MTN Ghana introduces Mobile Money to staff

mtnMTN Ghana at the weekend introduced a new product, MTN Mobile Money (MMM), to its staff at a Family Fun Day.

The day was to afford the staff of MTN Ghana and their families the opportunity to share in the success of the company by participating in fun games and a music night.

The occasion which was also used to launch an online newsletter for the company, was organized in collaboration with Coca-Cola Ghana Limited and Unilever Ghana Limited.

MTN took advantage of the day to introduce the new product, MMM, which is due to be launched officially next week.

The product is designed to enable customers who subscribe to it to create a “Mobile Money Wallet” with authorized merchants and be able to buy MTN credit, transfer money to other subscribers and also to make payments even to non-subscribers.

Activities for the day included football, and cooking competitions among the various departments of MTN; Human Resource, Corporate Services, Marketing, Finance and Customer Service.

In the football competition, Customer Services Department emerged as champions and were presented with a trophy. In the cooking competition, Corporate Service Department were champions, and took home a Magi Hamper and a certificate.

Deserving members of staff were also presented with certificates for their outstanding performance on the MTN values – Customer Service, Knowledge Share and Star Performance.

Other certificates were awarded for gold, silver and bronze performance in a special category tagged Innovation hub, for workers, through whose innovation, the company made extra money.

Source: GNA

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  1. nana quadjo says

    MTN is really doing well but they need to stop the adverts and concentrate on improving their network services.

  2. Micheal ofori says

    Mtn is really doing well,l can’t wait to be partarker of this(mmm)system.congrats and l will plead with them to work on their network coverage sometimes its very poor.kwesi-Aburi

  3. Mohammad Yousaf Ayoubi says

    MTN regional footprint has been extended in both African and Asian countries. I personally like their promotional strategies which have been used in the countries where MTN has coverage. In Afghanistan, MTN has not been very initiative for offering and introducing latest services. Their market share is not as Roshan Telecom (The leading telecommunication company in Afghanistan with more 40+ market share and 3.5 active subscriber). In fact, MTN was the first GSM provider who offered per second billing policy in Afghanistan and later on, all GSM providers changed their billing policy from per minute to per second.

    MTN has a good perception of cheap domestic calls in Afghanistan and also offers reasonable international calls to Top-10 destinations.

  4. Lord wallace says

    To be frank, mtn just takes pride in having the largest mkt share but does not care about the plight of customers.pls improve before we all defect one day, some have started.

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