MTC’s new sites to go live in March

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) announced this week that 111 new sites are scheduled to go live by the end of March when phase one of the 081Every1 project is expected to be complete.

MTC launches fibre broadband

Mobile operator and internet service provider, MTC, has invested in fibre optic broadband for businesses to cater for increased need for bigger capacity and faster internet speed.
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is set to repatriate about N$8 billion back to Namibia from foreign jurisdictions by the end of March next year as the country’s biggest pension fund moves to meet new regulatory requirements that pension funds should invest 45 percent of their assets locally by April next year. 

Tight security for MTC music fest

Namibia’s biggest mobile operator, MTC, has assured music lovers that they will be able to safely enjoy the 081Every1 Festival scheduled for August 11 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. 
Ever since MTC announced its 081Every1 Fest (set to take place on 11 August at the Dr Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura) last week, music lovers have cast aspersions on the success of the concert. For my part,

Nigeria’s Glo eyes MTC stake

Nigerian mobile operator, Globacom Limited or GLO, is expected to be unveiled as a technical partner of Namibia’s biggest operator MTC, reliable sources familiar with the matter told the Windhoek Observer this week.

New MTC board to decide on technical partner

Information minister, Stanley Simataa, says government will not dictate to state-owned mobile operator MTC to take on a technical partner following the exit of Samba Luxco in March this year.

Details emerge on MTC, Weathermen & Co fallout

Sources familiar with the fallout between mobile operator MTC and Weathermen & Co have alleged that the advertising agency was booted out after its failure to meet deadlines and to put a spark on marketing campaigns.
Weathermen is also alleged to have failed to organise MTC events at short notice.

MTC post-paid customers can now top up airtime

Namibia’s leading wireless and telecommunications operator, MTC, has announced the introduction of recharge services for its post-paid customers, a first for the country.

GIPF guns for MTC shares

The cash-rich Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), which had previously denied interest in MTC shares, confirmed Thursday that it was planning to buy into the mobile operator.
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