MTN partners Uber to offer free ride to subcribers
7 April 2017
Ghana’s leading telecommunications service provider, MTN, has announced a partnership agreement with Uber Ghana to offer free rides for MTN customers.
Through this partnership, MTN subscribers will enjoy two free rides with Uber, with each ride capped at GHC15.00. MTN subscribers will be notified to download the Uber App onto their phones and register.
A special code will be provided by MTN to enable the subscriber access these free rides from Uber. The customer will be required to add the promo code in the payment section of the App to enjoy the service.
Commenting on the partnership, the Chief Marketing Officer for MTN Ghana, Mr. Asher Khan, expressed his excitement at the opportunity MTN is offering to its customers. He indicated that the services provided by Uber Ghana epitomize the bold new digital world MTN seeks to enable for subscribers.
“In the very near future, technology will drive every aspect of our lives through the introduction of Internet Of Things, where with a click of a button, one can undertake domestic activities, financial transactions, and manage security at their convenience. “Uber App is just a tip of the many big things to be made available to all through technology,” he said.
In a related development, MTN has renewed its partnership with Emirates Airlines for another year, to offer special discounts to MTN subscribers. Subscribers travelling to Dubai will enjoy 20% and 25% discounts on economy and business class tickets respectively to Dubai.
Additionally, subscribers will enjoy 15% and 20% off economy and business class tickets respectively to 82 other destinations across Africa, Europe, Asia, Middle East and the US. Tickets of Emirates Airlines can be purchased using the MTN Mobile Money payment option.
Free rides on Uber and discounted fares on Emirates Airlines follow other loyalty reward schemes instituted by MTN to reward its customers.
MTN remains committed to making the lives of its customers a whole lot brighter hence its quest to partner organizations providing essential services to add more value to customer experience.
Source: Ghana Web