MTN recognized as the most admired brand in Uganda

MTN Uganda's Joseph Bogera receiving the Award from Mr. Amos Wekesa

MTN was last week recognized as the most admired African brand in Uganda based on spontaneous consumer responses in Brand Africa 100: Africa’s Best Brands 2020 survey carried out across 27 African countries.

Organized by Brand Africa in conjunction with Publics Africa and the Public Relations Association Uganda (PRAU). The awards were tamed at recognising brands that have created a positive image for Africa on top of showcasing its diversity to drive competitiveness.

While Representing MTN Uganda at the award ceremony, Mr Joseph Bogera the MTN Uganda General Manager – Sales and Distribution inked the brand’s courage to progress every day to deliver on their belief that everyone deserves the benefits of a modern connected life as he said:

“This award is an endorsement of our efforts towards keeping every Ugandan connected.  We are pleased to be connecting over 13 million customers enjoying MTN’s quality voice and data services across all the 135 districts in Uganda with over 7 Million transacting on our Mobile Money platform”

Joseph Bogera – General Manager, MTN Uganda

The Award comes at a time when MTN Group is celebrating over 100million actively connected data users across 21 African countries. In Uganda, the telco celebrates over 13million data + voice customers after being recognized with an Award for the best network services earlier this year.

So, the new Award that comes at a time when its mother company MTN Group is celebrating 100+ million customers across the continent, MTN Uganda continues to strengthen its position as the country’s telecommunications Big Dog.

“Our mission is to lead the delivery of a bold, new digital world to our customers, We are delighted to have connected 100 million of our customers to the power of the internet as we have increase data coverage and reduced the cost to communicate across our market” ” said the MTN Group President and CEO Rob Shuter.”

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