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MTN Uganda To Send Mobile Money For Free This Christmas

MTN Uganda To Send Mobile Money For Free This Christmas

MTN Uganda, a telecommunication network has decided to give back to their customers this festive seasons. MTN Uganda scrapped the MoMo charges on sending MTN MoMo between its customers.

While making the announcement in Kampala, Stephen Mutana, the Chief Executive Officer MTN Mobile Money Company Uganda Limited said the promotion is a form in which MTN is rewarding its customers who ardently use its services.

“As we draw closer to the end of the year, we want to recognize and appreciate our customers who have continuously used MTN services. We are cognizant of how part and parcel telecommunications and mobile money has become in the lives of Ugandans. That is why we want to reward our customers with loyalty points that can be redeemed to enjoy more services,” he explained.

On top of this even the MTN senkyu points went high from just 2% to 15% from withdraw fees on MTN. Senkyu is a promotion by MTN where their customers redeem airtime, mobile money through points.

They can then use them to buy data, messages or minutes. This took effect already and is being enjoyed by MTN customers.

It’s only fair for companies to give back to their customers.

In other news previously reported by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, president Museveni has commended MTN for localising their business. This has come after MTN announced its move to float 20% of its shares on the Uganda Securities Exchange.

Apparently, the move will allow Ugandans and Africans to be partners in all the activities of the company. “Localisation is very important. It removes nationalism in business where all people become partners,” president Museveni said

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