MTN has a lot to offer its customers, including various low-cost data bundles that never expire and low-cost calling rates, one of which is “MTN free after one,” which allows you to make a call and only pay for the first minute — the rest of the call is free — and MTN will also give you a free 50MB to use within the next 30 days.
This makes MTN my favorite because they have the ideal bundles and call rates for everyone, rich or poor.
Have you ever received a call and when you check to see who is calling, all you see is an unknown number?
How do you react when you receive such a call? And how do you feel after picking up the phone to find out who that person is?
I recall the first time I got such a call, it was from a friend, and this guy was bragging for not being in this nation and using his new state number to call me, which is why it says unknown number.
I initially believed him until I discovered that he had not traveled anywhere and was actually in this country, and even in my town.
I’m not sure about you, but if you’ve ever received such a call and wondered if it’s possible to call someone while hiding your phone number, the answer is yes, you could do that on MTN.
If you’d like to make calls and then conceal your number to prank your friends and neighbors, this blog is for you because I will show you how and when to make a call as well as conceal your number.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
It is now simple to hide and unhide your phone number when making phone calls; MTN CLIR/SO service allows you to call someone. Every month, this offer ends up costing GHS2.
To enable Caller Conceal ID on your MTN line, follow the steps below:
Create a new pin code.
Verify the pin code
Create a new SMS with the text clirSpace>activatespace>pin and send it to 1333.
The Caller Hide feature will be enabled. How Do You Hide Your Number Before Making A Call After It Is Enabled?
To hide your phone number, dial *67 before the number you want to call. For example, *670553798962.
MTN has made it simple to call someone and hide your phone number. There are a variety of reasons why you might want to do this, including telling someone something and not wanting that person to know your phone number, as well as pranking your friends, as previously stated.
In this article, we discussed how to hide and unhide your phone number when making calls with MTN.
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