MTN responds to network problems affecting users

MTN SA general manager of network operations, Sidney Arnold, says engineers are working on resolving problems with the data network which were raised by some users on Thursday morning.

Arnold says problems started around 5am, but should be resolved as soon as possible.

You can do voice calls, but you can't do Whatsapp, internet browsing, email etc.

Sidney Arnold, MTN SA general manager of network operations

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