Posts Tagged ‘MTN Nigeria’

Trial Set To Begin For e-SIM – MTN Nigeria

MTN Nigeria Plc has recently confirmed that they have been given a green light by the Nigerian Communications Commission(NCC) to begin trial for their ingrained SIM services on the Network. MTN Chief’s Transformation Officer, Bayo Adekanmbi, gave confirmation to the recent development, during a media launch of the e-SIM, he said the the SIM, would […]

Mobile network subscribers decry fast depletion of data

A cross section of mobile network subscribers have complained of huge costs incurred on mobile data provided by the mobile network operators and called for an increase in data bundle. The subscribers spoke in separate interviews with newsmen in Lagos on Friday. They complained that once they recharged their lines, the data got depleted in […]

MTN Bows to Pressure, Cancels USSD Charges

MTN Nigeria yesterday confirmed that it has suspended its plan to implement charges around the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) code being used for bank transactions. The suspension came on the heels of the directive given by the Minister of Communications, Dr. Isa Pantami, calling on the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the telecoms industry regulator, […]

BREAKING| MTN, DStv, Shoprite gets 7 days ultimatum to leave Nigeria

The meeting between @abikedabiri and @NANSNIG has ended with a resolution that @MTNNG, MultiChoice (@DStvNg), @Shoprite_NG and other South African-owned companies in Nigeria should stop operation and quit the business environment within seven days. This was necessitated by the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerian citizens in south Africa. More details shortly…

BREAKING| MTN in fresh FIRS troubles, invesment committment falls by 67%

The Federal Inland Revenue Service has queried MTN Nigeria for deducting tax from the ₦330 billion fine it paid the NCC for SIM card infraction. The FIRS boss, Babatunde Fowler, who insisted that the telecommunication giant still has an issue to resolve despite “paying” the fine, said the company does not have the right to […]

$2 Billion Tax Dispute: MTN Nigeria Shares Plunges To Lowest Level Since Listing

Following the Wednesday adjournment of the tax dispute lawsuit between Nigeria and telecommunications giant, MTN Nigeria, the shares of the company have dropped on Thursday to their lowest level since the firm was listed last May. The court case between Nigeria and MTN Group was adjourned until October 29. Analysts said the court adjournment created […]