We have reviewed MTN Ghana Bulk SMS packages and have compiled them in this article with their respective prices.

Should in case you want to send bulk text messages to your clients, you can just subscribe to any of the packages available and get things done.

Bulk SMS is a smart way for businesses to reach out to their customers. According to studies, bulk SMS has a better conversion rate as compared to other marketing channels.

A lot of people do read text messages received on their phone than viewing WhatsApp messages, going online and others.

How to purchase bulk SMS on MTN.

To sign up for MTN Bulk messaging, you need to register online on their designated bulk SMS platform.

Registration process.

See the registration process below. It’s simple and straightforward.

  1. Open your browser and log on to bulksms.mtn.com.gh
  2. A registration form will be displayed to you. 
  3. Scroll down and click on Register. Log in if you already have an account
  4. Fill all the information required on the registration page

Account type: leave as it is

Mobile number: 02xxxxxxxx

Alternative phone: 02xxxxxxxx

First Name: enter your first name

Last name: enter your last name

Date of birth: enter your date of birth

Email: enter a working and valid email address

Address: enter your current address

Hint Question: choose a hint question

Hint answer: type your hint answer here

Verification: enter verification code shown below

  1. Click on Register to proceed.
  2. Registration has been completed successfully. Click ok to continue
  3. Your login password will be sent to your mobile phone. Keep it safe
  4. Enter your telephone number and password to log in

MTN Ghana Bulk SMS Packages.

Below are the available packages.

Number of SMS / SMS Count Price in GHC
100 3.00
200 6.00
400 12.00
500 14.00
1000 28.00
2000 54.00
2500 64.00
3000 74.00
5000 120.00


How to buy a Bulk SMS package.

  1. Click on Service Management on the side panel of your dashboard
  2. Select purchase Bulk SMS
  3. Select one of the SMS bundles to purchase. Make sure you have sufficient airtime balance on your phone to ensure a successful purchase.
  4. Enter verification code
  5. Click on Purchase Bundle

You have successfully purchased a SMS pack from MTN Ghana.

How to send SMS in bulk.

After buying your preferred package it is time to send the text messages to the intended audience.

Make sure you have a list of all the contacts you intend sending the SMS to.

Follow the steps below to complete the task.

  1. From the left sidebar click on Service Management
  2. Select Send Bulk SMS Online
  3. Enter mobile numbers. Separate them with commas and must be 10 digits number)
  4. Type in SMS Text
  5. Enter verification code and click Send SMS

Messages will be delivered to the intended audience instantly.

You have successfully sent bulk messages to different contacts at the same time.

You can also use the Send SMS in Batch option to perform the above task.

You can check your SMS Balance and perform other tasks from the same dashboard.

Make sure to log out after you are done with everything.

Final words.

Bulk SMS is something businesses should leverage on in order to reach a large number of audience.

If you need guidance on how to do all these, we can be of help. Just send us a message on 0241648023 or call 0203256997

For more information and assistance, visit the nearest MTN office or call 100.

You can also visit www.bulksms.mtn.com.gh for further information.

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  • Francis Amoah Nuako

    Francis Amoah Nuako, professionally known as PC Boss, is a Ghanaian blogger and SEO expert. He is the founder of PC Boss Online, a tech blog that publishes technology-related articles primarily for Ghanaian audiences. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSc Nursing) and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSc Information Technology) from the University of Health and Allied Sciences and Ghana Communication Technology University, respectively.

Post update on January 27, 2022