Kigali - Yesterday, 23rd June, 2017, at the MTN Headquarters in Nyarutarama, MTN Rwanda donated a cheque of 1.5M Francs to enable 500 members of the Rwandan Muslim Community get their Mutuelle de Sante to enable them access health care services. This was part of MTN’s drive to support the Muslim communities
MTN Rwanda today announced the introduction of MTN Irekure, a new and customized voice bundles product which gives customers a balance of choice, affordability and flexibility when calling on the MTN network.
Johannesburg – MTN Rwanda has received official notification of a fine equivalent to US$ 8,5 million from the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA). The fine relates to non-compliance with the Directives issued by the regulator prohibiting the inclusion of MTN Rwanda in the MTN South and East Africa (SEA) IT hub based in Uganda
(Kigali) – The Rwanda edition of the International Trade Centre’s SheTrades initiative was today launched in Kigali by First Lady Mrs Jeannette Kagame. During the launch mobile-phone provider MTN Rwanda also announced it would be offering women entrepreneurs free downloads and free browsing of the ITC SheTrades mobile application. Launched in September 2015, the SheTrades Initiative will connect 1 million women to markets by 2020.
Kigali – MTN Rwanda, the leading telecommunications provider has launched a first-of-its-kind service in Rwanda with “MTN Internet Me2U”, a peer-to-peer (P2P) data sharing solution in partnership with U2opia Mobile with an aim to raise internet penetration and make internet easily accessible for its subscriber base. MTN Internet Me2U is powered by Fonepass, U2opia mobile’s sponsored data platform, and it allows all prepaid users to share data MBs between friends and family on the network.
ENGEN customers can now purchase fuel, lubricants and other goods using MTN Mobile Money. With this launch, MTN Mobile Money customers will be able to make transactions at all 10 ENGEN stations in Kigali, with an expected rollout to up-country stations by early 2017
KIGALI - In yet another exciting development in Mobile Money innovation, MTN Rwanda, the country’s telecommunications leader has teamed up with VeriFone Mobile Money to introduce MTN Tap&Pay, the first Near Field Communication (NFC) mobile money payment solution in Rwanda.