The MTN Beta Talk is one of the widely used tariff plans used by millions of subscribers on the MTN network. This tariff plan offers its subscribers a 200% bonus on airtime recharges from ₦100 and above while 150% bonus on airtime recharges that are below ₦100.
In this post, I will share with you how to migrate to the MTN Beta talk tariff.
How do I migrate to MTN beta talk?
Migration to MTN Beta Talk is straightforward and simple. Customers that want to migrate to the MTN Beta tariff should dial *123*2*1# or send BT to 131 as an SMS.
Migration to the MTN Beta talk plan or any MTN tariff plan can be done once every 30 days at no cost, but subsequent migration that is done within the stipulated time range will be charged at ₦100.
How to migrate from MTN pulse to beta talk
Customers that want to migrate from the MTN Pulse to MTN Beta talk can do so using any of the following methods:
USSD Method – Customers will have to dial *123*2*1# from their MTN line
SMS Method – Send SMS with ”BT” to 131 for instant migration.
How to migrate from MTN beta talk to MTN pulse
The MTN Pulse tariff plan is a new MTN prepaid plan that offers its subscribers with a call rate of 11.25 kobo per second for calls to all local network lines in the country usually after the first 60 seconds (1 minute) call of the day that are charged at 25 kobos per second.
To migrate from the MTN Beta talk tariff plan to the MTN Pulse plan, dial *123*2*2# or *406*1#. Also, you can send ‘‘406’’ to 131 via text message.
How to migrate from beta talk to MTN zone
Subscribers on the MTN Beta plan can migrate to the MTN Zone tariff plan to enjoy loads of excellent benefits by dialling *135*1# from their MTN lines.
However, the MTN Zone plan is exclusive for prepaid customers on the MTN network service.
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- John Aina Ajibola has a Masters degree as an engineer and has over 3 years of teaching and research experience. He is happiest when on a bike and is also interested in electric energy and computer Science.