MTN mPulse, the latest innovation from the leading ICT company, MTN Nigeria, made its debut today, Thursday 23rd August at the Landmark Events Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. The proposition designed for tweens and teens (ages 9-15) will enable them to learn and gain useful skills while having fun.
For the elaborate launch, MTN transformed the venue into an impressive wonderland tagged “mPulse Planet,” providing attendees with lots of memorable attractions and activities.
This included a Virtual Reality masterclass facilitated by a 13-year-old, JSS3 student, Obaloluwa Odelana and the youngest hyper-realism artist in Africa, Kareem Waris Olamilekan of Waspa Art both of whom inspired children at the event.
Speaking at the launch, General Manager, Consumer Marketing, Oluwole Rawa said:
“We always seek to proffer innovative and relevant solutions that enable our customers connect with their tomorrow. This platform does precisely that, providing a controlled environment where our youngsters can explore and learn more, and have fun while doing it.”
“MTN is a community of people from across the country, mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters some of who are parents themselves. We all have family connections and like you, are dedicated to protecting and nurturing a brighter future.”
The mPulse package comes with a voice plan and a fun, educative website which hosts a wide variety of courses and study aids to help children from Primary 1 to SS3 excel. The portal also provides a bouquet of single and multiplayer games as well as life skill videos. From computer programming, fashion designing, medicine and blogging to engineering, writing, data science and motivational speaking etc, there is something for every interest.
The Portal has built-in parental controls. Once a child is signed up, the registered parent/guardian can track and control what the child is accessing on the Internet.
With the launch of MTN mPulse, MTN is giving parents and guardians more ways to equip the next generation.
For more information on MTN mPulse, please go to MTN