MTNN Releases Update on Utilization of Its Network Contributions To Support During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Friday, May 22, 2020 / 1:35 PM / NSE / Header Image Credit: Medium


MTN Nigeria has today provided an update on the utilisation so far of its network initiatives to provide its customers and partners with connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to MTN's direct contributions to support the fight against COVID-19, including support to CACOVID (N1 billion), Federal and State Governments (communications support) and the NCDC (Devices, airtime, SMS channel and data) MTN has provided our customers with a range of free services fo help make communication easier.

As at May 15th 2020 our network has provided:

  • More than 2 Billion free SMS sent by over 40 million subscribers.
  • About 3000 Terrabytes of free data utilised to access zero-rated health websites and access our Ayoba messaging app.
  • Over 1.7 Million free money transfers by about 100,000 people using the MoMo Agent Network (offer ended May 1st).


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