MTN Smooth Talk plus Activation Code: Best call Tariff Plan

Filed in TARIFF PLANS by on April 18, 2016 0 Comments

MTN has upgrade their Smooth talk plus tariff plan, allowing users to enjoy calls at a flat rate of 15k/s to all local networks after the first minutes at 40k/s. This implies that once you’ve consumed the first 40k/s for the first minute of the day, you’ll be charged 15k/s for any national calls to local networks.

The MTN smooth talk plus serves as the best alternative to MTN true talk plus for the moment. As we all know, MTN discontinued true talk tariff few weeks ago and I think migrating to MTN smooth talk plus is the best way forward. The only disadvantage of this revamped MTN smooth talk plus is that it doesn’t feature the normal daily or monthly fee, but believe me you, it comes with other interesting features.

Features of the New Smooth Talk Plus

    • Flat rate of 15 kobo/second for calls ACROSS
    • ALL local Networks after the first minute of the day at 40 kobo per second.
    • Free N300 airtime weekly on N200 recharge to call 1 (one) registered special number
    • Free 10MB weekly on N100 recharge.
    • Start of Call notification to inform you the rate at which your call will be charged
    • End of Call to inform you of your call duration,
      total call cost and airtime balance.
    • Lots of life-enriching products and services
    • FREE Happy Hour calls to MTN numbers from 00.30am to 04:30 every day (including weekends) as long as you have minimum balance of N100 in your account at 00:30.

How to Subscribe for the MTN Smooth talk plus?

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To migrate to the MTN smooth talk plus, simply text 401 to 131 or dial *401# and you’ll get a success message.

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