MTN Please Call Me: The purpose of this article is to teach people how to send a Please Call Me on MTN network. A Please Call Me or rather a callback, allows MTN customers to send a free SMS to any other MTN user asking them to call you back.
Usually, when someone sends a MTN Please Call Me request, is because they don’t have airtime and want you to call them. MTN customers can also send a Please Call Me to Vodacom and Cell C users.
MTN Group Limited, formerly M-Cell, is one of the biggest mobile networks in South Africa. MTN was founded in 1994 as a South African multinational mobile telecommunications company. Its head office is located in Johannesburg, South Africa.
What is MTN Please Call Me?
As mentioned above, the purpose of this article is to discuss MTN call back or rather Please Call Me. You use a CallBack (Please Call Me) when you are out of airtime but really need to talk to someone. This service enables mobile phone users to send a free SMS asking that particular person to please call you.
How to send a Please Call Me on MTN
It is free to use this service. To send a Please Call Me on MTN Network, Dial *121*( receiver’s cellphone number)#, e.g., *121*078 125 4467# MTN users can send a total of 5 free CallBack SMSs per day to users in South Africa. A Please Call Me SMS will automatically be delivered to the receiver’s cellphone number at no cost to you.
How to personalise your MTN CallBack SMS
To personalise your MTN Please Call Me using USSD, you need to dial *121# and then select option 1 (personal name). This will be followed by option 1 allowing you to either enter / change name, option 2 to check status and option 3 to remove name. Choose option 1 and enter the single name (up to 10 letters) that you wish to display when you send a CallBack request and then press OK to complete the process.
Always remember that MTN call me back code in South Africa is *121* recipient’s number # You can send up to five free CallBack requests per day to any cellphone network in South Africa. You can personalise your call-back once a day.
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