How To Migrate to MTN Biz Plus and Start Selling SME Data

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Robin Okwanma
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MTN Biz plus is one of MTN’s many tariff plans. It comes with many features and advantages like access to SME plans and much more. You can migrate to MTN Biz Plus by simply dialing *460*1# or text 460 to 131 on your MTN line.

You will be charged 100 naira from your airtime balance if you have previously migrated to another tariff plan within the same month.

What Are MTN SME plans?

SME means small and medium enterprises. MTN SME plans are data plans designed for small or medium businesses. If you buy an MTN SME bundle, you would be able to easily share data plans with your staff, co-workers or sell it as a business on it’s own.

Note- You can only buy an SME plan after you have migrated to MTN Biz plus

There are five(5) SME DATA plans on MTN Biz plus currently

  • 25gb- N10,000………………..1 month validity (Can be shared with 50 beneficiaries)
  • 35gb- N13,500………………..1 month validity (Can be shared with 70 beneficiaries)
  • 165gb- N50,000………………2 months validity (Can be shared with 330 beneficiaries)
  • 360gb- N100,000………………3 months validity (Can be shared with 720 beneficiaries)
  • 1terabyte- N250,000………3 months validity (Can be shared with 2500 beneficiaries)

Obviously, the most profitable plan to buy is the 1tb plan which amounts to 1048gb and costs about 250,000.

How To Migrate to MTN Biz Plus

When you buy any of these plans, note that the amount there is charged with airtime so you have to recharge your line with the stated amount before purchase. You want to know how all these SME data sellers make their own so cheap? stay tuned….. you will be updated in our next post and the link will be provided here.

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Robin Okwanma

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