This is the complete Airtel BlackBerry Plans: Eligibility, Pricing and Subscription Codes in Nigeria. Many people out there are always looking out for the best deals that suit their needs.
The same applies to users of mobile devices who need data on their phones and other devices to do various activities like browsing or surfing the internet, checking their mails, social media activities and lots more.
For people who are always online or browsing with their mobile devices like BlackBerry and Android devices they tend to use and consume a lot data hence their need for cheap data deals.
GSM service providers are aware of the needs of the people for more data and are always introducing various deals into the market to maintain their existing subscribers as well attract new subscribers.
The competition between GSM operators has led to various data packages being introduced into the market which has left the subscriber with different options to choose from.
Airtel, one of the GSM service providers and operators in the country has introduced different data packages into the market giving subscribers great options.
One of the products introduced to the market is the BlackBerry plans that comes with different options and choices to help every subscriber get a plan that they can afford as well as suit their needs.
ABOUT BLACKBERRY PLANS
The BlackBerry plans have been repackaged to offer more value for your money and to suit your specific need. Subscribers can now choose from various plans for their BlackBerry devices and other related devices.
The BlackBerry plans available are BB ABSOLUTE, BB COMPLETE and BB UNLIMITED
For the monthly package you will pay 3000 Naira for 4GB. To get the plan you simply dial *485# or SMS bismonth to 440
For the weekly package you will pay 500 Naira for 500MB. To get the plan simply dial *486# or SMS bisweek to 440.
For the daily package 200 Naira for 80MB.To get the plan simply dial *487# or SMS bisday to 440.
For the monthly package you will pay 1400 Naira for 3GB. To get the plan you simply dial *440*1# or SMS bcm to 440
For the weekly package you will pay 400 Naira for 100MB. To get the plan simply dial *440*2# or SMS bcw to 440.
For the daily package 100 Naira for 10MB. To get the plan simply dial *440*3# or SMS bcd to 440.
For the monthly package you will pay 1500 Naira for 2GB. To get the plan you simply dial *440*16# or SMS bbum to 440
For the weekly package you will pay 525 Naira for 200MB. To get the plan simply dial *440*17# or SMS bbuw to 440.
For the daily package 100 Naira for 40MB. To get the plan simply dial *440*18# or SMS bbud to 440.
Depending on the plan you have chosen, a message will be sent to your device informing you the migration has been successful.
When a subscriber has consumed all the data purchased or the data has expired, the subscriber will now be charged at PAYU rates of 5 kobo per kilobyte to continue using internet service.
Subscribers though are advised that when their data expires or it has been consumed they should load a normal data bundle by SMS or USSD or purchase any data bundle plan on offer which suits their needs.
The following subscribers are eligible for the BlackBerry plans, they include
Zero Credit Limit customers
All monthly plans are available to be taken up by Postpaid and Zero Credit Limit customers. It is worth noting that the Classic BIS plan already exists at the rate of 3000 Naira a month
Postpaid customers interested in any of the plans can activate the plan by either visiting any Airtel office close to them or by making a request through a key account officer or manager.
To partake and enjoy any of the plans available, a Postpaid subscriber should do the following
Make a request for data to be activated on the Postpaid sim
Migrate to the plan that was requested for
Agree to pay for the data rates available while browsing the internet which is outside the plan migrated to, with the understanding that the monthly limits includes voice and data related charges.
When Postpaid subscribers consume their data or it expires, they will be charged 5kobo per kilobyte to have access to the internet.
This service is available to both new and existing Postpaid customers
Yes, Postpaid customers will be disconnected from voice calls when their credit limits expires. The subscribers will be able to still enjoy the BlackBerry and data transactions (PAYU) until the bundle is consumed or expires.
A Postpaid customer who migrates to any of the BlackBerry plans will have the amount of the plan chosen deducted from his or her account.
For example, if a subscriber has a 10000 Naira credit limit and decides to migrate to the BlackBerry Complete plan, he or she will have 1400 Naira removed from his or her account and will be left with 8600 Naira to be used for voice calls.
Once subscribers exhaust their voice credit limits, they will be barred from making voice calls but will still be able to use the BlackBerry services till they expire at the end of the monthly cycle.
Once the bundle expires, if the subscribers have not exhausted their credit limit, they will still be able to browse the internet at PAYU rates.
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Customers or subscribers who will like to switch from one BlackBerry Plan to another should contact their Key account managers and inform them of their decision at least one week before their plan ends at the end of its monthly cycle.
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