As a subscriber to the MTN Pulse tariff, you may be wondering what to do with all of your Pulse point awards rather than just leaving them hanging. You can convert or redeem your MTN Pulse points as one use for them. Let’s now look at how to convert your MTN pulse points to airtime or data in the section below.
Each pulse point is worth or equal to one N1. In other words, if you have 10 pulse points, your N10 number will be 10. And the value of N200 is equivalent to 200 pulse points. So picture yourself having that many pulse points but no airtime. You might choose to make a call using these. That is why you are trying to figure out how to turn your MTN pulse points into call-making airtime.
The key query is, however, whether calls on the MTN network can be financed using MTN Pulse points. No, is the response. Pulse points are designed specifically for self-purchased data.
On the MTN network, there is no option to convert your pulse points to airtime. There are only three possible conversions for pulse points. Your pulse points can be converted to;
- Data bundles
- Nightlife bundles
- IG/TikTok bundles.
Although it may sound discouraging, you should be aware that the MTN Pulse tariff plan places a more emphasis on data bonuses than voice bonuses. Although it also accommodates calls.
In addition to receiving rewards in the form of pulse points, switching to MTN Pulse enables you to call any network in Nigeria for a flat fee of 11.26k/sec. The day’s first minute of calls is charged at 25.6k/sec, following which the rest of the day’s calls are charged at 11.26k/sec starting with the second call minute. Still, this is a great offer for calls.
Additionally only available to MTN Pulse users are specialized data plans and night data bundles. A 750MB data plan with a 3-day validity period costs N300, while a 1.5GB package with a 1-week validity period costs N500. Additionally, there are night data packages (Nightlife bundles) that you can use from 11 PM to 6 AM.
Therefore, in order to receive pulse points and take advantage of these incentives, you must be a member of MTN Pulse. To begin switching to MTN Pulse right away and start earning pulse points anytime you buy or share data, simply dial the code 406# on your phone. Alternately, you can switch to MTN pulse by dialing the direct USSD code *4061# or 1232*2#.
How To Convert Your MTN Pulse Points For Airtime And Data
If you haven’t changed your tariff plan during the past month, migrating is free. You must have at least N100 worth of airtime in your balance if you switched tariff plans within the past month since a N100 migration fee will be applied.
Each pulse point is worth or equal to one N1. In other words, if you have 10 pulse points, your N10 number will be 10. And the value of N200 is equivalent to 200 pulse points.
Therefore, you must confirm that you have enough pulse points to pay for the desired data plan before converting your pulse points or data. You can only get N100 worth of data from 100 pulse points.
How To Check Your Pulse Point Balance
- Dial *406#
- Press 7, the number corresponding to Pulse Point.
- Press 1 and then send
Alternatively, you may just phone 4067*1# to check your MTN Pulse Point balance. You’ll receive a message with the number of pulse points you own.
It is realistic to presume that if you recently switched to MTN pulse, you do not yet have enough pulse points to buy data. You must amass sufficient information to buy data. When switching to the MTN Pulse tariff plan, do the following to earn MTN Pulse points.
- Purchase some selected daily, weekly, and monthly data bundles
- Gifting data to loved ones
- Subscribe to MTN Music Time
- Purchase IG/TikTok bundles
- Also, Activities on the myMTN app which include
- Login to the myMTN app.
- Transfer of airtime/data via the myMTN app.
Please be aware that when you first switch to MTN Pulse, you can only receive one set of pulse migration points. No pulse points will be awarded to you for further journeys.
Your purchase of data will determine how many Pulse points you receive. A smaller data buy results in fewer pulse points earned, whereas a larger data purchase results in more pulse points earned.
The expiration date for pulse points is the end of the year (December 31), and they cannot be transferred. So don’t wait too long to put them to use.
Now, dial 4067# to display the data options and convert your pulse rates to data. They consist of;
- Data Bundle
- Nightlife Bundle
The options for daily, weekly, or monthly data bundles are available by pressing 1.
Pressing 2 will allow you to purchase Nightlife Bundles, which are only good from 11 PM until 6 AM.
- 250MB for 25 pulse points
- 500MB for 50 pulse points
The fair usage principle of 2GB per day applies, and you may make as many purchases as you like within that limit.
The IG/TikTok bundles, which you can use to browse content on Instagram and TikTok, will appear when you press the number 3.
- 350MB for 100 pulse points
- 1GB for 200 pulse points
As an alternative, you can use pulse points to pay for data by dialing the code for the data plan you wish to buy and then selecting that payment method. On the USSD pop up, there are two choices under “kindly select payment type” when trying to buy data. Using your pulse points, select the funds for the purchase.
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