The new enlarged flagship MTC Oshakati Mobile Home retail shop re-opened yesterday for business, following a two months relocation exercise from the Etango Complex to the new modern Mvula Centre, situated at Dr Augustinho Street in Oshakati, the mobile company announced today.
Owing to the growth of customers in Oshakati and the surrounding area, the old shop retail space had grown smaller – obliging MTC management to consider new retail shop with a space large enough to cater for the growing number of MTC customers, it says in a statement.
The Oshakati Mobile Home is the largest of the eight mobile homes in the northern regions and serves on average over 1000 customers per day.
“The relocated shop has been docked with an air of MTC’s look and feel livery of its corporate colours. It will be man by a competent and highly trained staff of eight, who will offer all MTC services, such as data, contract renewals, new individuals application, business applications, prepayment,” the statement reads.
The cost for the relocation and setting up of the new shop was N$1 million.
With an enlarged reception hall size, the new sleek looking Oshakati Mobile Home is the choice of shop for the Telecommunications giant’s customers in the Namibia largest town in the north.
The Oshakati mobile home continues on the excellent well founded tradition of MTC by ensuring that at all times we will provide the essential telecommunications products and services immediately to our customers in whatever part of the country without delay or haste.
This is what MTC is for and we will not renegade on that promise because as a service provider it showcase is that not only that top class modern communications systems is easily accessible across the country, but also that MTC recognize the importance of making these services available upon in all corners of the country Namibia” said Tim Ekandjo, Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer.
“Besides the Mobile homes, MTC also relies on a network of around 59 main dealers and over three thousand small retailers who sell MTC vouchers from their outlets, bearing testimony to MTCs drive to directly and indirectly empower Namibian entrepreneurs,” it states.