Night Plan Data Bundle – Seems God just started answering the prayers Nigerians have been bombarding on him concerning the cost of data in our Country. The prizes for data subscriptions all of a sudden started becoming a little bit affordable and inexpensive.
I keep wondering if this was the reason why people reduced the rate at which they hunt for free browsing cheats, but nevertheless, whenever anyone comes up, I will always be the first to pounce on it and will always share it here.
In this post, I will give you the complete list of the new Night Plan Data Bundle for different Mobile networks have rolled out for its customers to flex.
MTN Night Plan Data Bundle
With just N25 you can get 500MB from MTN and surf the net all through the night, starting from 12 AM to 4 AM.
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.”
Note that you can only get this offer ones daily per sim card. So what do you think? Just get more sim cards at your disposal and gather 500MB with just N25 in each and every one of them and flex it all through the night. EG, 500MB inside 5 sims will give you 2.5GB for N125.
GLO Night Plan Data Bundle
Globacom has a cheap bundle to enjoy during the night, with just N200, you can get 1GB to use from 12.00am – 5.00am.
To Subscribe For Glo Night Plan Data Bundle
» Simply dial *777# and follow the prompt [Data Services » Buy Data » Night and Weekend plans], then select 1 for Night plan.
Work for all devices ranging from Android Smartphones, iPhone/iPad, Laptops, BB10, Windows phone, Symbian/Java phones; you just name it.
The problem most people have with GLO is that their network is not stable in so many areas in Nigeria. Quote me wrong if you can.
Airtel Night Plan Data Bundle
Airtel decided to remodel their Night plan data package after noticing that nobody is patronizing their previous Night plan package that you have to pay N1000 for 2HRS. Airtel has chosen to stop sitting in the dark by introducing a more customer friendly Night plan package which offers you 500MB for N25 and 1.5GB for N50.
This plan is exclusively for SmartTRYBE users on Airtel, it means you must migrate to Airtel SmartTRYBE before you can enjoy the offer, dial *312# then reply with 1
To Subscribe to Airtel 1.5GB for N50, 500MB for N25 and 1GB for N500
» Simply dial *312#
» For 1GB which cost N500, reply with 2 – valid for 7 days
» For 500MB which cost N25 and 1.5GB for N50, reply with 3 – Night Plan from 12 am – 5 am
» For 200MB which cost N200 + 30Min call, reply with 4 – Weekend: Sat and Sun
Take note that the call tariff on the SmartTrybe features 11k/s calls charges for all national networks (N6.60K/min)
Unlike the MTN night plan package that every SIM card is entitled to a one-time activation per night, Airtel night plan can be renewed if exhausted, which means you can resubscribe after exhausting your initial 1.5GB.
Etisalat Night Plan Data Bundle
My best network. Always fast in data speed and will be the last network to varnish when you find yourself in a remote village.
The new Etisalat night plan cost N50 for 250MB and is available for the Easycliq tariff plan. This night plan works for all devices ranging from Android Smartphones, iPhone/iPad, PC/Tablet, BB10, Windows phone, Symbian/Java phones; you just name it. Duration of service lasts between 12:00 AM to 5:00 AM.
To Activate Etisalat 250MB For N50 Night Plan
- Migrate to Easycliq tariff plan by dialing *244*1#
- Make sure you have minimum airtime balance of N50
- Dial *229*10*10# to activate 250MB for N50 (12:00am- 5:00am)
What is your own view about these Night plan data packages introduced by all the major ISP (internet service providers) in Nigeria?