With the increasing desire among youth, especially students in Nigeria tertiary institutions, to have access to faster and affordable connectivity, through voice and data services, MTN has repackaged its iPulse offering to match the popular yearnings among the population. This is seen as an improvement of the Pulse introduced a couple of years ago as it gives special priority to ‘iPulse Zones’, in other words, all campuses in Nigeria.
According to Bayo Adekanmbi, the Chief Marketing Officer of the telecommunications and ICT company, “through the iPulse, MTN has now made it easier for students in the tertiary institutions to access data and call services at the most affordable price ever on any network in the country”.
“At 11kobo per second to any network in Nigeria, after the first minute, and N2 SMS rate in addition to free megabytes and access to social networking apps including Facebook, students will be able to derive maximum satisfaction from every recharge within the campus environment”, he added.
Consequently, university campuses in all regions in the country will now be optimised on the network coverage to give students increased access to better connectivity which will support academic and social activities within the school environment.
The MTN iPulse offering was introduced three years ago to facilitate seamless connectivity among the youth community. It has now been repackaged to meet current trends, especially the demand for easy-on-the-pocket data connectivity to surf the internet and keep pace with global advancement in technology and maintain relevance on the social media. To make it easier for the students, the subscription code still remains the same. By dialing *406#, any student can access the most affordable call and data service ever on the campus.