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How To Get More Airtime To Talk More On MTN

There is a not-so-new tariff plan in town churned out by telecoms giant MTN. Not many people have heard about MTN Beta Talk but it is surely a plan to migrate to. Why should you consider it? The benefits accrued to it speaks for itself.


200% bonus on every recharge from N100
* This is simply amazing! 200% bonus is not a small something o. If you don’t quite understand what they mean by 200% bonus, let me do the math for you.

How To Get More Airtime To Talk More On MTN
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N100 recharge = N200 bonus airtime
Total = N300
N200 recharge = N400 bonus airtime
Total = N600
N400 recharge = N800 bonus airtime
Total = N1200

The higher the recharge denomination the more bonus you are going to get.

Note: The bonus airtime is valid for only 3 days.

Bonus airtime usage includes national calls, data, and sms.
* You can use your airtime for anything you want. There are no restrictions.

10mb data for recharges from N100.
* In addition to the bonus airtime, you still get bonus data. And it comes once a week, that is, after you recharge; and it is valid for that whole week.

No tricks as to what account to deduct from
* What this simply means is that as soon as you get the bonus, any call or sms or text is charged from your bonus account not your main account.

I know a particular network that demands that you exhaust your main account before enjoying what’s in your bonus account. You’ve got a great deal here.

Migrate to MTN Beta Talk plan by sending BT to 131

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