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MTN Group has sold its equity in tower companies in both Ghana and Uganda. The company has also explained that it still does not see Jumia as a long-term strategic asset for the Group.
When you operate at the scale MTN operates, operating and investment capital is not sufficient. Political capital goes a long way to solving problems, but sometimes, as is now possibly the case in Afghanistan, it can backfire.
It's no secret that telecommunications companies across Africa have regularly complained about OTT (Over The Top) platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, Skype, and others. Ayoba seems to be MTN's answer to them as it hits 1 million active users.
Battery technology hasn’t caught up with the pace of mobile technology and all its applications. As such, the most popular option in Uganda is for users to carry a second feature phone with incredible battery life.
An interesting story of David Okwii once loading 30GB of shared data on a Thursday and by Saturday of the same week, it was already finished. When he checked hs data usage app, it said he had only used 350MB yet MTN insisted he used it all up.