Chief Executive Officer of MTN, Selorm Adadevoh says subscribers who bought data between December 1 and midnight of December 3, should expect a 100% bonus.

According to him, it is compensation for what the customers had lost during the period.

At a press conference at the Headquarters of the telecommunication company, he stated the challenge they encountered was as a result of a decision to stop upfront deductions and introduce tariff increases in relation to the CST.

“We apologise sincerely to our customers on behalf of myself, my team and MTN for the issues that they’ve faced. We’re doing everything we can to ensure that we resolve them, immediately.”

“In view of that anyone who purchased a data bundle between December 1 and midnight tonight [Tuesday] would receive, the same value back, as our way of saying ‘We dey for you’. That process would start by 6 pm today,” Mr Adadevoh said.

The CEO added that customers should see an increase in data volume adding that “customers should get the level of values that they were expecting, by tomorrow morning.”

He revealed that the plan to move away from preset values and introduce flexibility in the purchase of data bundles also accounted for the anomalies experienced by customers.

Mr Adadevoh stated that the implementation of the CST while introducing the no expiry bundle, a commercial product they decided to introduce, did not go as planned.

“We thought that it (no expiry bundle) would give our customers  a lot more value, that plus the Flexi bundles would mean that we have given them more flexibility.”

“It was really about giving back value to customers but we didn’t get the implementation to reflect that so we’ll correct that tonight,” he added.

Mr Adadevoh stated that issues with using Momo for purchases have also been resolved.

He said that “customers who made purchases and did not receive the data bundle have been refunded.”


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