TIDAL is a global, experiential, entertainment platform built for fans, directly from artists around the world. TIDAL members enjoy exclusively curated content that directly connect artists with their fans in multiple ways.
The service offers high-fidelity, CD sound quality music, high resolution video, an opportunity to discover new artists via TIDAL Rising and unique experiences via TIDAL X. With a catalog of more than 60 million songs and 250,000 high quality videos TIDAL offers its members a complete music experience and allow fans to establish a closer connection with their favorite artists.
TIDAL and MTN partner to bring music streaming to African customers.
The partnership provides MTN customers a variety of options for a data-inclusive TIDAL membership as part of their mobile plan to gain access to exclusive high-quality streaming music, videos, concerts and more.
Are you in the mood to stream Nigeria's biggest songs? This is the perfect playlist for you that gives you a mix of Afrobeat, Afropop, Highlife and R&B.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for TIDAL through MTN?
You can download the App via Google Play App Stores and register using your phone number. Enter the four digit PIN sent to you via SMS.
Upon registration, as a new user you will get 30 days free trial.
For IOS users, they can register via the web using offer.tidal.com/signup/mtn-nigeria
For users with DUAL SIM Phones: Please disable the non-MTN sim on the phone during sign up to redeem MTN offer. This is only required if you have a NON-MTN sim on the phone.
What TIDAL plans are offered for MTN subscribers?
TIDAL is available on the following plans:
One month Free
3 Days Access Only
Weekly Access Only
Monthly Access Only
90 Days Access Only
365 Days Access Only
3 Days Access with Data
Weekly Access with Data
Monthly Access with Data
How do I cancel my TIDAL account?
Contact MTN via Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, or walk into an MTN Centres. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who do I contact if I am having an issue using TIDAL?