By Business Reporter
MOBILE telecommunications operator, MTC, announced this week that it has widened its countrywide footprint, by opening a MTC Mobile Home in the town of Nkurenkuru.
The Nkurenkuru Mobile Home becomes the 34th store in the country and will offer a full range of MTC services.
The operating hours will be from Monday to Thursday from 08h00 until 17h00, Fridays from 09h00 until 17h00 and Saturdays from 08h00 until 13h00.
The commissioning of the Nkurenkuru Mobile Home also sees an end to the back and forth commuting to Rundu, which was the only shop that provided MTC services in the entire Kavango, before it was divided into Kavango West and Kavango East.
Following the formation of the Kavango West region in 2014, MTC took a considered business approach, in which it informed its planners to start the necessary groundwork of finding a space to set up a shop in Nkurenkuru, to serve the newly established region.
“This very strategic shop; had it not been for the challenges we encountered, in finding a suitable premises, it would have been a reality long time ago (in 2016). However, we are glad to state that the residents of Nkurenkuru are now indeed part of the 081 family, with their own shop.
“The Nkurenkuru Mobile Home just like the Eenhana Mobile Home, which opened its doors last month and rests directly in the company’s newest strategic outlook, as underwritten by its 081Every1 project, which seeks to ensure 100 percent population density network coverage in the next two years,” MTC Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer, Tim Ekandjo, said.
Besides its own network of Mobile Homes, MTC also relies on dealers and over 3 000 small retailers, which sell a diverse variety of MTC-related services to a customer base of 2 million, from their business outlets; thus providing an unmatched footprint of MTC services countrywide.
The Nkurenkuru Mobile Home is located at the Matukuchila Complex (Shop No.5) and is manned by two staff members.
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