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How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Code

This post is about how to migrate to MTN Pulse tariff plan. So I will take some time to show you the MTN Pulse code and three other ways you can migrate to MTN Pulse Plan from any other plan you are currently on. I will also tell you how to use MTN Pulse point and MTN Pulse cheat. Thereafter, I will show you the many benefits of being on the MTN Pulse Plan.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Code

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Are you an MTN subscriber? Do you want to start enjoying a flat rate of 11.26k/sec for calls ACROSS ALL local Networks in Nigeria?

Have you heard of that MTN tariff plan that gives you Nightlife Bundles of 250MB for N25 and 500MB for N50, up to 2GB?

Did you hear that there is an MTN tariff plan that gives subscribers special and cheap Instagram, TikTok & YouTube Bundles?

MTN Pulse is that amazing tariff plan!

It is a tariff plan that allows customers to connect with family, friends, course mates, colleagues and business partners for seamless communication at an incredible cheap rate. More so, the plan gives you points when you make calls or activate data bundles. Whenever you wish, you can then exchange the points for free data.

That’s simply amazing if you ask me.

There is also the Pulse Tuesday Offer. This offer enables you to purchase unusually cheap data plans on Tuesdays ONLY.

There is also the Campus Zone Offer. This one allows you to enjoy a 100% data bonus for every (100MB, 150MB, or 200MB) used in Higher Institutions across Nigeria.

Read Also: How to Migrate to MTN Beta Talk for Free

Of course, Nigerian youths and students love free things. They call it awuf. MTN understands Nigerian young population and their needs perfectly. That’s part of the reasons why they have launched the MTN Pulse.

Little wonder millions of youths (especially students) are in search of how to migrate to MTN Pulse tariff plan. Many are looking for the MTN Pulse migration code here and there. I’m sure you are reading this because you do not want to be left out.

If that is true, then you did well visiting this page. I’m going to give you the code to migrate to MTN pulse. But beyond that, I will also show you three easy ways to migrate to the plan, the benefits and how to get bonuses.

So just keep reading…

More About MTN Pulse Tariff Plan

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What Exactly is MTN Pulse Tariff Plan?

MTN Pulse is a prepaid tariff plan that allows you to enjoy a FLAT rate of 11.26k/sec for calls ACROSS ALL local Networks in Nigeria after the first 90 seconds call of the day at 27k/sec.

That is why they say that with MTN Pulse, “You Talk more, Laugh more and Love more”.

It is a tariff plan that gives you free monthly data and airtime bonus on your first recharge or first call of the month. You can use the airtime bonus to call all networks and you can also use the data bonus to browse the Internet at any time of the day.

The good news is that MTN Pulse tariff plan is available to all MTN subscribers. So both old and new customers are eligible to migrate the plan and start enjoying amazing offers and bonuses.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse

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One good thing about MTN Pulse is that migration is absolutely free. Another really good thing about the plan is that there are several different methods to migrate.

The methods you can use to migrate to MTN Pulse include the SMS method, USSD code method, MTN App, MTN ChatBot, and the MTN website.

But before you attempt migrating to MTN Pulse Plan, you need to check and verify that you are not already on the same plan.

How do I know if I’m on MTN Pulse?

To check if you’re on the MTN Beta Talk tariff plan, simply dial *123*1*2# or just dial *123# and then follow the instructions.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Via SMS

To migrate to MTN Pulse via SMS, simply;

  • Text 406 to 131

That’s how to migrate to MTN Pulse using the SMS method.

Now, let’s see other methods.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Via the MTN Pulse Code

This involves using code to migrate to MTN Pulse. So if you are interested in this method, *123*2*2# is the code to migrate to MTN Pulse tariff plan.

Alternatively, you can follow the steps below to activate MTN Pulse via MTN Pulse migration code.

  1. Dial *123#
  2. Reply with the option for “Tariff Plans”.
  3. Select option 2 for Pulse
  4. Then select option 1 again to migrate to MTN Pulse.

What is MTN Pulse Code?

The MTN Pulse code is *123*2*2#. Alternatively, you can also text 406 to 131 to migrate to MTN Pulse tariff plan.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Via myMTN App

The myMTN App is another channel through which subscribers can seamlessly migrate to MTN Pulse. The steps are very simple.

  • Download the myMTN App to your mobile device.
  • Login to myMTN App.
  • Select Other Plans
  • Finally, select Pulse.

If you follow the steps above, the system will migrate you from your current tariff plan to MTN Pulse.

How to Migrate to MTN Pulse Via MTN Web

There is also the option of migrating to MTN Pulse tariff plan via the MTN website. Again the steps are very simple. But you would need an Internet-enabled device to do it.

  • Visit https://mymtn.com.ng
  • Enter your phone number.
  • Enter OTP and select ‘Proceed’.
  • On the top right corner of the home page, click your name.
  • Select My Plan.
  • Thereafter, select Other Plans.
  • Then click on MTN Pulse.

That’s all there is to it. So if you followed the steps above, the system will migrate you to MTN Pulse.

Benefits of MTN Pulse Tariff Plan

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The following benefits await you when you migrate to the MTN Pulse plan.

1. A flat rate of 11.26k/sec

MTN Pulse gives you a flat rate of 11.26k/sec for calls ACROSS ALL local networks. However, you have to spend ₦24.30 on the first 90 seconds call of the day to enjoy this amazingly low rate.

2. Special Data Bundles

MTN subscribers on the Pulse tariff plan enjoy special data bundles. Depending on your budget, you can get

  • 750MB 3-day data plan at ₦300.
  • 1.5GB Weekly data plan at ₦500.

These cheap data bundles are one of the reasons why most youths prefer MTN Pulse.

3. Pulse Nightlife Bundles

This is an amazing benefit for people that live night life. Of course, you know who they are – the students on campus. They are awake in the night browsing the Internet doing their assignments, term papers and projects.

Those of them on MTN Pulse can get 250MB Pulse Nightlife bundle for N25 and 500MB Pulse Nightlife bundle for N50, even up to 2GB.

4. Special Social Media Bundles

MTN subscribers on the Pulse plan get special social media bundles. This covers social media platforms like Instagram, TikTok & YouTube. So you can get 350MB IG, TikTok & YouTube for ₦100 and 1GB IG, TikTok & YouTube for ₦200.

That’s amazing, isn’t it?

5. Pulse Points

Another amazing benefit of MTN Pulse is the Pulse Points. When you call or activate selected data bundles, you get pulse points.

You can exchange the points for free data any time you want.

6. Free Monthly Data Bonus

If you are on MTN Pulse, you get free 10MB monthly data bonus on your first recharge or first call of the month. This can help you to do one or two things depending on your data needs.

7. Pulse Tuesday Offer

Tuesdays are special for MTN subscribers who are on Pulse. Thanks to Pulse Tuesday Offer!

The Pulse Tuesday Offers enables you purchase special discounted data plans on Tuesdays ONLY.

8. Campus Zone Offer

Although this is the last benefit on our list, it is by no means the least. The Campus Zone Offer is exclusive for students and every other Nigerian who operates in higher institutions.

So the Campus Zone Offer allows them to enjoy a 100% data bonus for every 100MB, 150MB, or 200MB they use on campus.

MTN subscribers on Pulse also enjoy other life-enriching products and services from MTN.

MTN Pulse points

Like I said earlier, the MTN Pulse tariff plan also offer you points for doing the things you do regularly on your line. So for performing some transactions on your line, MTN Pulse offers you rewards via points.

This means that  when you make calls, buy data bundles, migrate to the Pulse tariff plan, or transfer airtime and data via the myMTN NG app, you get rewarded with points.

How to Use MTN Pulse Point

You can redeem your MTN Pulse points activating any of the following data bundles:

  • Daily, weekly and monthly data bundles
  • Instagram/TikTok/YouTube data bundles
  • Nightlife bundles

As soon as you start earning points, you can redeem them by dialling *406*7#.

  • You can use 25 Points for 250MB
  • 50 points for 500MB

and so on.

MTN Pulse Cheat Code for Free 3.75GB

Yes, it’s possible to get 3.75GB for free. It’s all about the MTN Pulse cheat.

To activate the 3.75GB MTN pulse cheat for data, just buy a N500 data plan. This will give you 750MB which you can use at any time of the week plus an additional 3.75GB bonus to use at weekends only.

How to buy the N500 data plan? Simply dial the MTN pulse cheat code *131*103# to get 750MB for N500 plus 3.75GB free data bonus.

MTN Pulse Call Rate

I already made mention of the MTN Pulse call rate in the preceding section. However, for the sake of emphasis, I will reiterate it here. I’m doing so because I know that call rate is what most people consider most important.

So they really want to know what the MTN Pulse call rate is like.

How much does it cost to make call on MTN Pulse tariff plan per second?

The call rate on MTN Pulse is 11.26k/sec for calls ACROSS ALL local networks. However, to enjoy this cheap call rate, you have to spend ₦24.30 on the first 90 seconds call of the day.

This means that for every 1 second of a call you make on the MTN Pulse tariff plan, you will be charged 11.26 kobo. This also implies that if your call lasts for up to 1 minute, you will be charged approximately 6.8 Naira.

That’s that about MTN Pulse call rate. If you are interested in knowing how long a N100 airtime may last for you on call using the MTN Pulse plan, I don’t mind working it out for you.

Since N6.8 gives you 1 minute call time, N100 will give you 14 minutes call time.

With respect to international calls, standard MTN International Call Rate applies to the Pulse tariff.

SMS text Messages to all networks in Nigeria is charged at ₦4 per 160 characters.

Conclusion

So here’s where we end this very informative article. I trust that it is helpful. Really thanking you for visiting this website. I want to encourage you to bookmark this site on your browser. By so doing, you will be able to access other information without hassle.

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About Henry Divine

HENRY DIVINE is a dynamic young man with a vision and passion to affect his generation, especially the youth. He is an author, a psychologist, a blogger and the Initiator/Coordinator of The Sure Success Project.

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