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MTN South Africa’s chief enterprise officer, Lambo Kanagaratnam, has resigned from the company and will be replaced by former Cisco MD Alpheus Mangale, the telecommunications operator said on Tuesday. Lambotharan is leaving the company

MTN has introduced a token-based billing system to tackle what it describes as “simmering distress” experienced by customers who are “unwittingly billed for content services they have not subscribed for by unscrupulous wireless application service providers

MTN has launched a new suite of cloud-based business software applications in partnership with Germany’s SAP and South African software services company Britehouse. MTN Business ERP solution offers SAP’s Business One cloud-based software to its business customers and to resellers

MTN South Africa chief technical officer Lambo Kanagaratnam is moving to a new role at the operator. Effective immediately, he will head up its enterprise business division. Airtel Africa chief technology officer Eben Albertyn has taken the reins from Kanagaratnam. Albertyn was formerly chief technology officer for MTN

After more than a year of testing, MTN South Africa will on Saturday launch its fourth-generation long-term evolution (4G/LTE) network on a commercial basis in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Durban. MTN confirmed on Friday that the network would go live on 1 December

South Africans may be about to witness a race between SA’s two largest mobile operators, Vodacom and MTN, to be the first to launch commercial fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband services based on next-generation long-term evolution (LTE) technology. LTE promises much faster downloads over wireless

Johannesburg, Pretoria and Durban will be the first to get access to MTN’s commercial fourth-generation (4G) network but Cape Town will not get access to the network, at least at first, because of a lack of available spectrum in the Mother City. MTN SA chief technology officer Kanagaratnam Lambotharan says MTN is on track to launch commercial

MTN looks likely to be the first mobile operator in SA to be able to take advantage of the advanced wireless broadband functionality built into the latest iPhone from Apple. The US company on Wednesday said the iPhone 5 supports next-generation long-term evolution (LTE) wireless broadband networks offering

MTN Business is launching a range of what it calls “agnostic” applications for mobile devices specifically targeted at its corporate customers. The apps are aimed at a wide range of businesses, including those in manufacturing, health care