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mtn.

or mtn,

mountain.
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According to him, MTN mobile money, for the past ten years had made live very convenient and stress free, time saving and secure in doing business transactions for its teeming clients.
services products and services across the MTN footprint.
Since MTNa[euro](tm)s initial investment in 2006, MTN Cyprus has increased its market share from 14% to 32.8% and its subscribers from 105,000 to 316,000 as at 30 September 2012.
Turkcell, which lost the 2004 bid for the Iranian license to MTN, filed the suit in a US federal court in Washington, accusing the Johannesburg-based firm of using its influence with Pretoria to arrange support for Iran's military.
MTN said Turkcell has accused the South African group of bribing government officials and pressing Pretoria to endorse Iran's nuclear programme in exchange for rights to an Iranian GSM mobile operating licence.
MTN said that it was able to attract 170,000 mobile money customers and 340 agents after the project was launched as a pilot programme in July last year.
2 November 2011 - US mortgage lender Fannie Mae (OTCBB:FNMA) said Tuesday that it would redeem USD250m (EUR181.9m) of principal amounts of medium-term notes (MTNs).
9 March 2010 - Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson AB (STO: ERIC B) will expand the 3G network of MTN Ghana, part of South African telecoms operator MTN Group Ltd (JNB: MTN), Ericsson's spokesman, Minako Nakatsuma-Olofzon, confirmed today for Swedish newswire Nyhetsbyran Direkt.
Kusa said that MTN is preparing a surprise for its subscribers as the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is approaching.
In turn, MTN and its shareholders would acquire an approximate 36% economic interest in Bharti, of which 25% would be held by MTN with the remainder held directly by MTN shareholders.
But Bharti, India's leading mobile operator, said it had called off the talks after MTN proposed a new structure which would have seen the Indian group becoming a unit of the South African-based mobile phone operator.