MTN Rwanda, in partnership with KTRN, have announced that it has dropped its 4G tariffs in a drive to continue to offer affordable internet to all Rwandans. Customers will now be able to purchase their 4G data bundles at the same price as 3G bundles.
MTN Rwanda has announced that it has started the paying out interest to its 2.7 million Mobile Money customers for the first quarter (January to March) of 2019.
MTN Rwanda today unveiled its revamped youth proposition titled Yolo to the public. Launched in 2016 to the 16-24 age group, Yolo is tailored for the youth segment on the lookout for value, giving them access to a unique platform that includes exciting voice and data offers.
MTN Rwanda has released its results for the year ended 31 December 2018. In that year, the operation celebrated 20 years of serving the customer under the banner of “Turi Abanyu”. MTN has shown solid performance and reported year on year growth, driven primarily by a growth in the base and the investment in the network.
Today, MTN Rwanda announced the launch of an entry-level smartphone to boost internet penetration in Rwanda.
Kigali - MTN Rwanda has today announced that it has launched a 3-month long Internet Fest (iFest) focusing on promoting data services to both current and potential data users as part of a strategy to drive data penetration in Rwanda.
MTN Rwanda, the leading telecom company in the country, has reported a tremendous 25% year on year growth of its internet customers. During the same year, the internet usage almost tripled, from 5.7Million Terabytes in 2017 to 14.5Million terabytes in 2018.