MTN to slash out-of-bundle data prices

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MTN to slash out-of-bundle data prices

MTN plans to reduce its out-of-bundle (OOB) data prices this year as part of an initiative to improve its data bundle adoption and revenue.

Speaking at the company’s financial results presentation for the six months ended 30 June 2018, MTN Group CEO Rob Shuter and MTN South Africa CEO Godfrey Motsa outlined the company’s plans to reduce OOB pricing.
 

system32

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Customers who use less than 5MB of data per month for three months in a row will only be charged 29c per MB out-of-bundle.
In other words no one will get the reduced rate.
 

wizardofid

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lol that is still R600.00 odd a gig OOB, once the 5mb is done, greed is still working at the end of the day.Why not do one flat rate of R0.10, afrihost has been having it......
 

lotus123

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The only way you can use the words "MTN" and "slash" in the same sentence would be "MTN continues to take a slash on it's customers". Same for VC.
 

Alacrity

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MB's Headings is always overstated! Get you hyped up over nothing (again!)


Rain slashed the OOB prices! NOT MTN!!!
 

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Read up to:

MTN plans to reduce its out-of-bundle (OOB) data prices this year as part of an initiative to improve its data bundle adoption and revenue.
:rolleyes:

No.
You're supposed to get rid of it completely...not "reduce its out-of-bundle data prices".
Fkng vultures.
:sick:
 

airborne

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Semantics are an advertising man's best friend.

A whole 5mb(T&C's apply!!!!!!!) at a still ridiculous 29c/mb, yup that should be national news.
 

wizardofid

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And to think I just started calling you mtn again.Sorry iam referring to you again as emptyN even as a contract subscriber you could have offered a better oob rate for your loyal clients
 
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