Data Bundle Subcriptions in Nigeria for N1,000

This article is all about how to get a reasonable data bundle at the rate of N1,000 from the top telecommunication service providers in Nigeria.
Data Bundle Subcriptions in Nigeria for N1,000

Use of mobile phones has never witnessed downward swing since its introduction into the general market in Nigeria.

Yesterday, May 1, Nigerian workers cried out for increament in their take home as the current one could no longer even feed a politician’s dog as stated by Senator Shehu sani.
However, most of them have phones that could access internet which they used to get the latest update on thier request for upgrade of the wage.
For people with smartphone and those that only read news online like my mother (hardly facebook or watch youtube), I think with N1,000, they can get something like 1 – 1.5GB or more for their use.
Checking our top four telecoms service provider in Nigeria below, Airtel, Etisalat, Globacom and MTN Nigeria to know what N1,000 will give us:
Airtel:  N1,000 can fetch you 1.5GB (Android 1.0) valid for 30 days. Simply dial *496# to subscribe.
Etisalat: N1,000 can fetch you 1GB, yes 1GB, I said, they are a bit stingy but very fast. It’s also valid for 30 days. Simply dial *229*2*22# to subscribe.
Glo: N1,000 can fetch you 1.6GB (Always Micro) valid for 30 days. Simply dial *127*53# to subscribe, or SMS “53” to “127”.
MTN Nigeria: N1,000 can fetch you 1.5GB valid for 30 days. Simply dial *131*106# to subscribe or SMS “106” to “131”.
To check your data Balance:

Airtel: To check your balance on Airtel network simply dial *140# or *223# to check your balance.
Etisalat: To check your data balance, dial *228# and to disable auto-renewal, dial *229*0#.
Glo: To check your available data volume, simply dial *127*0# or SMS “info” to “127”.
MTN Nigeria: To check your remaining data volume, simply dial *131*4# or SMS “2” to “131” and to disable auto-renewal, SMS “NO106” to “131”.

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