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MTN is helping government change lives on South Africa’s best network

MTN Business was recently appointed on the RT15-2021 as an official mobile service provider to the South African government and is delighted to be serving and improving the lives of the citizens of South Africa.

At this crucial time, MTN Business is enabling government to rollout social services like grant disbursement on its best network. Learn more about the MTN Business products for government entities.

This partnership also provides amazing opportunities for the South African government to rollout new and improved social services seamlessly.

MTN Business celebrates the opportunity to uplift South African lives through its status as an official mobile service provider.

As a level 1 B-BBEE contributor, it looks forward to demonstrating that the company is committed to empowerment and transformation locally.

The company says they are looking forward to serving our state, as part of the panel of service providers to government, with their cost-effective and quality solutions that will help facilitate government’s’ work in serving the people of South Africa.

It believes that the relationship with the government has incredible potential for unprecedented national change.

Two unique offerings

As part of its bid to empower the nation, MTN Business has developed two unique offerings that are available to qualifying state employees to enjoy:

  • Uncapped data with no Fair Usage Policy (FUP)
  • Uncapped Closed User Group (CUG) minutes
  • Uncapped Closed User Group (CUG) SMSs
  • Voice minutes to call other networks
  • Variety of smartphones

Enterprise Sharing is a customisable and scalable solution that lets state institutions size their shared voice, data, Closed User Group voice usage, and SMS bundles at cost-effective rates.

These products are available through a standardised billing structure that is scalable and simple to manage.

The second solution is called Business All Day, and lets users pay for the resources they use on a monthly basis. This package is based on flat rates that are set for voice, data, SMS, and Closed User Group voice usage.

Government entities can also configure spend limits for each user and can monitor and manage these at an institutional level. Users get access to a selection of services on demand, too, and can monitor their own spend limits through alerts.

Both of these offerings will involve MTN Business splitting the state employee’s SIM card into an enterprise wallet and a personal wallet, with the state institution allocating resources and managing the enterprise wallet.

The personal wallet is then the responsibility of the user and is what they will use for their non-work mobile costs.

Learn more about the MTN Business products for government entities.

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