4 September 2017

Namibia: Eenhana Gets Own Mobile Service Home

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) opened a brand new shop at Eenhana, which will be the 33rd store in the country to offer full range of MTC Services.

According to MTC, the shop was commissioned at a cost of N$1 million, and is situated at Ewaneno Centre, Shop 1, Sam Nujoma Drive. The operating hours will be from, Monday to Thursday 08h00 until 17h00, Fridays from 09h00 until 17h00 and Saturday's from 08h00 until 13h00.

Previously Eenhana residents and from the surroundings either had to trek to Ondangwa or Oshikango Mobile Homes, a distance of nearly 70 kilometers in each direction for services.

"We ever remain focus on our customer philosophy and promise to make sure that we provide quality telecommunication services to all our customers, where ever they are, through continuous and innovative thinking underpinned by excellent service - and the commissioning of the Eenhana mobile home is a testimony to that objective" Tim Ekandjo, the Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer at MTC said.

Ekandjo added that the Eenhana Mobile Home rests directly in the company newest strategic outlook as underwritten by its 081Every1 project which seeks to ensure 100% population density network coverage in the next two years.

Besides its own network of Mobile Homes, MTC also relies on around 60 main dealers and over three-thousand small retailers who sell a diverse variety of MTC related services to a customer base of 2 million from their business outlets, providing an unmatched footprint of MTC services country wide.

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