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  1. Top 10 MTN Cheapest Tariff Plans in 2018

    MTN cheap tariff plan in Nigeria is the great chance to communicate at a low price. We have prepared for you top 10 best plans ever. If you are looking for MTN cheap tariff plan, we have the information especially for you. Let’s start an overview of the cheapest plans for calls in Nigeria. Choose the one from our list and enjoy your phone calls. Before choosing a new tariff it is better to find out your current tariff. You can do this by typing *123#. MTN CHEAPEST TARIFF PLAN IN 2018 1. XTRA PRO This is the newest and one of the most beneficial tariffs for calls. With this plan, the price of the calls is 6.60k for a minute and daily access fee is N5. If you want to try this data plan just dial *401# or text 401 to the number 131. 2. XTRA SPECIAL There is no any daily access fee in this data plan. This is one more new proposition, the tariff cost is N9 for a minute. You can also call selected abroad number for the same price. Just dial *408# and select 1. 3. BETA-TALK TARIFF The tariff for national calls is N24/min. Text BT to the number 131 or dial *123*2*6# 4. TRUE TALK+ With this tariff you have the ability to call any network for 11k/second, also you can call abroad for 20k/second. Dial *123*20# or text TP 131. 5. MTN PULSE The tariff cost is 15k per sec. If you want to call another network, you would pay 40k/sec. To subscribe to this data plan dial *406# or send the text 406 to 131. 6. MTN ZONE This one is very cheap, you pay just 1 kobo per second. The code is *135*1#. 7. SUPERSAVER + You pay just 15 kobos per second for calls to MTN and 40 kobos for other networks. Dial *408* 1# or send the text 408 to 131. 8. N700 FOR N200 With this plan, you can get N700 airtime to call every network only for N200. To subscribe just dial *567*103#. 9. XTRA SPECIAL POSTPAID With this plan, you just pay 15 kobos per second. Dial *401# and select 1 10. YAFUN YAFUN This tariff can be used only by owners of new MTN SIM card. You will get 700 bonus minute for N100. Activate your new card and dial *559*17#. There are a lot of the cheapest MTN calls tariffs. The mobile company is working hard to make the tariffs more beneficial and convenient for users. Cheap call rates, bonuses, MTN weekend calls, and special programs – all these features make the network customer- friendly.
  2. The only remedy for affordable data plan in Nigeria, Glo the grand master of data seems to be having difficult times lately and so unable to keep up with their data promise. Despite its epileptic network, people are still managing the Glo data due to their cheapest plan. The complaint of their customers didn't give them the courage to fix their slow network issue, but they went ahead to frustrate users the more. With the new unbalanced data bundle, Glo N1000 for the 4GB plan has reduced to just 2GB and Glo N2000 for the 9.5GB plan has reduced to just 4.5GB for the same price and duration. See the screenshot below. To confirm this, you can dial *777# from your phone with a Glo line to check further. This is a new development (as of yesterday). As of this morning, some people testified that they were given 4GB for N1000 and others said they got 2GB for N1000. I don't really know whom to believe for now, but all I know is that Globacom has reduced the volumes of their data plans and it's a matter of time before the new change gets to all customers. Recommended: Special Offer: Get 9Mobile 1GB Data For Just N200 or Get 5GB for N1000 If you compare the old data plans with this new plans, you will notice that they just slashed everything by half, just like how they did during April last year, before they later increased it. Is this not going to chase away their subscribers?
  3. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has reiterated that there is no plan to increase the prices of petroleum products both at the ex-depot level and pump price ahead of the forthcoming Yuletide. The corporation re-emphasised this in a statement signed by its Group General Manager Group Public Affairs Division, Mr. Ndu Ughamadu, in Abuja on Monday It said that the ex-depot petrol price of N133.38 per litre and the pump price of N143/N145 per litre had not changed It noted that the corporation had enough stock of fuel to ensure seamless supply and distribution of products across the country. It enjoined motorists and other users of petroleum products to disregard trending rumours in some online news platforms of an impending fuel price hike. The corporation in the statement added that it had the full commitment of all downstream stakeholders, including petroleum marketers and industry unions, to cooperate in achieving zero fuel scarcity this season and beyond. It further enjoined motorists not to engage in panic buying or indulge in the dangerous practice of stocking petroleum products in jerry cans at home. It assured that its downstream subsidiary companies, namely the Petroleum Products Marketing Company and NNPC Retail Limited were fully geared up to ensure that motorists enjoy uninterrupted access to petrol throughout the nation

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