MTN Rwanda has commended the efforts of all female employees and women in Rwanda who continue to work hard to bring economic, political and social achievements to the forefront and help drive the country's development. In recognition of Rwandan Women, MTN on Tuesday 8th March 2016, held a special Women’s Day discussion under the theme “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality.”
Kigali – MTN has introduced another new and convenient payment solution called MTN Rahura that will enable MTN customers to borrow electricity (Cash Power) tokens and pay later using MTN Mobile Money.
In an effort to take the Internet to the people and to provide its subscriber base with an enriched mobile experience, MTN Rwanda has launched a sponsored data service in partnership with mobile solutions provider U2opia Mobile. Powered by Fonepass, U2opia Mobile’s sponsored data platform is meant for subscribers with limited or no access to the internet, enabling them to explore the world of data and unlock its value at no cost for them.
In an effort to serve and bring greater convenience to its customers, MTN Rwanda has announced a partnership agreement with Rwandan bus service companies that will allow commuters going upcountry to pay their bus fares conveniently, easily and safely using MTN Mobile Money.
MTN Rwanda today handed over a cheque worth Rwf 3 million to support the families of vulnerable ex-combatants under the Rwanda Demobilization and Reintegration Commission umbrella. The cheque was received by the Minister of Local Government (MINALOC), Francis Kaboneka at the Ministry’s offices in Kacyiru.
Johannesburg – MTN has emerged as the Most Admired and the Most Valuable African brand, valued at US$ 4,672m, its second award in two years. Brand Africa announced last night at the 4th Annual Brand Africa 100: Africa’s Best Brands gala event, that MTN is the overall best brand on the continent and reclaims the #1 spot as the Most Admired Brand in Africa.
KIGALI - In yet another exciting development in mobile money innovation, MTN Rwanda, the country’s telecommunications leader has announced that it has opened its corridor with Safaricom in Kenya that will see MTN Mobile Money and M-PESA users send and receive money seamlessly and affordably between the two countries.