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device, and allows MTN to recognise you as a user when you return to the MTN online store
website using the same computer and web browser.
There are different types of cookies. Here are two examples.
cookie – this cookie is set once you’ve logged on to a website. The next time
you visit the website, the persistent cookie will allow the website to recognise you as an
existing user or registered user so you will not need to log in before using the services.
However if you wish to access or change any of your payment information (like a credit
card number) or your registered information, you must log in securely again with your
password, even if your computer contains a persistent cookie.
cookie – this cookie is used to identify a particular visit to a website. Session
cookies expire after a short time or when you close your web browser.
You can remove or block cookies using the settings in your browser, but in some cases
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Swapping countries doesn’t mean you have to swap SIM cards too.
Taking advantage of International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) technology, IMSI Onseller enables international network providers to access the MTN network.
With this nationwide access, international networks can offer cheaper connectivity rates to their customers who use Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine devices in South Africa.
ISMI Onseller ensures that end-users pay local MTN data rates instead of Roaming costs. At the same time, the international network provider can offer a more convenient and cost-effective solution to its customers in South Africa
Seamless Access Point Name (APN) entries
SIM lifecycle automation
Improved customer experience
Through an IoT remote subscription management service, international network providers can ‘white label’ MTN SA IMSI profiles on their IoT platform and infrastructure.
This enables customers of an international network provider to use the MTN network.
These customers will then no longer need to change the SIM cards on their IoT or telemetry devices to access an internationally provided product or service.
To ensure immediate compatibility with the MTN network, partner network providers must have a Home Location Register, a Gateway GPRS Support Node and a Short Message Service Center.
However, MTN can facilitate access to its network if the partner network provider does not have access to these technologies.
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