This article contain new Etisalat Data Plans, Subscription Codes and Prices in Nigeria. You will have options to choose because I have reviewed different plans that can suite different people depending on your daily-meekly-monthly internet usage rate.
The internet has brought with it a revolution in the world of information and communication. With the various smartphones available, as well as other portable, high-speed gadgets, one is virtually spoilt for choice when it comes to eliciting valuable information about basically anything.
With just one click, one tap or one swipe, one can assess anything he wants to via the internet. The world is more or less at our fingertips.
The utility of the Internet is not limited to ease of information, as a matter of fact it transcends it. There is no gainsaying the fact that communication has been made a lot easier.
The days of telegrams and letters which would take days or even weeks to get to the intended recipient are well and truly behind us.
Social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, to Instant Messaging Applications like Whatsapp and Blackberry Messenger, reaching out to loved ones and getting to meet with new people now requires little, if any effort.
Surfing the internet is not absolutely seamless however. In gaining access to the world via smartphones and other gadgets, the availability of what is known as mobile data is required.
Mobile data is measured in bytes, and depending on the size of information or volume of communication, using the Internet for a particular purpose would chalk up a sizeable amount of kilobytes, megabytes or even gigabytes.
To this end, people are cautious as to how they use their mobile data, so as to avoid getting abruptly cut out of the virtual world against their will. Again, people are always on the lookout for the cheapest and most effective rates of acquiring mobile data.
In Nigeria, there are a number of network service providers, the major ones being MTN, Airtel, Glo and Etisalat. These service providers found their way into the country in the course of the last decade, not least due to the emergence of cellphones as well as the increased need and demand for telecommunication services.
MTN has its main headquarters in South Africa, and Airtel, which has gone through various changes in name over the years, enjoys a significant degree of patronage around the African continent.
Glo stands out as Nigeria’s major indigenous network service provider, and Etisalat, the “youngest” of the four, has its roots in the Middle East and Egypt.
Over the years, Etisalat has emerged as a dominant force to be reckoned with in the Nigerian telecommunications industry.
This is largely to the existence of reliable masts around the country which help for quality network service, as well as its packages which have made it a hit with the young population.
From the weekly bonuses, to packages like EasyCliq and EasyBlaze, it is pretty clear that Etisalat has come to stay.
However, there are people who still have problems with assessing the beneficial packages made available by Etisalat, largely due of lack of information.
Depending on volume of internet use and available finances, there are a host of mobile data plans on the Etisalat platform. Here are the Etisalat data plans and how you can buy them:
Each data plan comes with the added bonus of a rollover, that is, unused data entering into the next month, if the next subscription is done before the day the validity of the plan ends.
However, rollover will only occur where subscription is done within the same plan. For example, a subscriber of the 500MB data plan will not get a rollover if on the next occasion, he opts for the 200MB or the 1GB Data Plan.
The comprehensive list above goes to show the unique way in which Etisalat caters to all its subscribers at all levels. Nothing makes a network service provider stand out quite like convenience, and Etisalat provides just that.
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