MTN Nigeria ropes in fintech partners after banking furore
The operator forges new partnerships in response to the recent disruption to its banking channels which rendered airtime and other services temporarily unavailable.
MTN acquires additional spectrum in Nigeria
The company says the additional spectrum will significantly improve customer experience in its most profitable and biggest market.
MTN pledges compliance amid legal, administrative storm
The group commits to respect and comply with laws in the countries it has a footprint, as it faces mounting legal and regulatory hurdles in five jurisdictions.
MTN records massive fintech growth in Nigeria
The mobile operator sees an increased uptake in its fintech business, which includes MoMo, insurance, airtime lending and e-commerce.
Nigeria’s NCC threatens telcos with licence withdrawal over SIM cards
The Nigerian regulator says urgent drastic measures have now become inevitable to improve the integrity and transparency of the SIM registration process.
Nigeria suspends sale, registration, activation of new SIM cards
The move is expected to impact SA’s MTN, which is the leading mobile network operator in the west African country.
MTN posts strong Q3 results, nets R2.3bn from Jumia
The telco weathers a multitude of challenges to record financial gains in the third quarter and exits from its 18.9% investment in e-commerce platform Jumia.
Fintech anchors MTN post-COVID-19 recovery in Nigeria
The telco sees a significant increase in subscribers, with the addition of 3.9 million customers in the third quarter, bringing total subscribers to 75 million.
MTN Nigeria CEO Ferdi Moolman named group risk officer
The 57-year-old Ferdi Moolman joined MTN in 2002 and has held several senior positions within the group in Nigeria and Iran.
Data, fintech services boost MTN Nigeria in half-year
Demand for data and digital services grew significantly, but the telco experienced a decline in demand for voice services in the mass market segment.
MTN Nigeria to issue R2.2bn in bonds
The mobile operator will issue 50 billion naira in the West African country, as it seeks new sources to support operations.