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Cheap Data Plans For MTN, GLO, 9Mobile And Airtel – March 2019

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Cheap data plans are the one best things you can find on the internet and now I’ve compiled a list of cheap data plans you can use during this period to save you more money and make you enjoy surfing the web from the comfort of your home.

Cheap Data Plans For MTN, GLO, 9Mobile And Airtel

Cheap Data Plans For MTN

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MTN recently unveiled a set of new data plans. You can now get 1GB of data for just N200 valid for 7days, 4GB for N1000 valid for 1 month or 250MB for N100 valid for 3 days.

Dial *131*65# to subscribe and to check your balance, dial *131*4#.

MTN Double Data Offer

A few users are still enjoying the MTN double data offer, while others get 25% extra data after subscribing. However, there’s a quick workaround for this. Simply get a new SIM where you’ll be entitled to get free 4GB data on activation plus 6 months double data offer.

If you are a heavy internet user, you can get 20GB for just N5000 depending on the data plan you choose. Do you know any other Cheap Data Plans For Mtn?

Cheap Data Plans For GLO:

Cheap Data Plans for Glo

We all complain of Glo everytime but if it’s not slow in your location then you should be using the Glo special data plan that gives you N200 for 1.2GB to last you for 3 days, and N800 for 5GB to last you for 12days. You can repeat the process once your current plan expires.

It works on all devices and works best on 4G devices.

Glo Heavy users Package:

If you are a heavy user and Glo network is strong in your location, then I’ll recommend you use the OGA SIM Data Bundle

Glo Ogasim gives you 125% bonus data whenever you recharge your line before your current plan expires

When you recharge with N1000, you get 4.8GB. N2500 gives you 14.4GB to last you for 30 days which you can always roll over.

How To Subscribe to Any Of The Glo Packages

  • For Glo Special data Plan, dial *777# and Select 1
  • Select 1 again and chose 5 (Special data offer)
  • Press 2 for Glo Special Data and you are good to go

For Glo OgaSim bonus Offer, dial *777# and choose your normal package, make sure you resubscribe before your existing package expires and you’ll get the OgaSim bonus offer.

To Check your balances on the Glo network, go to hsi.glo.com

Note: Migrate to Yakata before you subscribe to any of the plans above to enjoy more ridiculous bonus offer by dialling *220#. Glo data consumes a lot of smartphone battery, so when not in use, turn off your data connection.

Do you know any other Cheap Data Plans For Glo

Cheap Data Plans For Airtel Nigeria

Cheap Data Plans for Airtel

Currently, you can only get the 600% bonus on-call time or double data bonus + 4G data bonus + Android data bonus if you are getting a new Airtel SIM for 3month.

For a new SIM you’ll get up to 8GB for N1000 Plus free N3500 to call any network or up to 17GB for N2000. All you have to do is simply get a new Airtel SIM, change the IMEI of your old phone and you’ll get free 4GB of data

Dial *141# to subscribe for any package you wish.

YouTube Streaming Data Plan

If you are addicted to streaming on youtube, then this data plan is what you should go for:

Recharge N1000 and get 4.5GB data
(1.5GB android data + 3GB YouTube streaming)

Recharge N2000 and get 9.5GB data
(3.5GB android data + 6GB YouTube streaming)

Recharge N2500 and get 15GB data
(5GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming)

Recharge N3500 and get 17 GB data
(7GB android data + 10 GB YouTube streaming)

Recharge N4000 and get 19GB data
(9GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming)

Each of the data will last you for 30 days and the YouTube free data is only usable at night.

Dial *323# and follow the prompt to subscribe

Do you know any other Cheap Data Plans For Airtel?

Cheap Data Plans For 9Mobile

Cheap Data Plans for 9mobile

Sadly, Cheap Data Plans for 9mobile now aren’t much as 9mobile has been going through a lot lately and there’s no change to their data plans due to the problems they’re having with Teleology holdings. Hopefully, everything would work out fine but until then let’s keep our fingers crossed

Users of 9mobile are complaining of the throttling speed which has now become worst based on location. Do you know any Cheap Data Plans For 9mobile?

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Michael Ajah is a Computer Science Student of The University of Port Harcourt and a Chelsea Fan. He loves RnB and a little mix of Trap Music. An awesome tech reviewer and analyst. Email - [email protected]

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How Android Smartphones Are Slowly Turning Into Commodities

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In this post I’ll be looking at a something that has been bothering me for a while – How Android Smartphones Are Slowly Turning Into Commodities.

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Starting from the end of 2016 till date Android smartphone design aesthetics have moved from being a bit bulky to being almost bezelless.

How Android Smartphones Are Slowly Turning Into Commodities

I appreciate that fact but every good thing comes with a little bad side and unfortunately the bad side of this issue might actually wreck the entire Android ecosystem if companies don’t come up with good enough designs to make people see reasons to actually get a new smartphone.

If you’re wondering what I mean by Android smartphones becoming commodities, well take a close look at this image below.

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Can you tell the difference?

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Forget about the specs for a while and take a closer look. You know how we all see printers like mere products with different prices, we would see smartphones that way soon. Apart from that the user experience on every Android smartphone is very similar so it’s still basically the same product built on different hardware with an identical design. Doesn’t that remind you of a digital printer or any other computer peripheral?

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Even smartphone companies are aware of this hard truth, they want us to buy new phones but with everything in their lineup looking the same it’s harder to sell new flagship device.

So far only Huawei and Vivo aren’t experiencing problems in selling their flagship devices, the rest of the companies , Apple , Google and Samsung are finding it hard to sell their new smartphones and they are responding to this in different ways.

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Google announced the Pixel 3A a few days ago, a smaller version of the Pixel 3 , Samsung and Apple have reduced the price of some of their devices (Apple’s price cut only affected China).

Sometime ago, Apple even had to reduce the speed for their older iPhones just to sell the newer ones.

I still give Samsung and Huawei a thumbs up for pulling off the design on the foldable smartphone. However they’re both still very expensive and not something average users would want to spend money on. Irrespective of the mishap that happened on the Galaxy Fold , I still think we can look towards foldable phones to bail the Android OS out. Hopefuly the next version of the Galaxy Fold won’t be a complete mishap.

Apple might actually survive the whole issue since they have total control over their OS, Android on other hand might not. Android Manufacturers should look beyond specs and give us something o

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Data Exhausted – How To Make Your Data Subscription Last Longer

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In this post I’ll be showing you how to make your data subscription last longer We all dread getting that notification from our ISP or telco that our data subscription is about to finish and it can be annoying and really disappointing.

Data Exhausted - How To Make Your Data Subscription Last Longer

Although, I’m pretty sure we can always blame our ISP’s for coming up with different data zapping techniques, especially MTN. Nevertheless here’s a way to keep your data from running out too quickly.

How To Make Your Data Subscription Last Longer

There are 2 ways to do this – Turn off background data or set a data limit within your social media apps.

How To Turn Off Background Data

Go to Settings > Network And Internet > Data Usage >Mobile Data Usage then click on the apps that are using too much data then turn it off

Setting Data Limit On Apps

1. Turn off Facebook Auto-play:

  • Go to your Facebook option icon (the three horizontal bars at the top right corner)
  • Click on App Settings (Under help & settings)
  • Click on AutoPlay
  • Select Never autoplay Videos.
  • In addition, you can activate the “Data Saver” optionNavigate to the option icon
  • Then go to settings & Privacy
  • Select Data Saver,
  • Toggle the data saver on.

2. WhatsApp – Deactivate Auto Download:

  • Go to the “settings” section in your WhatsApp APP
  • Click on “Data and Storage Usage”
  • Select Media Auto Download option
  • Deselect all options under “When Using Mobile Data”
  • You can also enable low data usage for WhatsApp Calls

3. Instagram – Reduce Data Usage:

  • Open Instagram options
  • Go to Settings
  • Select Cellular Data Use
  • Then tick Use Less Data.

4. Twitter – Deactivate Auto Play:

  • Go to your Twitter Profile icon.
  • Click on Settings and Privacy
  • Select Data Usage
  • Set Video Autoplay to Never

5. Snapchat:

  • Go to Snapchat Settings
  • Click on “Manage” under “Additional Services”
  • Tick the “Travel Mode” box

6. YouTube – Limit mobile data usage:

  • Open the YouTube App
  • Tap on the profile icon at the top right corner
  • Select Settings
  • Click on General
  • Turn on “Limit Mobile Data Usage”

7. Playstore – Update Apps on Wi-fi Only:

  • Go to the Google Play store
  • Click on Menu & go to Settings
  • Click on Auto-update apps.
  • Select “Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only”.
  • You also have the .option to choose “Do not auto-update apps

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