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What is MTN New TruTalk First Eleven Package

MTN TruTalk

You have heard the adverts on radio or seen it else where, but what is MTN TruTalk? Let educate you, on this new offering from MTN Nigeria.

The MTN TruTalk is the follow come package tariff plan that allows you to enjoy 20 kobo/sec for MTN2MTN calls and 26k/sec for calls to other networks from the very first second plus other exciting products and services.

The new MTN TruTalk tariff plan has no daily or monthly subscription fee.

To Migrate to MTN TruTalk, you need to dial *400# or send 400 to 131 on your phone

Why New MTN TruTalk
20 kobo/sec for MTN2MTN calls and 26k/sec for calls to other networks from the very first second.
Discounted call rate to 11 registered numbers, any network
Total call cost and balance shows at end of the call
FREE MidNight 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.

Who is your First 11 team?
The First 11 service allows you register and make discounted calls at 11 kobo per sec to 11 registered numbers (either 11 MTN numbers or 11 numbers on other networks).

How does First 11 work?
Register a number on your First 11 list, by dialing *560*1*Number#.
Your first 11 numbers is free of charge, but if you change any number, you will be charged NGN50.
You can check the numbers on your First 11 list by dialing *560#.
You can delete any of your First 11 number by dialling *560*2*MSISDN#.

The Codes for New Family and friends first Eleven 11
Action
Command
To register a number
*560*1*MSISDN#
To delete a number
*560*2*MSISDN#
To view numbers
*560#
Summary of MTN TruTalk tariff

MTN TruTalk
Migration
  • *400#
  • 400 to 131
                                             Voice
On-net
20k/sec
Off-net
26k/sec
Happy Hour; On-net
Free (with N100 minimum balance)
Happy Hour; On-net
20k/sec  (without N100 minimum balance)
Happy Hour; Off-net
26k/sec
                                                Add-on
First 11
  • Discounted call of 11 kobo/sec to 11 numbers; either 11 MTN numbers or 11 numbers on another network.
SOCN and EOCN
Yes

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'Tunde Ojedokun is an Editor working for Lappyphone, he loves technology. You can't see him without a gadget. .

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