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MTN’s New M-Pulse Tarriff Plan Gives 1.2GB For N150 : Here’s How To Subscribe

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MTN Nigeria is launching a new plan and a new website for mostly teenagers and kids between the ages of 9 – 15yrs dubbed  “MTN mPulse”, and it promisesto give 1.2GB for N150. Of course you can trust that I’ll definitely try making this plan work for everyone but before that let me explain what Mpulse is about.

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MTN mPulse is an innovative new prepaid service specially designed to equip young students in Nigerian schools with relevant life and digital skills for success in a constantly evolving world, helping them to Learn, Play and Shine. The service has two basic features: the mPulse tariff and the mPulse website.

The MTN mPulse Prepaid Plan
MTN mPulse is a basic prepaid plan that allows Pre-Teen and Teen customers between the age bracket of 9 and 15 years enjoy, Special data bundles, Special Birthday reward, lots of other exciting offers and National calls at 15k/secs



mPulse Tarrif Benefits
The mPulse tariff gives students lots of freebies including:

  • N200 Birthday Reward: mPulse Customers will be rewarded with a birthday gift of N200 on the day of their birthday as long as their birthday details are captured before the birthday.
  • Free WhatsApp for 7 days every month: Customers on MTN mPulse plan will enjoy 7 days free WhatsApp access upon first recharge of N100 and above in a calendar month.
  • Bonus on recharge 10MB on N100; 20MB on N200 (7 day bonus validity)- on first recharge in a calendar week ( 7 days).
  • Parent-Child Link: For ease and convenience, a parent will be able to link a child’s number to her/his number and automatically share a set amount of airtime/data on a weekly/monthly basis.

mPulse Website Benefits
The mPulse website provides resources for primary, junior and senior secondary school students to develop their strengths and passions. It features certified preparation materials and past questions for Common Entrance, JSCE, WAEC, JAMB, Post UME, intellectual games and a wide array of skill development tutorial videos.

MTN mPulse Data Plans
There are 2 special data plans which students on mPulse tariff can buy to access the mPulse website:

>>350MB for N50 (weekly plan)

>>1.2GB for N150 (Monthly plan)

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How to Migrate to MTN mPulse Plan
>> Dial *344*1# from a new or existing MTN SIM
>>Send ‘mPulse’ to 131

>>Download MyMTNApp, go to tariff plan and select mPulse

Note: I’m actually working on a way to tunnel this so it can work on every SIM Card. It might take a few days so keep an eye on this blog for the post. Sharing this post would go along way.

Frequently Ask Question (FAQ)


Q. How do I sign up to the mPulse website?

A. Go to www.mtnonline.com/mpulse in your browser • In the Login/Sign Up section, Click the I’m a Student icon or I’m a Parent icon and enter all the information required to register.

Q. Will I be charged for joining mPulse website?
A. No, sign up to mPulse website is totally free!

Q. I’m a student, what do I stand to gain if I join the mPulse website?

A. You will gain access to the following:
• Certified preparation materials for Common Entrance, WAEC, NECO, JAMB and PostUME
• Past Questions and Answers on Common Entrance, WAEC, NECO, JAMB and PostUME
• Youtube Tutorial videos on wide variety of topics: Technology, Programming, Leadership, Vocational Skills, Entrepreneurship, Language, etc.
• Exciting single-player and multi-player games
• Trending music and sports videos
• Buy mPulse data plans
• Migrate your MTN line to mPulse tariff plan

Q. Do I need to pay for these services?

A. Access to the Youtube tutorial, music and sports videos is free (only data charges apply).For the education and game services, you have up to 14 days free trial access, after which you can pay (between N10 to N300) to subscribe for the services.

Q. Can I access other YouTube outside the mPulse YouTube content?

A. No. The YouTube content on MTN mPulse website have been carefully selected for you, you can only access these content on the website.

Q. How can I check my mPulse airtime balance?

A. Customer will be able to check their airtime balance by dialling *556#.

Q. How do I subscribe to the mPulse weekly and monthly special data bundle plan?

A. You can subscribe to any of the mPulse Special Data bundle by doing any of the following:
• • For Weekly bundle of 350MB, send 350 to 344
• • For Monthly bundle of 1.2GB, send 351 to 344
• • Dial *344# and then, select data bundle of choice from the menu.

Q. How do I check my special data bundle balance?

A. Dial *344*2*2#.
Q. Can I access all website with the mPulse special data bundle?
A. No, you can only access mPulse Website with the special data bundle.

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9Mobile In Trouble Again As New Owners ‘Teleology’ Pull Out Of Telco

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9mobile in trouble again. According to reports reaching me , Teleology Holdings, the new owners of 9mobile ,may just have withdrawn from further participation in the 9mobile project.

If you could recall during the 9mobile crisis , Teleology acquired 9mobile, previously  Etisalat, in November 2018 —  eight months after it made an initial $500million non-refundable deposit to acquire the telco, and a cumulative 10 months after the takeover was billed to have been finalized.



Teleology Holdings, led by Adrian Wood,  a pioneer Chief Executive Officer of MTN Nigeria, eventually won the final bid — ahead of Airtel, Globacom, Smile and Helios.

9Mobile

 

Teleology Holdings’ successful bid for 9mobile was successful due to the quality of its proposed seven-man management team led by Wood, and was approved by the NCC Technical Evaluation Committee, the 13-member bank lending syndicate as well as the acquisition finance provider, Afreximbank.

 

9mobile Woes Continue

However, according to developing reports, Teleology Holdings has become extremely uncomfortable with actions taken outside of the agreed business plan, since their initial takeover, considering it has been blocked from concluding a management services contract with the local joint venture, Teleology Nigeria Limited.

The proposed management services contract would have enabled Teleology Holdings and its team of experts oversee the implementation of the its elaborate business plans including funding proposals — but that so far been impossible.

 

9Mobile

Wood is understood to have resigned from the boards of Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services (trading as 9mobile) as well as Teleology Nigeria Limited, and has already communicated his current disenchantment with the 9Mobile project to his confidants in Teleology.

According to Woods, 9mobile is an exciting opportunity to build a revolutionary mobile network that could be the pride of Nigeria. Unfortunately, it appears that we will not be able to participate. We now must stand down from further work on the 9mobile project.”

Has 9mobile become the new Econet? We can’t tell. Let me know what you think in the comments

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See The New NTEL WAWU Data Plan Bundles – Old Wawu Plans Discontinued

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A New NTEL Wawu data plan bundles have replaced the previous ones we all enjoyed for months.

2018 was the one of the best years for Ntel  all Ntel subscribers but everything turned sour between Ntel and Subscribers pretty soon.



The N1000 for 12GB and N2000 for 24GB was definitely one of the most affordable data plans in 2018.

Towards the end of the year, subscribing to any Ntel data plans in 2018 became really hard and even made some subscribers quit the network because Ntel had one of the cheapest data plans.

Ntel has reviewed their data plans and believe me I am very disappointed 🙁.

NTEL WAWU Data Plans

Very Disappointed

The Ntel wawu plan of N1000 for 12GB has been discontinued.  Their Unlimited weekly plan is now N5000 and no longer N3750. The expiry dates for the Revised ntel wawu plan have been reduced to 7 /14 days. NTEL whyyyy? 😭😭

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Ntel Whyyy

 

Just Take A Look At The Old Plans  –

 

Old NTel WAWU Plans

 

NTEL WAWU Data Plans
WAWU N500 for 6GB, Validity 30 days

WAWU N1000 for 12GB, validity 30 days

WAWU N2,500 FOR 24GB, validity 30 days

WAWU N3,000 for 48GB, validity 30 days

WAWU N7,500 for 96GB, validity 30 days

 

Revised New Ntel WAWU  Data Plans

NTEL WAWU Data Plans

WAWU N2000 for 6GB, Validity 7days

WAWU N4000 for 16GB, validity 7days

WAWU N8,500 FOR 45GB, validity 14 days

WAWU N10,000 for 96GB, validity 14 days

Also note that Unlimited Weekly price is now N5000, while the unlimited monthly remain unchanged

Sadly, I might stick with NTEL till a better offer from another service provider comes up

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Glo 6GB Data Offer – How To Get 6GB For Just N1000 On Glo

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Glo is offering subscribers 6GB of data for N1000 and that is quite different from the normal subscription for new Glo ‘Oga-sim’ customers which is 3.6GB for N1000 and mere 2 GB for existing customers so if you are trying to save on data, here is how to take advantage of other data offers.

GLO 6GB

How To Get Glo 6GB for N1000

Use Glo Data Booster

There is a data booster data plan that gives you 1.2GB for N200 and can be accumulated?  Subscribing five times is 6GB for N1000. The catch here is that the plan lasts 3 days only so you should only use it when you need it  (validity can be extended though).



To Subscribe –

Dial *777#
Select Option 1 Buy Data
Select Option 1 Buy 3G 4G Data
Select Option 5 Special Data Offer
Select Option 2 Special N200 Data Plan
Select Option 1 N200 = 1.2GB 3 Days

 

2. Glo Weekend Plan

This data plan costs N500 for 3GB. N1000 sub also gives you 6GB, usable from 12.00AM Saturday to 11.59PM Sunday.

 

To subscribe, dial *777#,
Select Option 1 Buy Data
Select Option 1 Buy 3G 4G Data
Select Option 1 Buy Data
Select Option 7 Night and Weekend Plan
Select Option 1 Buy Data
Select Option 2 N500= 3GB 1 Weekend Sat and Sunday

 

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