Recently, airtel launched the http://mallcopwarrior.blogspot.com /2016/08/get-airtel-6gb-for-n1500-in-latest.html" target="_blank">special privilege data plan that offers 6GB for N1,500 monthly data.
And as we mentioned earlier, the new Airtel special privilege data plan is actually the blackberry unlimited data plan of 3GB that was doubled to 6GB and that works on all devices without any special settings.
But we believe that since the blackberry unlimited data plan was formerly and highly notorious for data zapping when used on non-blackberry devices, many of you out there will also want to know whether airtel is still using their malfunctioned data consumption calculator to calculate this new offer; i.e. on whether the special privilege data offer zaps data?
Well we will like to start by giving you some cheering news concerning data zapping on the newly introduced Airtel special privilege data offer of 6GB for N1,500 by assuring you that we are currently using the new data plan on our android device, and we have not noticed any form of data zapping of any form as the data deduction appears very normal.
However, there appears a little twist of fate on this new airtel special privilege data offer as we noticed that just as usual with Airtel, the plan is SIM selective.
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Therefore, in order to avoid stories that touch, it is important for you to test out your SIM eligibility status with N0.0 first before going ahead with the subscription.
To do so, simply use your Airtel SIM without airtime to dial the subscription code, which is *440*161# and if you get insufficient credit reply, then you should know that your SIM is eligible and you can then go ahead to subscribe.
Remember you can check your data balance at any time by dialling *123*9#
Let the data price keep on dropping until the day you all can subscribe for 10GB for N1,000.