“Please my dear, how much will you charge to make me stop receiving all these messages from my network?” the old man asked. He was asking a lady that sells recharge card and he was asking the question with all seriousness.
If you have ever asked that question or received 10 messages in a minute from MTN probably when you were expecting an important SMS, then you should be heaving a sigh of relief very soon.
This is an excerpt of a post I saw on IbPulse.com, I blog that focuses on happenings in the ancient city of Ibadan. The post talked about how to stop the unsolicited messages from MTN.
This morning, my madam informed me that there is a way to stop receiving unsolicited SMS from MTN.
Send STOP to 33111. You should get a text that read thus: “You will be removed from our campaign database within 24 hours.
Interesting the text ends with a thank you. I guess the ‘thank you’ is the network appreciating us for tolerating them for so long