MTN insurance unit passes 12-million customer mark
Group is seeking to capitalise on African countries with low insurance penetration
17 June 2021 - 19:05Mudiwa GavazaMTN, which has been pursuing new areas of growth beyond its traditional mobile business, says its microinsurance unit now has more than 12-million users as it seeks to capitalise on African countries with low insurance penetration.
MTN has been on a strong push in recent years to diversify its business, pursuing new revenue streams in mobile data, technology and related communications services to businesses, wholesale network services, fintech and digital services...BPremiumThis article is reserved for our subscribers.
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