daily
SMS
MV1
STOP
10 Naira
USSD
*757*1#
*757*1*1#
Magic Voice Weekly
SMS
MV7
STOP7
50 Naira
USSD
*757*2#
*757*2*1#
Magic Voice Monthly
SMS
MV30
STOP30
150 Naira
USSD
*757*3#
*757*3*1#
  •      Upon subscribing for MTN Magic voice, you will receive a confirmation SMS.
  •      To make a Magic Voice call after subscribing, you will dial 757 and then the number of the party you want to speak with (e.g. 7570803200xxxx); selects magic voice and starts speaking in the voice you want to use.

What are the benefits of using MTN Magic Voice?
  •  Surprise and delight your callers; spark up their day with that joke or prank using MTN Voice chat.
  • Entertain your callers by taking on the voice of different characters.
  • Laughter is the tonic of the heart. Make that special person laugh hard with MTN Magic Voice.
  • MTN Magic Voice is the service you need to relief any tense moment.

Monday, November 12, 2012

NCC BANS ALL PROMOS FROM TELECOMS COMPANIES IN NIGERIA

A statement by the NCC Public Affair state thus; "The Commission has, in recent times been inundated with several complaints from consumers, Industry Stakeholders against the various promotions offered by Telecommunications Operators. Consistent with its processes, the Commission has carefully evaluated the complaints received especially against the backdrop of sustaining the integrity of the networks, the general interest of the consumers, the socio-economic impact of these promotions on Operators and other relevant stakeholders. The Commission is also mindful of its statutory responsibilities such as; to protect and promote the interest of consumers against unfair practices, promote fair competition in the industry by protecting Operators from misuse of market power and anti-competitive/unfair practices by other Operators. i. In due regard to the afore-mentioned responsibilities therefore and having observed that these promotions have increased the number of minutes available to subscribers for use within a limited period of time thereby creating congestion in the networks as subscribers try to use up the available minutes within the stipulated time. ii. That on-net calls were now being offered by Operators at tariffs well below the prevailing inter-connect rates thereby introducing anti-competitive practices and behaviour. iii. That termination of calls were becoming increasingly difficult from one network to another and overall consumer experience on the networks has become very poor thereby making it extremely difficult for subscribers to make calls successfully. Consequent upon the above-mentioned, the Commission therefore has banned all promotions by Telecommunications Network Operators as well as lotteries being carried out on such networks. This ban covers all proposed and approved promotions and lotteries on which the Commission has given approval further to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) entered into with the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC). This ban is with immediate effect and shall continue to remain in force until such a time as may be determined by the Commission. The Telecom Operators affected by this include the following: • GLOBACOM LTD • MTN • INTERCELLULAR NIG PLC • VISAFONE COMMS LTD • ETISALAT • AIRTEL NETWORKS LTD • MULTILINKS TELECOMS LTD The Commission wishes to assure all Telecommunications consumers of its resolve to ensure that the Quality of Service offered across all networks is such that delivers value to the consumers." Tony Ojobo Director, Public Affairs

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

ETISALAT NIGERIA UNVEILS NANO SIMCARD

Etisalat Nigeria unveils Nano Simcard for its iPhone 5 subscribers.
This new SIM card is based on the European Technical Standards Institute (ETSI) standard for next-generation SIM cards for smart devices, and was designed by top smartphone maker Apple. It is 40% smaller than the current Etisalat micro-SIM, and it ensures that the next generation of super-smart devices is supported seamlessly on the Etisalat network.

The Etisalat Nano-SIM is immediately available at all Experience Centres, and is meant for the newly launched iPhone 5, the latest and best from the stable of Apple.

Subscribers can now enjoy easyblaze on their newly purchased iPhone 5 devices by requesting the Etisalat Nano-SIM at any of our Experience Centres. The SIM is available at no additional cost to any interested subscribers of any of our easyblaze data plans.

For more information on the Etisalat Nano SIM, customers can visit our website www.etisalat.com.ng or call 200, our toll free Call Centre number, from their Etisalat lines.

Monday, September 24, 2012

MTN TO INTRODUCE IPHONE 5 COMPATIBLE NANO-SIM CARDS

MTN subscribers in Nigeria looking to buy Apple’s latest smartphone, iPhone 5 would need to wait till October 5, as the company is set to release iPhone 5 compatible Nano-SIM cards. The iPhone 5 which launched on September 12 requires a new kind of SIM card, called Nano-SIM card.

Features:
  • Nano sim card is not different (apart from the size) from the existing SIM cards and it offers the same functionality.
  • It is 40% smaller than micro sim and about 0.67mm thicker than micro sim
  • Made for the new iPhone 5 and other new generation phones.

Friday, August 10, 2012

MTN NIGERIA DISCONTINUED DATA PLANS –NIGHT, WEEKLY, MONTHLY AND MORE

 Telecommunication Company in Nigeria MTN, has discontinued most of its data plans, and also introduced some new plans. See full details below.

Bundle Plan   Inclusive Data     Validity Period     Price (N)   Activation Codes
Daily                  150MB                  24hours             500                    103
Night                   3GB                   9pm-6am                                 Discontinued
Weekend            3GB                 9pm(Fri )-6am (Mon)                Discontinued
Daytime              3GB               9am-9pm( 30days)                       Discontinued
Monthly              5GB                       24/7                                      Discontinued
Monthly (NEW)  3GB                       24/7                  7,000                101


Data Volume    Price      Validity    Activation keyword
10MB             N100       24 hours           Text 104 to 131

Mobile Internet Weekly Plans:
Data Volume    Price    Validity    Activation keyword
25MB                                                                                     Discontinued

Mobile Internet Monthly Plans:
Data Volume    Price    Validity    Activation keyword
100MB              N1,000    30days    Text 106 to 131
250MB              N1,500 (New Price)    30days    Text 109 to 131
500MB                                                                                    Discontinued
1GB                     N3,500    30days    Text 111 to 131


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Friday, July 20, 2012

GLO TO PARTNER EKITI GOVERNMENT ON JOB CREATION

Globacom Limited and the Ekiti State Government have concluded plans to launch a partnership which will create jobs for about 1,000 youths in the state.
As part of the deal, Globacom will provide Public Call Office (PCO) facilities including 1,000 units of parasols, power box, handsets, tables, chairs, T-shirts, caps, hawker jackets and recharge cards worth several millions.
According to the Head of Globacom’s Public Sector Department, Mr. Tunde Amunikoro, the project which is being coordinated for Ekiti State by the State’s Job Creation and Employment Agency, is designed primarily as a poverty alleviation scheme.
Amunikoro explained that Globacom’s impetus for the project goes beyond profit. “In Globacom we are driven by the need to provide affordable and quality telecoms services and we are also driven by the need to economically empower members of our operating environment”, he said.
The company has so far taken its poverty alleviation efforts to 17 states including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, while plans are in top gear to reach out to more states. By doing this the company said it intends to get more and more Nigerian youths off the streets into gainful employment.

Sunday, May 13, 2012

NCC FINES MTN, ETISALAT, GLOBACOM AND AIRTEL N1.17bn

The Nigeria Communications Commission has said four Global System for Mobile Communications operators are to pay a cumulative sum of N1.17bn penalty for poor Quality of Services (QoS). In a statement made available to newsmen on Saturday in Lagos, NCC said MTN, Etisalat, Airteland Globacom were being sanctioned for poor QoS rendered in the months of March and April. The commission said details of the penalties had been communicated to the different operators through letters. It stated that the letters were signed by the Director, Legal and Regulatory Services, Ms. Josephine Amuwa, and the Head of Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement, Ubale Maska. The regulatory body said MTN and Etisalat were to pay N360m each, Airtel would pay N270m, while Globacom attracted a penalty of N180m. “All the operators are to pay the penalties on orbefore May 21, 2012 or be liable to payment of additional N2.5 million per day for as long as the contravention persists. “The penalties are as a result of the contravention of the provisions of the Quality ofService Regulation by the NCC. “The operators failed to meet with the minimum standard of quality of service, including the key performance indicators,” the statement read. According to the statement, the commission has been monitoring the performance of the operators on the different parameters as provided. It said the result showed that the service providers contravened the provisions. “Paragraph 13 & Schedule 3, Paragraph 2 of theQuality of Service Regulation 2012, provides that any company which contravenes this provision will be liable to pay fine. “The company is liable to pay the sum of N15m for each parameter for a service contravened inthe month of March, 2012. “A further sum of N2.5m for each parameter fora service for each day the contravention continued throughout the month of April, 2012 will be paid by the operators,” the statement said. NCC noted that the performances in January and February were below the specified thresholds but decided to “take these periods as grace period.” The News Agency of Nigeria quoted the Executive Vice Chairman of the commission as saying that the current penalties were a demonstration of the new regime of QoS management in the telecommunications industry.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

GLOBACOM UNVEILS UNI-WORLD ROAMING IN NIGERIA, GHANA AND BENIN

Globacom has unveiled a new roaming service which offers a uniform local tariff and allows the use of local Glo recharge cards in any visited Glo network country. This service is called UNIWORLD, this service offering enables both prepaid and postpaid subscribers in Nigeria, Benin Republic and Ghana to enjoy seamless unbroken communication at uniform affordable rates in the different countries. Announcing the new offer at a press conference,Executive Director, Adewale Sangowawa, said that "UniWorld unifies the 3 Glo network countries by creating a Virtual Home Environment which allows seamless communications at transparent affordable rates across the borders. Postpaid and Prepaid Subscribers can now recharge with local Glo recharge cards in Nigeria, Ghana or Benin while roaming and enjoy all roaming services at very affordable rates. Subscribers who roam across the three countries will be charged the same uniform localized rate irrespective of where they are calling from. Customer’s bills will be rated in Naira, Cedi or CFA depending on subscriber’s Glo home country." He explained that the UniWorld concept was to enable Glo subscribers to enjoy an unbroken connection across the three countries. “With UniWorld, Glo subscribers in our 3 operating countries will enjoy a uniform local tariff across Nigeria, Ghana and Benin denominated in the currency of your home network. For instance, if a Glo Benin Republic subscriber comes to Nigeria, he will pay the same unified uniform local rates as when he is roaming on Glo Benin and vice versa,” Sangowawa said. Besides the local tariffs for roaming, Glo has also made recharging much easier as all its subscribers roaming in any of the Glo networks can enjoy the flexibility of recharging with local Glo recharge cards in his visited destination. Like our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/NigerieTelecomNews Follow us on Twitter: @NigeriaTeleNews

Sunday, April 8, 2012

MTN NIGERIA LAUNCHES NEW CALL TARIFF PLAN NAMED MTN PULSE

Nigeria Telecommunication giant MTN, has launched a new call tariff plan named MTN Pulse, this plan offers a tariff that makes it possible for MTN Pulse subscribers to call other MTN Pulse subscribers at the rate of 10k/sec or N6/min after the first minute which will be charged at 58k/sec.
Calls to other MTN numbers that are not on the MTN Pulse tariff plan are charged at the rate of 30k/sec or N18/min, while calls made to other networks in Nigeria are charged at 35k/sec or N21/min.

FULL TARIFF BELOW:

Calls from MTN Pulse to MTN Pulse : 10k/Sec*
Calls from MTN Pulse to other MTN numbers : 30k/sec
Calls from MTN Pulse to other networks: 35k/sec

*All above call rate applies after the first minute of call for the day at 58 kobo/sec*

OTHER BENEFITS:

1. MTN Pulse Data Bonus on Recharge.

MTN Pulse Data Bonus on Recharge is a service that offers you FREE 10MB of data for internet browsing after recharging up to N100 on your account.

You will only receive the FREE 10MB of data once in every seven days no matter the number of times you recharge your account.

*All unused data expires in 7days after the day its been received*

2. FREE MTN - MTN calls daily during Happy Hour from 12:30am to 4:30am, with a minimum balance of N100.

*Remember, to enjoy the N6/min or 10k/sec call, your receiver must also be on MTN Pulse*

To migrate to MTN Pulse, dial *406# or send the keyword "406" to "131".


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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

MTN NIGERIA INTRODUCES SIMPLE SURF HOURLY INTERNET PLANS

Before now, GSM Network providers in Nigeria offer various internet plans but with data cap. But this story changed when MTN Nigeria introduced new internet subscription plans called "Simple Surf HOURLY INTERNET PLANS" that enables users pay per time usage instead of the volume of data consumed.

MTN Simple Surf is a new range of hourly based internet bundle plans that give you total control of your internet time. With MTN Simple Surf you only pay for the time spent on the internet and not the volume of data consumed.

You can select from a variety of flexible MTN Simple Surf plans from as low as 2hrs to 300hrs, all on the network with the widest data coverage in Nigeria.

This is really great especially for heavy data users. Below are the plans available on the service.

BUNDLE PLANVALIDITY PERIODPRICINGKEYWORD
2 HOURS2 DAYSN2502H
20 HOURS7 DAYSN1,50020H
100 HOURS30 DAYSN5,000100H
300 HOURS90 DAYSN13,000300H

To activate your preferred bundle plan, text the keyword to 131 or Go to the interface on your Fastlink modem and select from a variety of flexible MTN Simple Surf plans.

MTN NIGERIA SELECTS ZTE TO UPGRADE AND EXPAND ITS 2G/3G NETWORKS IN NIGERIA

ZTE says that it has signed a contract with the MTN Nigeria to upgrade and expand its GSM/UMTS networks in Nigeria.

As part of the agreement, ZTE will help MTN Nigeria modernize and expand its mobile network in two of the country's most economically developed regions (including 8 states) by providing its SDR-based Uni-RAN solution.

ZTE claims that network operating expenses can be reduced by more than 50 per cent and the total cost of ownership saving over 7 years will be reach 40 per cent after modernization.

"ZTE will provide a seamless cutting-edge network solution to MTN, The company will continue to strive to improve the quality of the Nigerian network." said ZTE VP Xu Ming.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

MOBITEL NIGERIA LAUNCHES BROADBAND POWERED COMPUTER LAB CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVE

As part of Mobitel Nigeria Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, Mobitel has entered into partnership with House on the Rock Lagos on a broadband powered Computer Lab Initiative.

House on the Rock, a metropolitan faith based organization through the Lagos State Ministry of Education has embarked on a social initiative to equip 100 schools in Lagos State with State of the art computer labs by 2015 at 25 Schools per year.

Mobitel is partnering with House on the Rock to furnish each of the labs with broadband Internet connectivity. This entails the provision of one indoor unit with yearly subscription to each lab alongside technical support and other value added services.

This initiative was launched today in 16 of the beneficiary school labs for the first year of this initiative which have been built, furnished and ready for use. The schools include:

1. Dolphin Senior High School, Ebete – Elefun
2. Government Girls Senior School, Keffi Ikoyi
3. Isale-Eko Senior High School, Lagos Island
4. Okesuna Junior High School, Lagos Island
5. Lafiaji Junior High School, Lagos Island
6. New Era Girls Senior High School, Surulere
7. Wesley Girls Junior High School, Yaba
8. Iponri Estate Junior High School, Iponri, Surulere
9. Ransome Kuti Senior High School, Empire, Surulere
10. Surulere Senior Girls High School, Ojuelegba
11. Igo-Owu Senior High School, Ilasamaja, Mushin
12. Ewutuntun Senior High School, Mafoluku Oshodi
13. Wesley Senior Girls High School, Yaba
14. Isolo Comprehensive Junior High School, Aswani , Isolo
15. Ilupeju Grammar Schools, Ilupeju, Oshodi
16. Eva Adelaja Senior Girls High School, Bariga

This is a furtherance of their drive to support knowledge based initiatives amongst youths as has been earlier demonstrated through Mobitel support for the Kuramo School L4L Project. L4L which stands for Laptops For Learning, is a consortium assembled by the Nigeria-Britain Association to deliver on the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) global initiative. It is implemented in partnership with the Lagos State Government on a Public Private Social Partnership and we are providing broadband access to drive the project.

Besides showing itself as a good Corporate Citizen, Mobitel by these CSR initiatives hopes to empower the next generation with access to information that will enable them make better decisions, review their lifestyle in line with global trends and reach their potentials in life.

All of this ties into their mission statement of innovatively using broadband to improve African Socio-economic life.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

ECONET WIRELESS SEEKS $3.1 BILLION DAMAGES FROM BHARTI AIRTEL

Econet Wireless is seeking at least $3.1 billion in damages from Bharti Airtel in a dispute over ownership of its subsidiary Airtel Nigeria, according to a suit filed 22nd of February 2012.

The move follows a Nigerian court ruling on January 30 2012, that Bharti Airtel’s ownership of its subsidiary, Airtel Nigeria, is “null and void” because co-founder and five per cent shareholder, Econet, was not consulted on the transfer.

South African-based Econet Wireless is disputing the Indian company’s ownership of one of its top African operations. Bharti said last month that its stake in its Nigerian unit was “completely safe” and that the world’s fifth-biggest mobile phone carrier by subscribers had appealed against the verdict.

“The claim for damages and equitable compensation against the Applicant and some of the Respondents might be in excess of $3 billion,” the document filed to the court said.

The above estimated damages might also be in addition to a claim for $100 million received by the Applicant as fees for the management of VNL (Vee Networks Limited, a former name of Airtel) for a period of six years which sum should have accrued.”

Bharti Airtel inherited the legal case as part of a $9 billion acquisition of Zain’s Africa operations in 2010, including 65 per cent of Zain Nigeria. The basis of Econet’s claim is that its five per cent stake was unfairly cancelled when Zain took control, so any decision made since then without it, including the transfer to Bharti, is void. The Nigerian court upheld that claim.

Nigeria contributes about 9.5 per cent to Bharti’s consolidated operational profits, the company says.

Econet disputed the buyout of Airtel’s stake from Zain Nigeria in 2010 because its right of first refusal over the stake was denied, in a dispute that had been ongoing since 2003, when the same assets were first sold to Vee Networks

Saturday, February 11, 2012

AIRTEL NIGERIA INTRODUCEs TALK TIME ADVANCE

Airtel Talk Time Advance service is a service that enables customers to request for advance airtime (credit) without physically recharging their airtime balance. The customer is required to send a request through a zero-rated code *500# which will provide all the denomination of airtime available to lend.
Use of service is only by customer’s request. A pre-qualified Airtel customer simply initiates a request by dialing *500# and his/her line (MSISDN) is credited with requested airtime which can be used for voice calls (on-net and off-net), SMS and Data.
The borrowed airtime credit is deducted when the customer recharges his/her line. The denominations of airtime available for lending on the Airtel Talk Time Advance service are:
· N50
· N100
· N200
· N500
In addition, users will be able to borrow denominations they qualify for directly by dialing:
· *500*50# for N50 airtime
· *500*100# for N100 airtime
· *500*200# for N200 airtime
· *500*500# for N500 airtime

There will be a 10% service charge for any amount borrowed. The 10% service charge is deducted directly from the borrowed credit implying that if a customer borrows N50, he will only get N45.

SERVICE ELIGIBILITY:

Customers can only borrow airtime based on the following factors:
· An active line: meaning customer’s line has not been suspended or deactivated under Airtel’s existing policies
· Network Age: A prepaid customer who has been on the Airtel network for a minimum period of three (3) months prior to the date of request for Talk Time Advance
· The customer must have re-paid all prior advance credit provided by (in the case of a returning customer)

REPAYMENT OF ADVANCE AIRTIME:
Customers of the service will be required to repay the advance credit within a period of 72 hours from when the customer’s line is credited.

Airtel will deduct the Advance airtime requested (N50, N100, N200 or N500) from the user main account at the time of next recharge or top up whether or not the customer uses the advance airtime borrowed.
The following recharge/ top up methods will be valid for the purpose of repaying the advance airtime.
· Airtel Recharge cards vouchers
· Me2U
· E-pins
· Easy Recharge
The advance airtime will be deducted from subsequent recharges by customers either by full or partial recovery until Advance airtime is recovered.

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Friday, February 10, 2012

ETISALAT NIGERIA OFFERS 160million NIGERIANS FREE INTERNET ACCESS TILL MARCH 2012 (GET YOURS NOW)


Telecommunication company in Nigeria "Etisalat", has unveiled a new scheme so as to allow Nigerians to access its internet service for FREE till March 2012.
This will make it possible for Etisalat subscribers and Non-Subscribers to experience the new broadband service at no cost.
Not only that Etisalat is offering FREE internet access till March 2012, but also rewarding the FREE internet users with exciting prizes.
To activate your FREE internet service and also get rewarded with prizes, visit http://easyblaze.etisalat.com.ng and enjoy :)

*YOU DON'T NEED TO BE AN ETISALAT SUBSCRIBER TO ENJOY THIS OFFER, SO ENJOY :)

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

MULTI-LINKS NIGERIA LAUNCHES PAY-AS-YOU-GO DATA TARIFF PLAN FOR ITS EVDO INTERNET USERS


Multi-Links Telkom Nigeria launches "Pay-As-You-Go" data tariff plan for its EVDO internet.
The new data tariff offers 2 packages, at the rate of N2 per minute and 5 kobo per kilobyte for the hourly and volume based plans respectively.
Demola Eleso, C.E.O Multi-Links Telkom, who made this disclosure recently, stated that "The Telecom company is determined to make its customers enjoy additional benefits based on a flexible billing pattern on Multi-Links' broadband Internet offerings, Multi-Links has introduced the “Pay-As-You-Go” tariff plan for its Internet users in order to make the service easily affordable and accessible to all classes/segments of the market."
The newly introduced "Pay-As-You-Go" package is at the rate of N2 per minute and 5 kobo per kilobyte for the hourly and volume based plans respectively. The new package is applicable to both the existing and new customers.

EVDO USERS WHO ARE TO ENJOY THE N2/minute "Pay-As-You-Go" PACKAGE ARE CUSTOMERS UNDER THE FOLLOWING PLANs:

50HRS N3,400 30 DAYS VALIDITY



100HRS N5,600 60 DAYS VALIDITY



250HRS N9,900 90 DAYS VALIDITY

WHILE EVDO USERS WHO ARE TO ENJOY THE 5KOBO/KILOBYTE "Pay-As-You-Go" PACKAGE ARE CUSTOMERS UNDER THE FOLLOWING PLANs:

24/7 (6GB) N9,000 30 DAYS VALIDITY



8AM-8PM (6GB) N6,000 30 DAYS VALIDITY



12AM-8AM (20GB) N3,500 30 DAYS VALIDITY

Customers under the 1x MODEM PLAN are not eligible to the newly launched "Pay-As-You-Go" data tariff plan.

*To know the data tariff plan you are on, between the hourly and volume based plans, call customer care on 111.

MULTI-LINKS NIGERIA UNVEILS LOWEST CALL TARIFF WITH FREE CALLS


Multi-Links Nigeria has introduced a new call tariff plan that offers the lowest On-Net rate ever in Nigeria.
The new call tariff plan offers On-Net call rate of 10kobo per second (N6 per minute) and Free On-Net calls between 10pm – 6.00am daily for its customers and prospective subscribers.
While calls made to other networks in Nigeria are charged at 25kobo per second (N15 per minute).

Demola Eleso, C.E.O Multi-Links Telkom, who made this disclosure recently, stated that "The brand is offering the lowest call rate in Nigeria Telecommunication sector as part of its loyalty reward to its customers."
The new tariff plan applies to only Multi-Links subscribers on the CoolTalk call plan.

To Migrate to CoolTalk, send the word "COOL" to "233" and call customer care on 111 to confirm your migration after 24hours.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

MTN NIGERIA LAUNCHES MTN BUSINESS

MTN Business seeks to be the reliable and dependable supplier of communication solutions to the Nigeria enterprise market. Offering a suite of Voice, Internet, Data and Branch Connectivity Solutions, MTN Business currently serves a teeming number of corporate and public sector organizations as well as SMEs across industry.

With continuous extensive investment in infrastructure and a focus on innovation, MTN Business is able to deploy new and flexible services and solutions tailor-made to address customers’ peculiar business communication needs. In the SME space, MTN Business continues to work with various partners to design and deploy solutions that are both affordable yet innovative meeting the need of the Nigerian small business enterprise.

For more details, visit http://mtnbusiness.com.ng