When it comes to consistently trying to bring the best value, speed and quantity in networking, Airtel hardly ever disappoints. Of course, there are other… Read More »Get 2GB of data for just N500 on Airtel Nigeria.
Mobility Nigeria helps you keep up with the best SIM cards, mobile data plans, and mobile phones in Nigeria.
Airtel Data Plans
Get cheap data bundle for your smartphone. Choose from a variety of daily, weekly, monthly and yearly Airtel data plans. Find out how the different plans work and how to activate them – via USSD, SMS, or mobile app.
The Airtel 1GB for 100 naira data plan is an extremely generous one, but it comes with some limitations. Find out how it works and how to activate it.
As some of you already know, and for those that don’t, I’ve been singing Airtel’s praises for a while now. Well, the singing isn’t going… Read More »Airtel’s 10GB double bonus data plan costs just ₦2,500
One of the new Airtel unlimited data plans is the Airtel Unlimited Ultra Weekly plan that costs N5,000. Here is what you get when you subscribe, and how to activate it.
One of the new Airtel unlimited data plans is the How to activate Airtel Unlimited Ultra Standard plan that costs N20,000. Here is what you get when you subscribe, and how to activate it.
Airtel PAYU data plan allows you to browse with airtime on Airtel Nigeria on a pay-as-you-go basis i.e. without subscribing to a data bundle. Here’s info on how to activate, as well as stop, it.
About Mobility Nigeria
An emerging economy like Nigeria is depending on the widespread availability of Internet access to propel economic development across its population of 200 million people. In the new digital world of the 21st century, Internet access is life.
Mobility Nigeria provides information about SIM cards, mobile data plans and bundles, as well as mobile Internet tariffs In Nigeria. Read this website to keep up to date and informed when a Nigerian network operator introduces new services.
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