MTN announces new international call rates


MTN customers

JOHANNESBURG – MTN South Africa announced the launch of a new international calling promotion that would enable customers the opportunity to call selected destinations from as little as 79 cents per minute.

MTN will also introduce the new international calling bundle and subscription offers which will further discount the in-bundle rates to as low as 49c per minute to selected destinations for the promotional period.

The International Calling Promotions will run until 31 January 2015 and is designed to give travellers during the peak tourism season a cost-effective way of staying in touch with friends and family.

Larry Annetts, Chief Marketing Officer, said MTN South Africa had been able to leverage its relationship with selected MTN operations throughout Africa to bring customers low calling rates.

“There are also several international destinations that will form part of the promotion.”

“The new International Calling bundle and subscription will offer customers access to preferential international calling rates to 48 international calling destinations from 29 October until 31 January 2015.

“MTN is committed to giving its customers the way to cost-effectively stay in touch with those closest to them while they are travelling,” said Annetts.

The International Calling bundle includes R30 of inclusive value and is valid for one month from the time it is activated. Meanwhile, the subscription offer will give customers access to discounted international calling rates for an entire month at a rate of R5 per month. Customers can purchase the bundle or subscription by dialling *141*2*427#.

The new promotion, bundle, and subscription offers are available to all MTN PayAsYouGo, Top Up, MyMTNChoice, and contract customers. Countries include the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany India, Botswana, Zambia and Nigeria.

– CAJ News


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