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MTN challenged

By Eriasa Mukiibi Sserunjogi Telecom leader explains why it’s not panicked by competitors clawing at its market share Since Warid Telecom announced a 50 percent call tariff cut mid-last month, the competition have, as expected, responded with similarly severe call tariff calls. Most mobile telephone service operators now charge Shs …

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MTN revenues grow 9% in 2009

By The Independent Team South Africa and East Africa segment posts 6% loss MTN Group last week announced an increase in revenue and subscribers for the year ended 31 December 2009, they however admitted a negative impact due to the economic crisis, the introduction of new regulations such as SIM …

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MTN boss Nhleko

By Duncan McLeod `It’s hard moving on’ It’s difficult to let go.” Phuthuma Nhleko, MTN’s group president and CEO, sounds almost rueful when I ask him why he’s decided to hang up his hat at the mobile operator. “You do a lot of soul searching,” he tells me in an …

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MTN pioneering brightens Uganda

By Independent Reporter MTN has demonstrated that innovative solutions can drive economic development even in the most under serviced areas. The company has pioneered many innovations in cellular and technological industries. Africa is the world’s fastest-growing mobile phone market with more than 40% of Africa’s population having access to a …

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MTN’s AA Fitch rating affirmed

By The Independent Team FITCH ratings have affirmed MTN Group Limited’s National Long-term ratings at AA, with Stable Outlook. The rating agency said the affirmation reflects strong subscriber growth in MTN’s markets that have relatively low mobile penetration. The Stable Outlook reflects Fitch’s view that MTN’s business profile remains well …

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MTN ceding ground, Warid biggest gainer

By Independent Team & Agencies New study predicts mobile penetration hits 40% A new report from Pyramid Research indicates that mobile penetration in Uganda is expected to increase from 39 percent in 2009 to about 70 percent by 2014. This jump will be driven by the successful liberalization of the …

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