Victor Aaron December 04, 2017 Technology
Do you know that you can borrow data?
The answer is yes, you can now borrow data from your service provider at any time you are out of data, all you need is to be on the network for at least 3 months to qualify you to borrow data. Kindly follow the instructions below to borrow data from your service provider.
MTNDial *606# on your phone and select the xtrabyte option. It’ll bring out a list of data volumes you can borrow and the price for each.
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- 150MB Daily
- 150MB Weekly
- 500MB The offer ranges from 20MB to 2GB. The more active you are on the network, the higher the volumes available for borrowing. NOTE: The owed amount will be deducted when next you recharge your phone.
- 3.2gb NOTE: The owed amount will be deducted when next you recharge your phone.
GLOFor Glo borrow me data, just dial *321# on your Glo line, and then choose from the available data volumes. Glo also insists that you must have been active on the network for 3 months before you’ll be eligible to borrow data.
READ ALSO:How to Check Glo Airtime Bonus BalanceAvailable data volumes include
9MOBILEIt’s a bit unfortunate but 9Mobile doesn’t yet have a data borrowing service onboard their network. However, their credit borrowing service, easycredit, allows you purchase data bundles with the borrowed amount.
READ ALSO:How to Check 9mobile Data BalanceTo check if you’re eligible, dial *665*3# or text STATUS to 665. Dial*665*amount# to borrow any amount or text the amount to 665. Available amounts to borrow are: N50, N100, N200, N500, N1000, N1,150 and N2600 You’ll be charged 15% of the amount borrowed as the service fee. NOTE: The owed amount will be deducted when next you recharge your phone.
READ ALSO:How To Check Airtel Data BalanceTo borrow data on Airtel, dial *500#, then choose the borrow data option. NOTE: The owed amount will be deducted when next you recharge your phone.
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