Wednesday, 15 January 2014

MTN Says, We Didn’t Sell Recharge Cards Above Authorised Prices

MIchael Ikpoki, CEO of MTN Nigeria

Lagos. January 13, 2014: MTN Nigeria has denied reports that it authorised retailers in some cities in Nigeria to sell its recharge cards above the recommended prices.
“We wish to inform the public that the cost of every recharge card remains the value stated on it, and MTN has not authorized any variance to this long-standing principle. Any sale of MTN recharge cards at a price higher than the value stated on the card is without MTN’s knowledge or authority”, the mobile phone company said in a statement..
MTN Nigeria encouraged subscribers in the affected cities to use other available means to recharge their lines.
“While we work to arrest this situation, we urge our esteemed customers in the affected areas to explore other options of purchasing airtime such as MTN Virtual Top Up (VTU) or MTN Auto Top-up”.

By Kayode Oladeinde Technology Reporter 

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