Free Browsing From MTN?

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mtn2The telecoms sector in Nigeria, and indeed globally, is one which has witnessed tremendous competition, with players doing everything possible to be in control of the market, to say the least or drive away competitors from the market at the most.

One of such players in Nigeria is obviously, MTN Nigeria. With a wide coverage and service quality which is very good and which competitors are battling to beat, MTN is certainly on top of the game and still not done yet.

One area where MTN has shown its “muscles” is their attractive tariff plans. These includes TruTalk, Smooth Talk Plus, iPulse, SuperSaver Plus and others. If you are an MTN subscriber, you can find their tariff plans by dialing *123*2* 

I chose the iPulse tariff plan because of the very attractive features which you can find by clicking here. However, one feature you will not find there is the addition of free browsing…yes ! FREE BRWOSING ! iPulse now comes with free browsing from 1.00a.m to 5.00 a.m daily when you spend at least N200 during the day. As MTN puts it, its “Only on MTN iPulse.” Imagine browsing for free for 4 hours. The only downside is that you have to stay awake across the night. However, if you have very important and profitable things to do online, the vigil is worth it 🙂

So, if you are not on iPulse, you might consider migrating to this plan.

How to migrate?
Simply dial *406# or send 406 in an SMS to 131. You can also migrate by dialing *123*2*3#

How much does it cost?
Its free. Yes, free ! So, tell someone by sharing this valuable info 🙂

That’s it. Wishing happy browsing……on iPulse 🙂

Cheers 🙂

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Michael M.

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