There seems to be a healthy competition going on in between Nigerian mobile operators as we’ve witnessed a drop in internet tariffs over the last couple of months. Glo set it off by offering 200MB of data for just a thousand naira and MTN responded with a slash in its tariff, offering 250MB for 1,300 naira. The table below shows MTN mobile data plan as at October 2011.
Mobile Internet Daily Plans:
Text 104 to 131
Mobile Internet Weekly Plans:
Text 105 to 131
Mobile Internet Monthly Plans:
|100MB||N1,000||30days||Text 106 to 131|
Text 109 to 131
Text 110 to 131
Text 111 to 131
These are mobile data plans but they can be used on notebooks as well. You only need to connect your mobile phone to your PC and you’re good to go. Below are the regular data plans made for computers and notebook.
|Bundle Plan||Inclusive Data||Validity Period||Price (N)||Activation Codes|
|Daily||150MB||24hours||500||Text 103 to 131|
|Night||3GB||9pm-6am||2,500||Text 102 to 131|
|Weekend||3GB||9pm(Fri )-6am (Mon)||3,000||Text 108 to 131|
|Daytime||3GB||9am-9pm( 30days)||6,000||Text 107 to 131|
|Monthly||5GB||24/7||8,000||Text 101 to 131|
The data plan look pretty cheap but it’s not good enough if you ask me. 1MB can go for just 1 naira, don’t you think?