How to Stop MTN From Sending You Unusefull and Annoying SMS

How to Stop MTN From Sending Unusefull and Annoying Messages

Finally no more Isa49v and 4100. As you know the MTN Advert messages it’s sometimes annoying, when when you receive turns of unwanted advert like “Isaiah 43:1…” , “Yello! Enjoy Unlimited hit songs. etc.
Imagine you are expecting a message from loved ones or bank alert, then you hear you phone message alert ring from the bathroom an you rushed to get the message and to discover it’s Isaiah 43:1. Ahyaya.

It is really irritating when you get that disturbing unsolicited SMS on your phone from 32043, 33070, 5010, 4100 and especially..’Isa49v’. And lots of Folks out there has been complaining on how to put a STOP to all this annoying SMS, and how to stop mtn spam messages. Thankfully, there’s now a way to stop receiving these messages and opt out of those unwanted Mobile adverts too.

Thanks to the NCC for mandating every network provider to provide a means through which subscribers can opt out of any service provided. and now MTN Nigeria has complied with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to provide an opt-out code to stop you from such unwanted text messages and has made available a means for subscribers to opt out. 32043, 33070, 5010, 4100.

How To Stop Receiving MTN Advert SMS and How To Stop MTN Messages
If you’ll like to stop receiving advert messages from MTN. Simple follow the below steps.

=>> To opt out of all MTN useless adverts,
=>> Dial *123*5*4# and follow the instructions
=>> Reply with 1 and wait for the next pop-up

How to Stop MTN From Sending SMS
=>> Reply with Yes.

How to Stop MTN From Sending You Unusefull and Annoying messages

When the process is completed, you receive a message saying that you have successfully opted out of mobile advertising.

how to opt out of MTN advert Messages

*Boom!!! and that’s all my brothers.. No more 32043, 33070, 5010, 4100, etc. Especially Isa49v…….. Only Bank Credit Alerts.

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