Have you heard of Airtel ONE SIM Tariff plan? this plan started since 2013 and many people who knew about it have been rocking with it.
According to Airtel Customer care, you can get free 15MB plus 100% bonus on every recharge if you migrate to Airtel One SIM tariff plan and recharge at least NGN200 per week.
Airtel One Sim tafic plan is one of the cheapest Airtel tariff plan in Nigeria. According to the girl that called me, if you migrate to Airtel One SIM, you will be charged a plat rate of 40kobo flat rate and 12kobo/second from 1st second up to 2 special Airtel lines.
How to Migrate to AIRTEL ONE SIM Tariff plan
To migrate to Airtel One SIM, Kindly dial *337# or send ‘ON’ to 337.
First migration is absolutely FREE but if you want to migrate again with the same line, they will charge you N100 fee.
Again, to add these 2 special numbers are FREE but they will charge N20 if you want to register another lines other than the first two lines.
Please note that the phone numbers should be fully registered at the nearest Airtel shop.
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How to Add the Special Numbers in Airtel One SIM Tariff Plan
To add the two special numbers
To add special number, dial;
How to Remove Special Number in Airtel One SIM Tariff Plan
To remove a special number, dial;
How to Check Already Added Number on Airtel One SIM Tariff Plan
To check already added, dial;
If you want to access all the other options if you dial *337*1#
Please note that the FREE 15MB is only Valid for 3 days.
You can migrate out from this tariff plan anytime if you so wish to.
Airtel One SIM Tariff Plan Review
This tariff plan is not very popular as many people are not aware of it. For me, this is an interesting one. Airtel Nigeria is trying to reward their loyal customers with some mouthwatering freebies to encourage them stay on with the network.
I have not used this plan before, but I think is a step to the right direction.
Even though the bonus is small and the MB expires after sometimes, it’s still okay to give it a try. Sometimes, it’s better than nothing.
What do you think?
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