Do you wish to learn how to buy minutes for MTN in South Africa? Perhaps you have just moved from another network to MTN. In that case, this information will be crucial to you. Buying minutes is a better option when compared to using pure airtime for calling. With minutes, you can call that many more people for longer. Minutes are also be referred to as voice bundles. So, how do you get Cell C minutes?
How to buy MTN voice bundles?
The following are the many options for buying MTN minutes in South Africa;
- You can buy MTN minutes by dialing *136*2# and choosing the bundle that you wish to purchase. MTN offers South Africans a number of minute bundle options. In this case, you will be using the airtime that’s already in your phone to get minutes.
- If you have registered for MTN Eazi Recharge, you can buy bundles by dialing *136*10#. Here you will be using your Nedbank, Absa or Standard Bank credit, or debit card.
- It’s also possible to buy MTN minutes using the MTN mobile app.
Why opt for minutes?
MTN offers a number of voice and data bundle offers. As an example, you can buy the MTN WOW bundle. This bundle is priced from R3, for which you get 7 minutes of talk time throughout the day. It’s valid for 24 hours. There are also WOW weekly and monthly bundles.
Now, if you were to use airtime as airtime, you would talk for a bit more than 3 minutes for R3. That’s assuming you are on per-second billing, which costs R.79 per second. So, essentially you are getting a lot more value when you opt for minute bundles. You get double the value of simply using airtime.
That’s the major reason for learning how to buy MTN minutes. You enjoy better rates on calls. Bundles are limited to voice, however. You can also buy data bundles. In that case, you will be getting a lot more work done online at a fraction of the amount that you would have paid had you used airtime.
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In this article we looked at how to buy MTN voice bundles. We noted that voice bundles are the way to go because they allow you to make calls at a fraction of the cost of using normal airtime.
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