It’s been a while I posted something about data plans but for those who care, there’s something tantalising coming your way. Remember the MTN 1GB for 200 naira data plan, it’s now available for activation!
MTN4me is a special offer that gives its subscribers 1GB for 200, usable on any devices of their choice and is valid for just 7 days. Meaning with just N1000, you can get up to 5GB of data for heavy internet users.
This data can be used across all mobile, PC and other internet dongles, MTN 1GB for N200 can also be used for downloading, uploading and even streaming music, football etc. It works seamlessly for those with 4G LTE enabled SIM cards.
I’m not sure whether the limitation for selected SIMs (those doing welcome back or those who haven’t used their MTN sim for a while) have been removed, but what I’m sure about is it’s available for all MTN customers, all you have to do is check your eligibility status by trying to activate the plan.
How To Activate MTN 1GB for 200 Naira Data Plan (Subscription Code)
- Simply dial Dial *131*65*2# >> select 1 to proceed >> Reply Yes/No for autorenewal.
How To Check MTN 1GB for 200 Data Balance
- Dial *559*47#
For those who prefer Airtel?
Do you have a stronger Airtel network signal within your locality? Do you prefer Airtel to MTN? No need to fret, there’s a similar bundle for you. If you prefer using the Airtel network, there is a plan you can activate within this price point which I’ve previously covered on this blog, you can check out the Airtel 1GB for ₦200 data plan and subscription code.
So, there you go. It worked for as you can see from the images above. Do let us know using the comment section if you’re eligible for this plan.
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