Cancel Subscription On Mtn
As an MTN user, there are lots of services that you can be subscribed to but what happens when you no longer need them?. Well, I am going to show you how to cancel a subscription on MTN regardless of the reason why.
Some services charge your airtime or data anytime that you top up. This is very annoying especially when you no longer have need for the service or didn’t even subscribe to it intentionally.
When you notice deductions to your airtime, it is normal to want to know how to stop it, and that’s what this article will be all about. We are going to show you how to check active subscriptions and how to cancel them. Without wasting much of our time, let us get right into today’s article.
How To Cancel Subscription On MTN
Getting to cancel subscriptions on MTN is not as hard as many people would think. Follow the steps to cancel any subscription that you no longer need.
- Go to your Phone app and dial *155#
- Reply with 1 to view or cancel subscriptions that are active.
- Reply with 1 to cancel.
After doing this, you will receive a message letting you know that your request is being processed. It usually takes a few minutes or up to a day on rare occasions for the subscription to then be canceled. Dial *155#, and reply with 1 to check if it’s still there.
If you don’t go through the process above, follow these steps below.
- Go to your Phone app, dial *141*5# and reply with .
- Reply with 1 on the next prompt to manage content services.
- Reply with 2 to manage premium rate services.
- With this, you can opt out of any PRS on your network.
To block future PRS charges, dial *155#, and reply with 99 to view the next page, now, select the 4th option, and select the 2nd option. Now, you have easily blocked any PRS going on on your account.
How To Check Subscriptions On MTN
If you are using MTN, and want to check if there are any active subscriptions to services on your account, follow the steps below.
- Go to your Phone app and dial *141*5#
- Select the 2nd option
- Select Manage Content Services
- Now, follow the simple instructions to check out any active services.
What Is WASP Subscription
WASP stands for Wireless Application Service Provider. It is responsible for things like MMS, bulk SMS, Interactive Voice Response, USSD, and many more.
Over the years, WASP has been used by telecom companies to provide lots of services, and sometimes, they charge for specific services. Well, if you’re tired of the charges, you can cancel them.
Types of WASP Subscriptions
There are different types of WASP subscriptions, but here are a few of them.
- Bulk SMS and Bulk MMS: This service allows someone to send the exact same SMS message or MMS message to a large number of network users at once.
- Reverse Billed SMS: This allows the message receiver to be charged for the cost of the SMS message received instead of the message sender
- USSD: This is used for sending short text messages used to request for different things.
- MMS: Multimedia Messaging Service is used to send multimedia files like sound, images, videos, etc in a message to other users.
- Premium-Rated SMS: This is sent to users if they made a request for it, and they usually charge quite a substantial fee.
- Premium-Rated USSD: This is a service that charges users when they dial a specific USSD code. After dialing, you would have the choice to cancel so you won’t be charged.
- SIFT: Subscriber Identity for Third Parties is used by organizations to verify a SIM card user, a common one is the use of OTP codes.
- IVR: Interactive Voice Response is an automated voice message that is meant to guide users.