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How to Migrate to MTN Pulse

Have you heard of the MTN Pulse? If you have then you’re probably eager to join this network. You’re not alone there, as many Nigerians have migrated to the MTN pulse since its introduction on the platform.Information Guide Nigeria

It is one of the most popular tariff plans in Nigeria, and for good reason. The MTN pulse offers its customers numerous benefits and amazing offers, from voice calls to data bonuses.How to Check BVN on GTB

If you’re using an MTN SIM card, and you’re not on MTN pulse, then you’re missing out. On the MTN pulse plan, you can enjoy cheap flat call rates to all networks in Nigeria, several data bonuses on your recharges, and even data purchases on this plan are very cheap.

Want to join the MTN pulse? Then continue reading this post.

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About the MTN Pulse Tariff Plan

The MTN pulse tariff plan is an amazing tariff plan on the MTN network.

This tariff plan was initially known as the iPulse tariff plan, but after a few modifications were made, the reformed MTN pulse was introduced. The all-new MTN pulse tariff plan offers users more data and cheaper call rates to all networks in Nigeria.Migrate to MTN Pulse

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Every prepaid customer on the MTN network is eligible for these amazing offers. If you’re looking for the perfect tariff plan for data, then MTN pulse is what you need. Even if you’re looking for a tariff plan with a cheap call rate, you won’t find another plan with a cheaper call rate than the MTN pulse.

So if you’re not on this platform, it very crucial you migrate to this plan today.

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How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Tariff Plan

To migrate to the MTN pulse tariff plan, follow the instructions below:

  1. Go to the Dialler App on your mobile phoneHow to Use BVN to Check Account Details
  2. Dial the USSD code *406# using your MTN phone number
  3. Options will be displayed on the screen
  4. Select option 1 to migrate to MTN pulse
  5. Or you can dial *406*1# directly to migrate
  6. You can also make use of the code *123*2*2# to migrate to the MTN pulse tariff plan.
  7. You will receive a welcome notification from MTN after dialling the code.

OR,

  1. You can migrate to the MTN pulse via text message
  2. Simply type the message “406Npower Recruitment
  3. Send the message to “131WAEC Result
  4. You will receive a welcome notification from MTN pulse after sending the message.

Note: Migrating to the MTN pulse for the first time is free of charge. However, subsequent migration within the next 30 days will cost you ₦100.

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How to Check if You’re on MTN Pulse Plan?

If you do not know your current tariff plan you can check it using a USSD code. Most people don’t know which tariff they are currently on. You may already be in the MTN pulse plan without even knowing, that’s why I’ve opted to show you how to check your current tariff plan.JAMB Form

To check your current tariff plan, dial the USSD code *123# using your MTN phone number, then select “My Tariff Plan” from the list of options displayed. After selecting the option, you will get the message “Yello! You are currently on MTN…… Thank you!”. Now you can confirm your current MTN tariff plan.

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Features of MTN Pulse Tariff Plan

The following are features of the MTN pulse plan:

  1. 11kobo/sec flat call rate ACROSS ALL local Networks (including Glo, Airtel, 9mobile, etc.) after spending an initial NGN12.50 on calls for the day.
  2. Stream songs on Music+ for a small cost of ₦10/day
  3. Get up to 2GB worth of data for ₦100 at night (Pulse night plan bundle)
  4. Enjoy a 100% data bonus on purchases of a 500MB weekly bundleJAMB Result
  5. Enjoy weekly 10MB data bonus for every ₦100 recharge and a 20MB bonus for every ₦200 weekly.
  6. All University campuses, polytechnics, college of education, school of nursing, police academy, etc. And their surrounding environments are regarded as the “Pulse Zone” in the new MTN Pulse tariff plan.

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