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J.P Etone

I will like to advice MTN to upgrade the quality of its network before running too fast. There is no need raising people`s hopes; since the introduction of MTN numbers starting with `5` it has become very difficult connect MTN numbers when calling from Europe. This is a seriouse problem. Please see how you can correct it before running to fast. It doesn`t pay to promise people heaven and earth which you cannot deliver.

MAG, E.A.

Dear MTN,
PLEASE DO SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR NETWORK.AT THE MOMENT I CAN NOT CONNECT MTN NUMBERS FROM CHINA. I WONDER HOW IT WILL BE POSSIBLE TO SEND OR RECIEVE E-MAILS,ON PHONES OR LAPTOPS!!!!

Regina Ebot

Please MTN can u people try to fix your network problem? Cos we cannot call Cameroon.

Kundu Joseph Ngoe

Please I can't understand why I should have credit on my phone but can't make a call.You gave us options like the per minute, per second and other price plans. Am trying to refer you to the present 'YELLOW NIGHT' service you do provide. Imagine what will happen if I have a serious problem by 1:30am and I have a credit of say about 80fcfa. I can't call for emergency. Where as if am on the per second price plan before the 'YELLOW NIGHT'I can make a call. So please I will suggest that 'YELLOW NIGHT' should be an option and not a compulsory one of course.Customers should be able to switch from one option to another, so that even those who have a credit below 99fcfa can make calls after the 'YELLOW NIGHT'. I will be grateful if my comment is looked upon. Thanks.

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