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Full details of the MTN iPulse plan with migration codes

Just of recent, MTN re-launched the MTN iPulse plan which allows you to make calls to other MTN lines at a flat rate of 15k or 11k per secs after spending 40k/secs for the first 1 minute (60 secs) to any MTN line. The 15k is applicable for calls made outside a school campus while the 11k is for calls
made within a school campus and that is after making your first 1 minute call for that day at the rate of 40k/sec.

It doesn't end there, since MTN is also extending the lower tariff to calls made to other networks in Nigeria as well, the first one minute of call to non-MTN lines in Nigeria will be charged at the rate of 40k/secs and after that minute, your call rate to other networks will automatically become 11k/secs for calls made within the four walls of a school campus or 15k for calls made outside a school campus 

Before i mention the migration codes for this MTN tariff plan, let's quickly look at other interesting features of this iPulse plan from MTN Nigeria.

full details of the mtn iulse plan with migration codes

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Other Features of the MTN iPulse plan

  • Free 10MB data every week after loading a minimum of 100 naira for each week.
  • Free callertunes subscription for the first 30 days of migration to the MTN iPulse plan
  • Free MTN Music + subscription upon migration.
  • Lower sms rate of 2 naira within a campus and 4 naira at off-campus
  • Flat rate of 11k to all lines at certain periods of the days regardless of your loacation.
  • 7 days FREE subscription to mAcademy (you won't have access to all subjects for free though)
  • FREE Diamond Yello Account upon migration 
  • Discounted callertune subscription every month
  • Free happy our calls within campus zone (without 100 naira balance)
  • and so much more

How To migrate to MTN iPulse

To migrate to MTN iPulse, simply dial *406# or send 406 as an sms to 131 

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