The recovery in MTN shares, which have gained 99.7% since their low point in March 2020, has put the company in the spotlight, with fund managers saying this may be a good time to invest in MTN, citing growth in the mobile payments platform.

Analysts say the company’s share price is still undervalued, adding that greater demand for telecommunications during the global lockdown will boost the company’s growth.  

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