MTN MPulse is a new prepaid Tariff targeted at kids between 9 to 15 years old to help them keep pace with digital skills, play and shine like bright stars of their generation.
MTN MPulse is derived from the popular Pulse Tariff which usually offers 10mb free data on every N100 recharge per week as well as free night calls and night browsing. However, the MPulse Tariff comes with its own benefits which is surely going to tempting for both parents and the teenagers.
Benefits Of MTN mPulse
The voice plan has the following unique benefits
N200 Birthday Reward: mPulse Customers will be rewarded with a birthday gift of N200 on the day of their birthday as long as their birthday details are captured before the birthday.
Free WhatsApp for 7 days every month: Customers on MTN mPulse plan will enjoy 7 days free WhatsApp access upon first recharge of N100 and above in a calendar month.
Bonus on recharge 10MB on N100; 20MB on N200 (7 day bonus validity)- on first recharge in a calendar week ( 7 days).
Parent-Child Link: For ease and convenience, a parent will be able to link a child’s number to her/his number and automatically share a set amount of airtime/data on a weekly/monthly basis.
There’s a dedicated website for the new proposition (though a subdomain) that offers with more benefits for its subscribers. The mPulse Website offers the following benefits: www.mtnonline.com/mpulse
Educational Content: The mPulse website has loads of educational content including past questions for JSSCE, WAEC and Jamb.
YouTube Videos for Self-Development
Fun and Intellectual Games.
Special weekly data (N50 for 350MB), monthly (N150 for 1.2GB) to browse mPulse website.
How To Migrate To MTN MPulse Tariff
To migrate to MTN MPulse dial *344*1# or send mPulse to 131. The Tariff is available for both old and new subscribers on the network.
According to the latest announcement by MTN, the new plan will officially go live on Thursday August 23, with an experiential launch at the Landmark Events centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. Time is 10am-6pm. Attendance to the event is free and parents can register their wards on the mPulse website.
What do you think about this latest development?