Mobile operator partners with Cheki to provide car tracking devices

Car dealers in the Northern part of the country can now track their automobiles thanks to the partnership with MTN and Cheki.


MTN and Cheki have collaborated to provide car tracking devices.

This is expected to assist customers with vehicle recoveries, and ensure that customers have full control of their vehicles all the time, according to Mr. Ayoola Ajagbe, SME Account Partner, Enterprise Solution for MTN Nigeria.

He also said that the device allows customers to set and regulate speed limits, trace the locations of their vehicles, and shutdown their stolen vehicles with their phones.

Speaking at Cheki's annual Abuja Dealers’ Forum 2015, Mrs. Tomi Hodonu, General Manager Cheki Nigeria, said she was happy that they were tackling automobile security issues in Nigeria.

“ChekiNigeria is indeed very proud to be working with a highly respected brand like MTN, especially regarding issues we are very passionate about as an organisation.


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