MTN NG Celebrating The New Year 2017 With a Gift of Free 4GB Data

This is my first post in the year 2017 and before anything, I must take a quiet moment out to wish you a wonderful, happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. I'm sorry for letting this come in late, but it is better late than never, right?
On the New Year, we look back on all the warm memories, feel proud of our achievements and take a lesson from our previous mistakes. Have a year filled with endless fun and laughter.
However, time doesn't permit me to express myself in detail, but I must say thank you for being part of our 2016. I want you to know how much I value your support, viewers like you are not easy to find and I cannot quantify by appreciation for your love and support throughout the last year.
I want to sincerely thank everyone for choosing us as your Informative blog in 2016. Blogging in 2016 wouldn’t have been interesting, gearing without having an excellent Reader like you. Blogging would have been unglued, lackadaisical and boring without you reading my noisome, ugly but informative write-up. I must really say, I value you all and I’m grateful.

With your love and support, us achieved many milestones in 2016 and this year will be a very successful one for all of us. Expect more goodies from us this year...
Back to the main business. The first GSM network to make a call in Nigeria - MTN, wants to start this year with a gift. MTN is giving out a whooping 4GB of data for free to their patriotic subscribers.
As reported through the SMS notification, “to celebrate the new year, you have been credited with 4GB Free Data Valid for 7 days to be enjoyed only on 4G enabled devices".

Unfortunately, the MTN Gift is not for everybody, to check if you are part of the coming up roses;
Simply dial *559*444# to check your free 4GB data.

Don't forget to share your testimony via the comment box if you are part of the lucky people.
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