MTN Uganda cuts half of its charges on mobile money

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MTN Uganda has cur half of its mobile money charges that the customers use while sending money; this has been done in a promotion that is aimed at giving back to customers.


MTN banner showing reduces charges

MTN Uganda Chief Executive Officer, Wim Vanhelleputte, said that the new offer that will run for eight weeks is in line with MTN’s commitment to driving financial inclusion in Uganda while delivering easier and more affordable services to its customers.

“MTN mobile money is an easy to use mobile money transfer service that is fast and reliable, with transactions being completed in seconds so we are happy to be offering our customers’ even more reason to use the service as we celebrate their continued patronage,” Vanhelleputte said at the launch.

“We have built the largest and most robust network and continue to invest significantly to always delight our customers with great, affordable, efficient, safe and convenient offers.”

MTN Mobile Money, the first and largest mobile money service in Uganda has been at the forefront of financial inclusion in Uganda since it was first launched several years ago.

MTN mobile money currently enjoys the ‘lion’s’ share of Mobile Money market with over 8.8 million mobile money subscribers. Since its inception, the service has seen over 30 trillion shillings in transactions.