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MTN's GM Corporate Affairs explains the Mask...

COVID-19 | MTN Uganda recently launched a Mask campaign dubbed "Wear It for Me". The campaign that will run throughout the month of September is hinged...

MTN in sh700m partnership with Tooro Kingdom...

MTN has also committed to supporting the annual Empango or coronation celebrations over the period of the partnership.

MTN urges Ugandans to wear masks in Covid-19...

To help drive this much-needed change in behaviour, MTN has committed its September 2020 marketing resources such as advertisements towards encouraging...

Thousands of lives impacted by MTN MoMoNyabo...

As suggested by the name “MoMo Nyabo Together”, the promotion saw the winners sharing some of their prize money with their loved ones or communities.

New Vision, MTN-Uganda in game changing E-PAPER...

Kabushenga noted that during the five-month free e-paper access, about 20,000 people signed up to consume the digital version of the paper, which he said...

New Vision, MTN partner to boost access to...

Vision Group has partnered with MTN Uganda to enable its newspaper readers pay for e-paper content using mobile money. Speaking during a virtual signing...

MTN registers profit growth as businesses...

MTN revenues grew by 7.6% to sh900b in the period while data incomes rose from sh128b to sh167b, representing a 30% growth.

Meet Stephen Mutana, MTN Uganda's General...

He acknowledges that the positive impact achieved by Mobile Money in the Ugandan society today is largely due to an enabling regulatory environment.

Why FUBA has no sponsorship

Since Airtel’s three-year deal ended in 2014, the NBL has not had a title sponsor. Put differently, it has not had decent money.

Meet Joseph Bogera, MTN General Manager Sales,...

My focus now is spearheading key change initiatives through a robust Digital Distribution ecosystem which will create long-lasting value for our Customers,...

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