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MTN Ntosoɔ instant bonus on recharge promotion launched



MTN Ghana, the leading telecom service providers in Ghana has announced the launch of a promotion dubbed ‘MTNNTOSOƆ PROMO ’.This promotion is an instant bonus recharge offer that delivers bonus(in minutes) for on net voice calls aimed at rewarding subscribers.

The Bonus on Recharge offer is designed to deliver value to our subscribers when they recharge their account anytime any day. The offer is open to all ‘Pay as you go’ (PAYG) subscribers with tenure above 6months.

MTN subscribers across Ghana can enjoy this offer any time they recharge their accounts. Once a customer recharges his or her account, he or sheen joys the bonus in minutes with a validity period lasting between a day to three days i.e these bonus minutes must be used within a day to three days.

Customers who recharge between GHc1 and GHc5 can use their bonus in a day, whilst customers who recharge above GHc5 will enjoy their bonus within 3 days.

Commenting on the launch, Rahul De, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of MTN Ghana said, “With continual research we have gained further understanding and insight into what brings more value to our customers, we are excited to reward our subscribers instantly with the bonus on recharge offer”. We believe that MTN Bonus on recharge which is instant will make our customers lives a whole lot brighter, he said.

The bonus on recharge promotion is open to customers who have subscribed to both MTN Just for you and Family and Friends.

This promotion is applicable to all recharges both vouchers and electronic   ie. EVD (Electronic Voucher Distribution) recharges.

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