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Falz, Skales, Tekno in Pulse’s 406 Na The Code


The Echo Club on Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos, was where to be on Tuesday, as the revamped data package, MTN Pulse, formally made a comeback at a media launch held in the facility.

Music blared from the dais, as champagne popped up brighter moments and exquisite experience at the club. The euphoria and excitement generated by the relaunch, no doubts, were enough to prove why the hashtags #PulseIsBack #ItsWhoWeAre and #MTNPulse trended all evening.

The event, which attracted high networth guests, the young and upward mobile professionals, discerning music lovers, top business executives drawn from the banking/finance, telecommunications, architecture, engineering and law began with a special yellow carpet reception and cocktail session.

Beyond the exciting data package, MTN Pulse is an enabler that empowers the youths with relevant offerings fit for their daily academic and lifestyle needs, according to Richard Iweanoge, General Manager, Consumer Marketing, MTN Nigeria.

In his words: “It is much more than a tariff plan; it’s a lifestyle and a movement of individuals who want to stand out from the crowd, proud of their originality, pacesetters, and trendy. With the package, you can enter into an unlimited world of possibilities.”

The event also saw the formal screening of the new Pulse movie and its hit track 406 Na The Code, as done by Pulse’s threesome rave of the moment, Falz, Skales and Tekno.

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