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Rubiztech Father’s Day Giveaway: Get Free ₦2,500 MTN Airtime

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Father’s day is here again! It is a day of the year on which fathers are particularly honored by their children. As a way of celebrating it with our esteemed readers, we will be giving you tips on how to get free 2,500 MTN Airtime as part of Rubiztech Giveaway series.

This Father’s day giveaway is coming following a fine imposed on MTN by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), for having 5 million unregistered SIMs in its network. To get subscribers to the network to willing comply, MTN started another round of SIM cards registration in the country by giving out free Airtime. You will either get ₦1,000 or ₦2,500 bonus Airtime.

How To Get ₦2,500 MTN Airtime Father’s Day Giveaway

Rubiztech Father's day giveaway

To get this Father’s day giveaway from MTN Nigeria, grab your MTN sim card and dial *559*40#. As eralier noted, you either get ₦1,000, ₦2,500 or even ₦5,000 bonus MTN Airtime.

How To Make Father’s Day Giveaway ₦2,500 MTN Airtime Work

It’s a free air time allocated to you for re-registering your line with them. Meanwhile if you can’t use it yet, it’s either your line is not duely registered or your info is yet to be updated on MTN system. So, contact MTN customer care via their WhatsApp number or call 180 / 183  on your mobile phone to update your data.

In some cases. MTN will call your line to verify the details that was captured against your line. When the information provided is duely updated, you should get a message from them and I be able to use the Father’s day giveaway airtime bonus!

Father’s Day Giveaway 2GB MTN Data Bonus

For those of us who desires to get free MTN data, SMS JKCJHC to 444  and you will be given 2GB browsing data valid for 1 month.

Conclusion

Father’s day was first observed in the state of Washington in 1910; in the US, South Africa, and Britain, it is usually the third Sunday in June while in Australia, the first Sunday in September. Hope you had fun celebrating yours today? Now, let us know using the comment box below.

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