Etisalat 1GB Data Bundle Plan For #1,000
Since the monopoly of MTN Nigeria was broken, competition has being the name of the game with the various mobile network providers in the country. All mobile networks operators are looking for ways to get more customers whilst making the existing one happy by rolling out different packages.
One of such package rolled out by Etisalat Nigeria to stay afloat in the competitive mobile network market and also break even is by introducing the 1GB data bundle plan for just #1,000. Before now and even now for the uninformed, etisalat still charge #1,000 for 200mb, so you should count yourself lucky for being enlightened.
When this plan was initially launched it was for select few Etisalat customers based on some criterion I could not figure out but at this very moment, the plan is now open to all Etisalat subscribers. Any subscriber on the Etisalat Nigeria network can subscribe and make use of this data bundle plan.
Code For Etisalat 1GB For #1,000 (One Thousand Naira)
To subscribe for the Etisalat 1GB data plan for #1,000 (one thousand Naira) all the etisalat subscribe must make sure is that there is up to #1,000 airtime on the etisalat line. Next is to dial *229*2*7#
The Etisalat 1GB data plan for #1,000 has a validity period of 30days. So for 30days the subscriber gets to enjoy the 1gb so long as the data allotted is not exceeded within the 30days validity period.
In clear terms, the code to subscribe for Etisalat 1gb data bundle plan for 1k is *229*2*7#
CHECK ETISALAT DATA BALANCE
To check the validity period of Etisalat data bundle, data allotted, amount of data remaining and also the expiration period of the data dial the following code.
Inasmuch as Etisalat has brought out this plan and finally made it open to all subscribers, I still maintain that the data plan is still on the high side compared to Globacom’s 1.5gb for same #1,000. Whatever the case, I am still very optimistic and on the look out for favorably data bundle plans as competition gets stiffer between the mobile network operators in Nigeria.
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