MTN Nigeria Communication PLC has raised the alarm over wanton vandalisation of its sites and infrastructure, as well as national assets in the South East and Nigeria, in general.
Global Information and Communication Technology infrastructure provider, Huawei, has signed a tripartite partnership with MTN Nigeria and Baze University, Abuja, to harness the power of fifth-generation (5G) technology and unlock opportunities for educational institutions and businesses across Nigeria. The groundbreaking 5GtoB launch event, where the technology firms and Baze University signed a memorandum of understanding…
Technology firm, MTN is investing in green energy technologies to achieve Nigeria’s 2050-2070 net zero target.
MTN Group has restated its commitment to Nigeria’s development.The Group Chief Executive Officer and President, Ralph Mupita, stated this when he met with the Vice President of Nigeria, Sen. Kashim Shettima, on the sidelines of the BRICS ....
MT CEO, Ralph Mupita. Pix: SocietyNow MTN has agreed on a deal to sell a stake in its fintech business to Mastercard for an undisclosed sum, in line with the operator’s long-term goal of raising cash from asset sales and its financial services platform. In its H1 earnings announcement, the South Africa-based company said it…
Airtel and MTN Nigeria grew their service revenues by an average of 22.3 per cent in their 2023 half-year (H1) operations.
Negative sentiment resurfaced in the equities sector of the market yesterday, as profit-taking in many blue-chip stocks, especially MTN Nigeria (MTNN) and Unilever, dragged the all-share index (ASI) by 0.5 per cent.
The Group President and CEO of MTN, Ralph Mupita, alongside other board members and leaders of the Nigerian arm, paid a courtesy visit to President Bola Tinubu recently during which they committed to deepening investments in Nigeria.
The telecommunications and Information Services sector in Nigeria, in the first quarter of 2023, contributed N2.508 trillion, in terms of financial value contribution to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), representing 14.13 per cent.
A major contributor to the perennial drop in quality of service has been identified as cuts to fibre optic cables belonging to telecommunications operators in the country.
The adoption of the Fifth Generation (5G) network is fast expanding as MTN disclosed that it has activated over 700 sites across 13 cities since its launch in August 2021.