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MTN’s RT15 agreement with the South African government makes it easy for state employees to access affordable and reliable data connectivity to conduct their important work in 2024 

In 2021, MTN forged a groundbreaking partnership with the South African government through the RT15 agreement, a move that has significantly facilitated state employees' access to cost-effective and dependable data connectivity for their crucial tasks in 2024

In 2021, MTN entered into a groundbreaking RT15 agreement with the South African government, marking a pivotal moment in the company's dedication to fostering economic and social growth within the country. Functioning as the official mobile service provider to the government, this partnership granted MTN the privilege to design specialised packages for state departments and their employees.

Over the course of the last three years, the RT15 collaboration has evolved into a mutually beneficial arrangement, providing state employees with unparalleled value in terms of affordable and reliable data connectivity. MTN has meticulously refined its RT15 offerings, ensuring they cater comprehensively to the diverse needs of government employees.

The key components of MTN's RT15 deals include uncapped data without any fair use policy, unlimited closed user group minutes and SMSs, voice minutes for calls to other networks, and a diverse range of smartphones. These services have proven indispensable across various professional spheres in 2024, facilitating seamless connectivity, unrestricted access to crucial resources, and eliminating the constraints of data limits.

Government employees also enjoy supplementary data and minutes allocations for personal use, with the option to top up at their own expense, further enhancing the flexibility and convenience of the MTN RT15 agreement.

Looking forward, MTN remains committed to its role in contributing to South Africa's social and economic growth. Beyond the RT15 agreement, the company is dedicated to ensuring widespread access to telecommunications and connectivity services, particularly in rural areas.

MTN's initiatives include an ultra-rural network expansion, reaching communities like Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape and Msinga and Mhlabuyalingana in KwaZulu-Natal with LTE connectivity. The MTN Foundation has been instrumental in advancing education by connecting over 300 schools to date, benefiting countless students and communities. These initiatives are made possible through MTN's network modernization, 5G deployment, and network resilience programs.

In line with its overarching strategy, MTN's focus is on bridging the digital divide by connecting the unconnected. The company is unwavering in its commitment to ensuring that every South African, regardless of economic status or location, has access to reliable, seamless connectivity, and the best value products. As MTN continues to expand its initiatives in 2024 and beyond, it remains a key player in advancing the technological landscape and promoting inclusivity in South Africa.