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MTN Eazi Recharge is a safe and simple way to top up your MTN account with data,
airtime, or SMS bundles. It doesn't matter if you're prepaid or post-paid, all you
need is a debit or credit card with one of SA's biggest and most trusted banks.
Dial *136*10# to top-up
Dial *136*10# to register for MTN Eazi Recharge.You only have to do this once, and you dialthe same number to top up.
Buy data bundles, voice bundles, airtime,or SMSs - any type, any amount.
Start browsing, calling, or texting again with your newbundle. When you need more, just do it all again!
How does it work once you're registered?
Is it safe?
Yes, 100%. Whenever you enter your PIN and card number,
it stays between you and your bank - we don't see that info at all.
And to make extra sure that your details stay safe,
we've partnered with world-renowned financial
services company Mastercard for added security.
This does not mean that you can only use
Mastercards = MTN Eazi Recharge works with any card
from the major South African banks listed below (Visa included).
What can I buy?
Anything. As long as it's MTN TopUp, you can buy
whatever you like - data bundles, voice bundles, SMS
bundles, or airtime of any amount.
Who can use Eazi Recharge?
Anyone with a prepaid (PayAsYouGo) or post-paid
(contract) MTN number, and a debit/credit card from
one of these South African banks: Absa, Nedbank,
Standard Bank, Capitec, Bidvest, VBS, or Postbank.
What does it cost?
Nothing extra. You might pay a small fee for bank
charges as usual, but the bundles cost exactly the
same as they would anywhere else in the country.
When can I recharge?
All day, every day. MTN Eazi Recharge doesn't have
opening or closing hours - it's available 24 hours a
day, whenever and wherever you need it.
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