Wednesday, 8 November 2017

How to subscribe to Airtel 4.5GB for N1000, 9.5GB for N2000 + Free YouTube Streaming

Airtel Nigeria has been upping their game with lots of mind blowing offer. Remember their double data service which has been available for sometime. Also, just recently the launched the 10x bonus offer that gives N1000 for N100 dubbed smartRECHARGE bonus.

Airtel has introduced new packages that offers browsing data and free YouTube streaming at decent prices. This is similar to 9mobile free YouTube offer which is automatically activated once you purchase a data plan from the network.

FEATURES OF NEW AIRTEL DATA AND YOUTUBE STREAMING PLANS


✔️ 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 17GB data (7GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming)
✔️ Recharge N4000 and get 19GB data (9GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming)

HOW LONG IS IT VALID
The validity period for all the data plans above is 30 days while the YouTube free data is only usable at night.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE FOR AIRTEL 4.5GB AT N1000


To subscribe for any of the plans above, dial *323# and follow the prompt on your phone screen. You can also call it YouTube Plus Packs.

Yeah, you guessed right! VPN settings for the YouTube plan will be provided soon, so ensure you keep tabs on this blog for when it is provided.

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