Tuesday, 13 June 2017

IF YOU NEED DATA; THEN READ THIS POST




So yesterday when I wrote about the HALLELUJAH CHALLENGE, I knew that a lot of challenges would be about data. Funny enough God brought a friend to my office yesterday unexpectedly and we got talking about the Challenge. I then asked him how he was able to get data to join and he introduced me to a plan I’m about to share with you guys now. 

For Airtel Subscribers
It’s an Airtel midnight plan called smartTRYBE. All you need to do is to buy an Airtel sim (in case you don’t have one) and if you have an existing Airtel line; then fine.

Just dial *312# to migrate to the plan. Once you migrate, dial the code again and you will receive three (3) options. Press 3 to choose Trybe Night Browsing. After that, you will get this option N25 for 500MB. Choose that option. Please note that the 5ooMB is valid between 12 and 5 am and will expire after 5 am. That means for every day you want to enjoy this 5oomb you must have more at least N25 in your account.

For MTN Subscribers, to Get MTN 500MB for N25

  • Your MTN sim must be on the MTN Pulse tariff plan, but if you are not sure of the plan you are already on, simply dial *123# to confirm which plan you are on or just dial *406# to migrate to MTN Pulse plan.
  • Make sure you have a minimum of N30 in your phone
  • Send NIGHT to 131 via SMS and you’ll get a message like this “Dear customer, you have successfully subscribed to Free Night Browsing between 00:00 and 04:00. N25 has been deducted from your account.

If you do migrate to any of this plan, kindly let me know your experience. Thank you.



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5 comments:

  1. I got talking with someone today and I heard MTN also has something similar but I really do not know how to go about it

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    1. Dear Anonymous, thank you for asking this question. I have updated the post to include MTN midnight data plan.

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  2. Yay that makes it easier for me cos am on MTN pulse

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  3. I tried it today but they didn't reply will it still work...how am I suppose to check if it has done

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    1. Dear Anonymous, which of the networks did you use? Anyway, regardless of the network they always send a reply. Another thing is, what time of the day did you dial the code? For example, on my MTN, I dialled the code in the morning like 8am & there was no reply but when I tried it at night like 11:50pm they replied. Whatever happens please let me know

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