In this article, we will reveal to you how to how to buy data and airtime with MTN Pulse Points in simple steps.
If you are on the MTN Pulse tariff plan and you recharge your line on a regular basis, either from your bank account or through the paper voucher, you will be happy to know that recharging regularly on your line comes with Pulse points that you can exchange for either of airtime and data.
Below is a summary of what you will find in this post.
What exactly are MTN Pulse Points?
MTN Pulse points is a reward offered by MTN Nigeria to customers who are on the MTN Pulse tariff for performing carrying out some activities designed by MTN, as well as recharging their lines on a regular basis.
MTN Pulse offers exclusive privileges such as night bundles and data plans, in addition to having a flat calling rate of 11.25kbps to all networks after the first minute of the day at 25.6kbps. On pulse, you can get a 750MB 3-day data bundle for N300 or a 1.5GB weekly data bundle for N500. Read also How to Use Gtbank Automated Payment System In Nigeria
There are numerous products for which you can exchange your pulse points, and the amount of pulse point deducted varies based on the amount required for the product you want to purchase from MTN. To begin, you must be an MTN Pulse customer.
How to Get MTN Pulse Points
You can earn Pulse Points by purchasing/sharing data bundles (the larger the data bundle, the more points), recharging, subscribing to MTN Music Time, and using the myMTN app.
MTN Pulse Points Codes and How to Use your Points
- For Pulse balance: dial *406*7*1#
- To redeem your pulse points: dial *406*7*2#
- What is the Worth of Pulse Point?
- 25 points—250MB
- 50 points—500MB for Nightlife Bundle
- 100 points—350MB (Instagram and TikTok)
- 200 points—1GB.
If you are switching to MTN Pulse for the first time, you will receive pulse points. This will only happen once. Furthermore, if you leave MTN pulse, you will lose your pulse points and will have to start over whenever you return.