Acting Minister of Communications and Information Technology Emphasizes MTN Connection to Real-Time Data Management Systems

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Thu, Nov 14 2019 1:04 PM
تأکید سرپرست و نامزد وزیر مخابرات بر پیوستن شرکت MTN به سیستم ریل‌تایم

Acting minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Fahim Hashimi during a meeting with the chief executive of MTN Telecommunications Company retaining his emphasis on transparent collection 10% telecom taxes urged the network to connect to the Real Time Data Management system on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.

Minister Hashimi has also emphasized that the provision of telecommunications and internet services by MTN should be improved so that citizens can benefit from its quality services.

Meanwhile, MTN’s chief executive, assured full readiness to join the Rail Time Data Management system, saying the company is also working to improve the quality of its telecommunications and internet services and has essential development plans to improve the telecommunication services of the network.

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