Cell C customers in the Eastern Cape, Free State and Northern Cape will now roam on MTN’s network at no extra charge as RAN shift continues.
The network operator, which is the primary one in eSwatini, is turning to the courts in order to overturn the decision as protests continue.
The completion of the project means MTN will be able to deploy fibre-related services to previously disadvantaged rural and township communities.
MTN says it received more than 20k expressions of interest in AirFibre, with local ISP Supersonic expected to launch it in 60k homes in 2021.
MTN has secured a contract whereby it will provide communication services to government until 2026.
BrandsEye and Deloitte Africa have released the South African Telco Sentiment Index and it reveals that when it comes to communicating on social media, telcos have a lot to learn.
You can now find Oppo’s affordable smartphones at MTN stores nationwide.
Starting at R399 a month for 5Mbps uncapped packages, MTN has announced its new AirFibre solutions via its Supersonic ISP.
MTN has filed a lawsuit against ICASA as it alleges that the carrier is being squeezed out of bidding for the most sought after 5G spectrum.
With learners across the country preparing for the 2021 academic year next month, MTN has announced new Back To School deals.
In a bid to get more of its customers to download the COVID-19 Alert App, MTN is offering 1GB of free data.
The launch of MoMo International Airtime allows MTN customers to purchase airtime for those in other countries.
With the New Year close at hand, MTN is using the lessons learned in 2020 to make its network better in 2021, with a specific focus on security and 5G.
The Apple iPhone 12 series arrives in South Africa next week.
When the iPhone 12 arrives later this month only MTN will support 5G though this is only until early 2021.
The new MVNO service from MTN hopes to open up more opportunities for the carrier, particularly with businesses in rural areas of SA.
Since January Siyavula had 897 520 students visit to learn and compete.
MTN launches a rather odd paid service for casual browser games.