Mobile operator MTN has launched new prepaid LTE data bundles – known as BozzaGigs – that includes a 10GB offer for just R99.
In a statement on Tuesday, MTN SA’s Executive for Corporate Affairs, Jacqui O’Sullivan, said the company is “constantly” seeking to offer the best value to its customers.
“We have worked with the relevant stakeholders to ensure we keep our prices low and offer more value to customers to remain connected with our new BozzaGigs LTE,” he added.
“We believe that these extra benefits will go a long way towards offering our customers even more value and keeping them connected with their loved ones on South Africa’s best network.”
MTN BozzaGigs LTE bundles
The new MTN BozzaGigs LTE bundles, which will be available as from Wednesday, 21 April 2021, are as follows:
|R99||10GB||5GB Anytime Data + 5GB Night Express||30 days||Once off/Reoccurring|
|R129||15GB||7.5GB Anytime Data + 7.5GB Night Express||30 days||Once off/Reoccurring|
|R149||20GB||10GB Anytime Data + 10GB Night Express||30 days||Once off/Reoccurring|
How to get the deals
To buy the bundles, new prepaid customers need to buy a new Starter Pack and migrate to the MTN BozzaGigs LTE plan by dialling *137# on their phone.
Customers need to migrate to the new plan within 30 days of activating the Starter Pack.
The latest offer comes soon after MTN retained its coveted spot as South Africa’s best mobile network during the first quarter of 2021.
Using crowdsourced data, tech publication MyBroadband found that MTN achieved a network quality score of 9.73 out of a possible 10.
“MTN continues to outperform its rivals in network quality with an average download speed of 64.29Mbps during the first three months of 2021, which is significantly better than the nearest competitor network that achieved an average download speed of 32.76Mbps,” the mobile operator said in a statement last week.
According to the data, Vodacom had the second-best average download speed at 32.76Mbps, followed by Telkom at 27.83Mbps, Cell C at 20.82Mbps and Rain at 10.58Mbps.
The temporary spectrum issued last year also increased the average speeds across all mobile networks, the research found.