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Does Mtn's Decision To Site Its Regional Hq In Ghana Have Political Implicatons?

i think it matters, since we provide a FULL quarter of their worldwide subscribers, and i'm sure we provide at least 25%(i'm sure its much more) of their revenue, its not as if their customer services or even the network services are 'all that' in nigeria. so for a country that provides so much for them, what do they do for us? methinks its a major insult.

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who cares?

with MTN doing this there are 400 global telecoms companies that are in line to take their spot.

MTN is also loosing ground and face in nigeria cause nigerians are overwhelmingly switching to Glo

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nigerians should stop complaning, and face the reality,theres a gang up against nigeria as a nation,many countries in africa see nigeria as big treat,our economy,people,interllectual blessed,are big concern to many nations,who are ready to blackmaill every effort nigeria as a nation makes.wealter mtn move or not nigeria remains.the only thing nigeria should do consentrate in given every tribe opportunity of leadership these will forge a very strong unity among nigerians.

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It's all about money and logistics. They spend a lot of money on diesel and other arrangements to keep their equipments and offices running 24/7.

The fact is, the situation was the same when they set up business in Nigeria and Nigerians welcomed them and sacrificed with them to make them what they are today in Nigeria. MTN rakes in billions of Naira a day in Nigeria for doing nothing but squeezing money out of their subscribers pockets without offering anything special or new and exciting products. regardless of our problems, most of their global profits is generated in Nigeria and they not only have a business obligation to leave their HQ in Nigeria, they have morale and communal obligations to stay.

I'm not a subscriber and I'm not in Nigeria so there's little I can do to show my dissatisfaction. I do encourage their subscribers in Nigeria to get rid of MTN and their products and go with local companies.

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Citizen Action is what is required here not govt action. We don't know how many jobs have been missed out on by Nigeria but one thing i know is that if we take a collective action to boycott all MTN products and services in Nigeria they will come to their senses in an instant.

It is time for Glo and Visafone to seize the initiative and let their marketing departments design penetration strategies centered around Nationalism. East Asian companies have been doing it for a while so It would not exactly be a new thing.

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MTN WITH NO MONEY (WELL THEY BORROWED MONEY) AND THEY ARE MOVING BILLIONS OUT OF NIGERIA. HOLD IT RIGHT THERE BEFORE YOU START BLAMING OUR LEADERS AS USUAL, IT IS THE ELITE THAT FAILED US NOT THE PRESIDENCY.

SOME NIGERIANS WITH THEIR INDIVIDUALISM IN BUSINESS.

AFTER 8YEARS WHICH PHONE COMPANY HAS CHALLENGED MTN?

THERE ARE MORE COMPANIES COMING AND THEY ARE DOING THE SAME THING.

TO BEAT MTN

YOU MUST HAVE A REVIEWED CONTRACT SYSTEM.

YOUR CALLS MUST BE COMPETITIVE. FOR INSTANCE WHERE I LIVE HERE THERE ARE COMPANIES THAT GIVE YOU FREE CALL DAYS. INFACT THE CALLS BETWEEN SAME MOBILE PHONE SHOULD BE FREE IT SHOULD BE A ONE TIME PAYMENT OR YOU CAN HAVE A MONTHLY RENTAL ALL CALLS BE MADE FREE.

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Its simple! Switch over to Glo. Advise your friends and Family to do the same.

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