MTN Zambia Introducing New Range of Digital Products for 2020

MTN Zambia is set to introduce a new range of digital products and services for 2020. This “exciting” new product range stems from an effort to “bring the benefits of modern connected life to its customers,” writes Lisa Mulozi, manager of communications at MTN Zambia.

These new products are expected to enhance customer experience and deepen digital inclusion in the country, revealed MTN Zambia’s CMO, Seun Soladoye.

“Our customers are always at the heart of what we do, and we are always working hard to ensure that we offer them the best and most innovative products and services at an affordable cost. This in line with our mandate of stimulating digital transformation in Zambia and leading the discovery of a bold, new digital world for our customers,” he says.

Soladoye also revealed that a new promotion by the operator will allow customers to have access to Mingletainment and Vskit apps for a nominal subscription of $0,06 (K1) per month.

Mingletainment is a popular app that acts as a “one-stop-shop for digital entertainment”, letting people enjoy live radio or music all the while chatting and staying in contact with friends and family. Vskit is another app, popular for its creation of interesting and fun videos for entertainment.

Other than these apps, Soladoye says that MTN Customers can now enjoy TV services on their mobile phones via MTN TV+ and DStv Now data bundles.

“Our customers can now enjoy their favourite TV shows and movies on the go by downloading and using MTN TV+ for free and by subscribing to a DSTV Now Data Bundle for as low as K5 for a daily bundle. MTN Customers can also subscribe to a Weekly or Monthly Data Bundle depending on their preference and usage and then they can continue to enjoy their favourite TV shows, movies and sports wherever they are through the convenience of their Smartphone,” he ends.

More new services are expected to be released throughout March.

Edited by Luis Monzon

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