MTN Special Data Plan 1GB for N200 Explained

Some couples of weeks ago, we talked about how MTN codedly launched special deal zone that offers you crazy data plans at incredibly cheap price; unfortunately, active users are not eligible to activate the plans.

We recently discovered that the plans is for welcome back or those who haven’t used their  MTN sim for a while.

mtn welcome back offer

MTN Welcome Back offer is an offer that rewards customers that have not used their lines in the last 30 – 180 days with 2000% bonus on your first recharge of the month for 3 months, you will also enjoy special data bundles for the same period.

Benefits of MTN Welcome Back offer:

You will receive 2000% bonus on first recharge of the month for the period of three (3) months. In addition to that, you will have access to buy;

  • 250mb @N100 (valid for 3 days)
  • 1GB @N200 (valid for 7 days)
  • 4GB @N1000 (valid for 30 days)

How it works

  • Look for that MTN SIM you have not used for 30 – 180 days or do a SIM swap if you cannot find your SIM
  • Re-activate with a minimum recharge of N100
  • And enjoy 2000% bonus on your first recharge of the month for the period of three (3) months; 500% of the bonus will be used for Voice calls & SMS to all networks in Nigeria and the 1500% will be used for Data.
  • Access to enjoy special data bundles as stated above.

How do I Get This offer?

Dial *131*65# and choose your plan.

What is the validity period for each offer?

For the 4GB for N100 (30 days validity)

1GB for N200 (7 days validity)

250MB for N100 (3 days validity)

Can I purchase multiple MTN Welcome Back special data bundle?

Yes, meaning you can subscribe as much as you want. With N1000, you can get 5GB.

How do I Check my Data Balance?

To check your Welcome Back special data balance, simply dial *131*65#, then select balance option. You can also dial *131*4# on your mobile phone.

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28 thoughts on “MTN Special Data Plan 1GB for N200 Explained”

  1. This is the most stupid business strategy on the planet. How are those that neglect your network worth rewarding over loyal customers?
    I just think the whole thing is profoundly stupid.
    Nonetheless thanks prof as always for the useful piece of info

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