MTN Offers Subscribers Data Access To SME Learning Platforms

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MTN Nigeria, a leading technology company, has announced a new offer of up to 2GB of data for accessing content in text, image, or video format on any of its partner learning platforms. Nigerian MSMEs can access online training programs and seminars to improve their business operations through the specialized data bundles.

MTN is partnering with reputable organisations that provide focused developmental solutions for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to deliver the training. The partner organisations currently include global technology giant Google, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), foremost non-profit organisation, Fate Foundation, and Pan-Atlantic University’s Enterprise Development Centre (EDC), among others. The data bundles being provided by MTN have been optimised to work on digital platforms such as websites and mobile apps of the partner organizations.

Commenting on the partnership, Chief Enterprise Business Officer, Lynda Saint-Nwafor said the offer is a testament to MTN’s commitment to making its customers’ lives brighter. “By simply dialling *460*00# customers can subscribe to our e-learning bundle and their data bonus wallet will be activated with up to 2GB worth of data. Customers can use the data to access learning materials on any of our partner SME learning platforms,” she concluded.

Customers can activate the learning bundle via USSD and SMS by dialling *460*200# or sending Learn to 131 respectively. The bundle subscription is available to all MTN prepaid subscribers.

Customers can also check their bundle balance on *460*4*3#, *131*4# and *556#.

The bonus data is designed to deplete with use on any of the platforms. Usage is cumulative and the offer is as low as N200 with a seven-day validity.


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