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How to use MTN mPulse data bundle to browse & download

You are on this page as a follow-up link from mPulse, or as a direct search in both situation you might have used, I appreciate you. Going straight to the point, I will be highlighting the ways and tips to maximize the MTN mPulse data bundle in surfing the internet apart from its initial purpose by MTN.

In one of my previous post on this site, I wrote about how to get 1.2gb data on MTN mPulse if you have not read on that please check it out here ⇒ 1.2gb data for as low as N50 before you proceed on this new one,

MTN mPulse data bundle

The mPulse works fine but sometimes select SIM, anyway the plan is affordable and I believe you will enjoy it. This post is also a discovery on how to use mPulse special data bundle, to surf the net flawlessly on PC, Android, and iOS devices.

Thanks to Shelaf.com for the eye-opening post made by him, now mPulse data bundle works well on all google website, like:

  • Google Play Store
  • the Google Search
  • YouTube
  • Gmail
  • Google Maps
  • Gmail+
  • Google Drive etc.

For Android and iOS devices

Use this site: https://save.thoaimedia.com/

Just paste the direct download link of the file you want to download on the site, under the FILE URL.  Click on SAVE TO Google Drive and it would be uploaded directly on your google drive.

No special setting required, simply migrate to MTN mPulse Plan as I already gave the subscription code in my previous post here

Once the plan activated, connect to the internet and you are good to go with all Google websites.

Now you can use mPulse download anything from google play store, watching YouTube videos, sending and receiving email via Gmail. Even accessing, downloading, uploading files to Google Drive and many more.

For PC and Laptop users

PC users who have a large file to download, just save the file on Google drive and download it with the mPulse data.

How can I save file on Google Drive?
The new Save to Drive Chrome extension gives you a few new ways to capture content from anywhere on the web and store it neatly in Drive. After you install the extension on your Google Chrome Browser, you can click on the Drive extension icon to save:

  • files
  • an image of an entire page or an image of the visible page
  • the HTML source code
  • a Web archive (.mht)
  • Or you can right-click on images or links to files and save them directly to Drive.

After you save using the extension, you’ll see options to immediately open the file in Drive. Rename it, or view it in your Drive list. From there you will be able to download the file with your mPulse plan.

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