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How to Stop or Cancel Auto-Renewal on MTN Data Plan

MTN has provided a way to put a stop to the automatic renewal of your data plans. Here's how to opt out or cancel auto-renewal on MTN. Learn more!

MTN in Nigeria brings to you amazing data bundles that help you to stay connected, they have a collection of data plans – daily, weeklymonthly and night plans for those who love midnight browsing. While we choose to stay automatically connected, there are some of us who are tired and wants to opt-out of the current data plan. In this post on Naijaknowhow, I’ll share with you everything you need to know on how to cancel auto-renewal on MTN with a simple code.

Just like 9mobile, Glo and Airtel, MTN has provided what you need to put a complete halt to the automatic renewal of your data plans, with this code, you’re simply telling MTN not to renew your data without your letting you know about it.

Without further ado, let’s delve right into this article. Here’s everything you need to know on how to stop or cancel MTN auto-renewal by yourself.


Here’s How to Stop or Cancel Auto-Renewal on MTN

To cancel data auto-renewal of your MTN data plan:

  • Simply SMS “NO+code to 131” to stop MTN Data Plan renewal. For example, SMS NO104 to 131 to opt-out from automatic renewal of that current plan.

NB: MTN requires you to enter code of your current data plan. Code varies and should be entered depending on your active plan. See list of codes in the picture below.

MTN data plan chart & Auto-renewal opt-out code.


Like every other network, MTN allows you to cancel data auto-renewal by combining NO and any of the various codes on the table above depending on your current plan. If you’re interested to see how to cancel autorenewal on Glo, stop auto-renewal on 9mobile or perhaps other networks in Nigeria, then simply click the hyperlinked texts.

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