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August 10, 2014

Smart *121# now live, the go to number for prepaid subs

Nearly two years and a half after Globe introduced the *143#, it’s Smart’s turn to introduce a go-to-number code (*121#) that will simplify the process of enrolling various prepaid promos, as well as easy access to different account-related information and services.

On your phone’s dialer, just key in *121# and press the call button. This will generate a pop-up window where subscribers can select offers, services and shortcut to account information.

Smart’s new number code is also accessible to postpaid subscribers, albeit not all options are available on the menu.

For more information about this, just head on over to the source link below. Conversely, you can also try the codes out for yourself.

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6 Responses to “Smart *121# now live, the go to number for prepaid subs”

  1. parkaerin
    Twitter: parkaerin
    says:

    fin’lly! ????

  2. Super late and no originality ang smart. Booo

  3. Ang says:

    The only thing good about Smart is their network. Their promos, stires, marketing and service offers sucks.

  4. metre9dmt says:

    Smart may have the widest network but their plans, promos and service are of dubious quality. To give you an example, I experience problems with one of their plans, I went to Smart SM City Calamba branch for assistance. They made me wait for 1 hour without even updating. Grabe. Out of disgust, I went home and never paid the unusable plan anymore.

    Wala na bang ibang network na lalaban sa Globe/Smart duopoly? :-(

  5. aywgumana says:

    tried this and got a “Connection problem or invalid MMI code” on my screen

  6. carlos jhunie
    Twitter: CarlosJhunie
    says:

    Before this one, there’s already *123#. Now, when I tried *121# and *123#, it gave me the same options.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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