I know you all must have seen Tech+ ads scattered all over websites, blogs and social media platforms; an event claimed to be the biggest tech event in Nigeria. Anyway, am not here to yarn about TechPlus, but to make known to you about MTN 7GB for N2000 Ads boldly unfurled on the handbill shared at the event.
MTN in collaboration with Techplus newly launched a new data plan and was displayed on the leaflet shared yesterday (see image). Right in front of this leaflet, displayed MTN 7GB for N2000 on Dealzone; this is an opportunity for MTN users to get double of what they should have gotten when they subscribe with N2000, initially you will get 3.5GB (Click here to see full MTN Data plans), but with this plan… you’d get 100% data bonus upon subscribing to this new plan.
HOW TO GET MTN 7GB FOR N2000 ON DEAL ZONE
Do not subscribe to this plan, promo was confirmed by MTN to stop today. To those that subscribed before it expired, congrats!!! Enjoy!
Follow these steps to get 100% bonus on data…
- Get a valid registered MTN sim.
- Recharge your line with N2000.
- Navigate to SMS, then type and send 2016 to 131
- You should get a message as seen in the image below.
Does it work on all device?
No panic, you can use the MTN Dealzone bonus days plan on all device. (Android, PC, iOS, windows and others)
How do I check data balance?
To check remaining data, type and send 2 to 131
Geek Tip From NKH; How To Get 9GB For N2k
This is a very important aspect that you should take note of; MTN gives 1GB bonus data on recharge of N1000 for weekend browsing via MTN WowWeekends. Now, loading N2000 will give you 2GB. Afterwards, you can proceed on the dealzone offer above by subscribing with your N2000 to get 7GB. In essence, 2GB + 7GB = 9GB.
Technically, N2000 will give you a whopping data of 9GB, 7GB to be used anytime and 2GB to be used only on weekends. (See all weekend plans on all network here)
With this new plan on MTN, browsing and staying connected won’t be a problem whatsoever and we are looking forward to more crazy data tariff slash on networks such as Airtel and Etisalat.