MTN customers to pay more -check here


Customers of telecom giant MTN will pay more for talk time and data after a 1% increase in Levi’s National Health Insurance (NHI).

According to a statement from the telecommunications company, the government’s introduction of Covid-19 Health Recovery Levy has resulted in an increase in the NHI tax which means that customers will have to pay more effectively on May 1, 2021.

In the 2021 budget, the government announced that it would introduce a Covid-19 health tax of 1% on the value-added tax, the flat rate scheme and 1% on the national health insurance tax as part of revenue measures to help the economy recover.

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Read the MTN statement in full:

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