The competition in the telecommunication company is getting more interesting by the day. How? Cheaper data plans and options to choose from.
Currently, MTN is giving a whooping 200% Bonus On every recharge on the MTN Beta Talk Plan. This isn’t a first though. We’ve had glo doing that for months now.
On the basis that you get a 200% Bonus for every recharge, the Glo Bumpa plan has been in existence for a very long time now.
I have actually been rocking that of glo for months now and it’s really nice to see that I’ve got options. Not just options, but perhaps a more considerable one.
MTN Beta Talk Benefits
On the MTN Beta Talk Plan, you get a 200% Bonus On every recharge of N100 and above.
What this entails is, if you recharge N100, you get N200 bonus airtime summing it up to be N300.
The same applies to if you load N400, you get 200% of the N400 recharge which will be N800 bonus airtime.
Summing up N800 plus your main account balance of N400, you have a total of N1200 which can be used in calling all networks.
Just like the glo Bumpa plan, you can use bonus Airtime 24/7 and you can also use it in texting alongside Pay As You Go (PAYG) browsing.
You get a free 10MB for every first recharge in a week. What that means is, if you recharge for the first time in a week, you get 10MB of free data, and subsequent recharges within the week won’t attract any more free 10MB of data.
Please Note: The free 10MB data has a validity period of 7 days starting from the day you were given the data. The same applies to the bonus credit. Hence, you are advised to use up the bonus Airtime within 7 days (I don’t think that’s applicable to glo Bumpa package).
MTN Beta Talk Tariff Charge
Unlike the Glo Bumpa plan which charges 50k/sec and N30 per minute, the MTN Beta tariff is 40K/sec which is equivalent to N24 per minute.
That’s apparently much better than the Glo Bumpa plan.
How To Migrate To MTN Beta Talk Bundle
To Migrate to the MTN Beta Talk plan, simply dial *123*2*6# or text BT to 131. To migrate out of the MTN beta talk tariff plan, simply migrate to any preferred MTN Tariff plan of your choice.
I will only recommend this plan if you use your SIM for more of browsing than actual calls. While the plan seems intriguing, it can be quite expensive if you do a lot of actual recharge and calls on the phone. If however, you use your sim for more of a data subscription, this is a great plan. You recharge N1000 for MTN data plan and get N2000 as a bonus. You subscribe to a data plan and still have N2000 for calls. Cool, right?
With this development from MTN, we’d hope glo introduces something more affordable than the 50k/sec on the Bumpa plan. As for me, I always go with what pays better and for now, you should know what’s sup *winks…