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How To Get 1.3GB for N500 on MTN

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Reading Time: 2 minutesMorning there. In this post I’l be showing you how to get 1,375MB from MTN for just N500 only. And no tweaking of IMEI involved, just got to dumbfound the system. First off, if you want the MB to last for a month you need to have done(recently)/do a sub of one month and finish the 1.5GB maybe in 5days or 7. Now you move on to manipulating protocols. How To Get The 1.5GB; Migrate To MTN pulse if you are not on it already. Dial *406# to do so. (You’ll like the plan, call rate is awesome) Reason: on MTN pulse, you don’t get 750mb for N500, you get 1GB instead. Based on logistics😉 Now if you’ve recently subscribed as earlier stated, you must have gotten the kind of message in the screenshot below as MTN is sending it out to virtually almost all their customers. And thereafter, dial *406# and follow the prompt for one gigabyte sub or do it through *131# under weekly subs. Well, it’s supposed to last for just a week but hence the reason for the first step which if you had like 20 days left unused of the month’s sub, 7 days will be added from the day you sub to the 1 week and would eventually leave you with a validity period that’s literally a month. And oh, being that you on the data offer, the 750 supposed original data allowance for the 500naira sub would be halved and added to the 1GB you’ll be given. And that’s it people. It’s what I’ve and will be using till I find a way around this Android 6 IMEI tweaking problem, without using PC. Enjoy. Do share. CirphrankCirphrank is a pun. Web developer, content writer, 2D minimalist UI, blogger. …

Why you need to disable Background Data Usage now!

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Reading Time: 3 minutesWe all know data plans are getting ready cheaper  but definitely not cheap enough to certify ridiculous usage of it. Whether you’re actively using them or not, apps love to eat up data. Constantly at the sight of data they’re checking for updates, running ads, and refreshing your user content in the background. The good …