MTN Uganda invests in data and switching centre

Data centre will support MTN's new business unit in Uganda
Data centres, Telecoms Middle East and Africa, Uganda

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MTN Uganda has launched a multi-million dollar data and switching centre in Mutundwe, just outside Kampala city centre, and a new MTN business unit.

This launch goes hand-in-hand with that of the new MTN Business Unit which will provide converged communications solutions.

MTN Business will focus on small and medium enterprises (SME) and MTN’s corporate customers by provide various products and services.

The unit will be the arm of MTN Uganda responsible for providing business solutions that will satisfy the needs of its corporate clientele.

“MTN Business will offer a wide range of business solutions through an array of technology options to suit our customers’ business needs both in and out of the office, locally and internationally.

Customers can focus on their core business and MTN will deliver the needed communications solutions”, said Katlego Arnone, general manager, MTN Business.

Mazen Mroué, CEO, MTN Uganda, added: “Over the next two to five years, it will be important for players in the industry to invest in converged communications solutions in order to remain relevant. The industry will continue to be a key driver of government revenue and transformation of lives - both in the business and personal space.

MTN has been present in Uganda for 14 years and has some 14 million subscribers in the country.
 

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