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Airtel Africa Introduces ‘Amazing’ Data Bundles

Airtel Africa has introduced a new range of data bundles that could see customers receive up to 15GB of free data.

According to Gadgets Africa, new daily, weekly and monthly data promotion will allow customers to get 500MB free data every day – depending on their data plan. For a weekly plan, customers can get Free 3.5GB – 500MB is awarded on a daily basis for 7 days. For a monthly plan, customers can get Free 15GB – 500MB is awarded on a daily basis for 30 days.

Here’s a closer look at the data bundles:

Airtel Nigeria Introduces New Unlimited Data Plans

Airtel Nigeria has introduced a new range of unlimited data plans – known as ‘Unlimited Ultra Plans’. These have been designed for consumers who use Routers and Outdoor Unit’s (ODU).

According to Airtel, these plans will offer telecom consumers the freedom to do more and become more productive without worrying about data speed reduction and utilization.

With the New Unlimited Ultra Plans, consumers have four distinct packages to choose from which come with unlimited data, uncapped speed and applicable Fair Usage Policy (FUP):

  • Unlimited Ultra Weekly – priced at N5,000, consumers can enjoy Unlimited Data for 7 days with a FUP of 30GB plus 1GB data daily after FUP
  • Unlimited Ultra Standard – priced at N20,000, consumers can enjoy Unlimited Data for 30 days with a FUP of 130GB plus 3GB data daily after FUP
  • Unlimited Ultra Diamond – priced at N30,000, consumers can enjoy Unlimited Data for 30 Days with a FUP of 210 GB plus 3GB data daily after FUP
  • Unlimited Ultra Platinum – priced at N60,000, consumers can enjoy Unlimited Data for 30 Days with a FUP of 550 GB plus 3GB data daily after FUP
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