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Port to Airtel Network and Get 10GB Data For Just N500 or 2GB for N100

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), announced on March 26 2013 as the launch date of the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in Nigeria.
MNP will enable a subscriber move from his service provider (donor) to another (recipient) without losing the number he/she already uses (eg change from MTN to Glo Mobile without losing his/her MTN number).
                                              
  airtel 10GB Data For Just N500 or 2GB for N100

When you request to change your service provider, the recipient provider will issue you a new sim card but you will still retain your phone number. This simply means a subscriber can keep his/her phone number when changing from one service provider to another despite the change in the SIM card of the subscriber.

Airtel NG is here with an astounding offer that gives you walloping 10GB data for just N500 or 2GB for N100 when you moved your telephone number from any GSM network onto their system. The Bonus data works on 2G/3G and 4G . it can be utilized both at daytime and night, surf and download on all sites without VPN applications.

 The service is completely FREE and your line doesn’t stop working all through the process!

How do I port into Airtel?

Porting into the Airtel Network is easy. Just follow the steps below:

  • Fill out an MNP Request Form port-in form. Please click here to download a form
  • Attach 1 passport photograph OR valid form of identification with the form
  • Visit an Airtel Shop to collect an Airtel SIM and submit your completed form. 
  • Now you will receive an SMS from Airtel on the MTN SIM telling you (You wish to port your line)
  • Reboot your Smartphone when you noticed that the MTN Network has disappeared.
  • You will be guided to input your newly ported Airtel SIM Card.
  • Switch Off your phone and just insert the newly ported Airtel SIM
  • You will then get a confirmation message from Airtel that your sim has been ported.
  • An SMS will be sent to you acknowledging receipt of notification
  • Another SMS will be sent notifying you that your port is successful
  • Insert your MTN SIM into your phone

Welcome to Airtel! 

Ensure you follow these steps below in other to flex the Whopping 10GB Data for just N500 or 2GB for N100. 
                                    
        Airtel porting 10gb      

The most effective method to Get 2GB for N100 

Presently, after successfully porting your MTN line to your Airtel SIM 
Recharge your Airtel ported sim through Online Banking, TopUp Africa or utilize your Zoto Mobile Recharge

Note: Do not recharge with scratch card pin.

After recharging N100 with any of the strategies above, you'll be given 2GB Data which lasts for 30 days and the Data balance can be checked by dialing *223# on your phone. 

The most effective method to Get 10GB Data For Just N500 

The more you recharge N100, the more the data accumulates. 
N200 recharge will give you instant 4GB data bonus while N500 recharge will give you 10GB and vice versa.
You can’t accumulate above 50GB data and each of the data has 30 days validity period. 
The money you loaded will be intact while you enjoy your data.

Keep in mind not to recharge with scratch card pin, else, you won't be given any data. 

Why should I port to Airtel?

When you port into Airtel:

  • You get the best of rates for voice and data services
  • You begin to leverage Airtel’s wide range of innovative and unparalleled products and services
  • You have the benefit of being served by a top global brand with best-in-class network quality, amazing data speeds and a differentiated customer service experience.
  • Because of Airtel’s global reach, you enjoy unmatched benefits when you use your line in 20 countries and counting
  • You join the 3rd largest mobile network operator in the world
  • You immediately become a part of a global family of over 300 million subscribers.
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