MTN Relaunces iPulse: Students In All Nigerian Campuses To Enjoy Lowest Rates For Calls, SMS And Data
The MTN iPulse (Pulsing zone) is a virtual area covering the zones around all students and residents around all tertiary institutions. They can enjoy the lowest rates on calls, SMS and browsing anytime of the day.
According to Bayo Adekanmbi, the Chief Marketing Officer of the telecommunications and ICT company, “through the iPulse, MTN has now made it easier for students in the tertiary institutions to access data and call services at the most affordable price ever on any network in the country”.
“At 11kobo per second to any network in Nigeria, after the first minute, and N2 SMS rate in addition to free megabytes and access to social networking apps including Facebook, students will be able to derive maximum satisfaction from every recharge within the campus environment”,
Wondering why you should migrate to MTN iPulse? …Find out the benefits when you continue…..
– It offers special campus rates @ 11k/sec & SMS @ N2 on new MTN iPulse
– 11k/sec to all networks within the Campus Pulsing zone
– SMS @ NGN2 within the campus Pulsing zone
– Free MTN Academy content for 7 days
– 90% discount on your favourite callertunez at N%/month
– Free goodybag social bundle & 10mb on N100 recharge
MTN iPulse Includes all Tertiary instutions, yes all!!! – This means the pulse plan covers over 500 campuses; universities, polytechnics, college of education, school of nursing, police academy etc.
To make it easier for the students, the subscription code still remains the same. Simply dial *406#
Signing up also gives you access to Caller Tunez: Free callertunez subscription and free tunez for a month. N5 per callertunez/month @ 90% discount.
Simply recharge N100 now and you will get free 10MB + Facebook goodybag social for 7 days.
NOTE: First minute on calls costs 40k/sec to all networks. You will get the free 10MB of data only once a week, upon your 1st recharge of N100 or more that week.
Off-campus call rate is 15 kobo per second after the 1st minute of call.