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MTN Jara: How to Subscribe for Unlimited Calls for 50 Pesewas

MTN Jara: What is it?

MTN Jara is an ongoing promotion by MTN Ghana that enables MTN customers in selected regions of the country to make unlimited calls to other MTN numbers for 24 hours at the cost of GHS 0.50. The promotion works in the Upper East, Upper West, Nothern, Volta and Brong Ahafo Regions of Ghana.

How to Subscribe to MTN Jara in Ghana

Subscribing to the MTN Jara promotion is easy. All you have to do is dial the code *6065# and follow the prompts. The Jara is an auto-renewal promotion, therefore you will continue to be deducted 50 pesewas every day until you deactivate the service. If you activate the service while in any of the promotional zone regions (Upper East, Upper West, Nothern, Volta and Brong Ahafo), you can still make free unlimited calls to someone who is in the non-promotional regions (Ashanti, Western, Eastern, Central, Greater Accra).

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The promotion automatically renews at 12 am each night if the subscriber has at least 50 pesewas of credit available on their line.

Why MTN Jara?

I feel MTN Ghana has introduced the Jara service in these 5 regions because residents of the regions do not make a lot of calls. In encouraging them to call each other, MTN can make some money as well as influence their mobile user behaviour. In the future, when the Jara promotion is over, residents will still need to make calls and they would be willing to pay more.

Information Worth Mentioning

The MTN Jara promo does not work on Sundays. This means that activating the service on a Sunday will have your GHS 0.50 deducted but you will not benefit from the promo. For other shortcodes to all other MTN Service, read this: Shortcodes to MTN Services in Ghana

Do you live in any of the regions where you can activate the Jara promotion? Are you facing difficulties with the MTN Jara Code? Leave a comment below and we will respond shortly. Don’t forget to share this post with your friends.

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