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Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Crazeworld(m): 10:56am On Sep 06
I've been using MTN bizplus for sometime now and it was quite cheap but I noticed recently that they charge more than before. So I'm seeking a better alternative. Man must wise up for dis Buhari administration.

What tariff plan do you use and what are the charges irrespective of the network you're calling? Or what voice bundle do you use that is budget friendly?

Which of the Nigerian Networks has the cheapest call tariff plan?

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by asuustrike1: 11:54am On Sep 06
I assume you are complaining of the first min call @N 7.50
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Crazeworld(m): 2:20pm On Sep 06
asuustrike1:
I assume you are complaining of the first min call @N 7.50
I don't know about that
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Living2Living: 4:05pm On Sep 06
MTN XTRA VALUE PLAN.
Dial *131# and follow the prompt.
I have been using the plan since January 2019 and I have value for my money.
Make that dial now and thank me later.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by eallstar: 4:21pm On Sep 06
BUY AIRTEL SIM OR GET UR OLD ONE, THEN DAIL *152#
Dats all. come And thank me later

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Living2Living: 4:29pm On Sep 06
eallstar:
BUY AIRTEL SIM OR GET UR OLD ONE, THEN DAIL *152#
Dats all. come And thank me later
Is this package not sim selective??
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Crazeworld(m): 4:50pm On Sep 06
eallstar:
BUY AIRTEL SIM OR GET UR OLD ONE, THEN DAIL *152#
Dats all. come And thank me later
I did and they migrated me to freedom plan. Can't find details on it on the internet. What is the tariff rate please?

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by asuustrike1: 4:54pm On Sep 06
Crazeworld:
I did and they migrated me to freedom plan. Can't find details on it on the internet. What is the tariff rate please?
Yes it is a good plan as it charges 12k/sec or N7.20/min which is fair enough

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Crazeworld(m): 5:00pm On Sep 06
Living2Living:
MTN XTRA VALUE PLAN.
Dial *131# and follow the prompt.
I have been using the plan since January 2019 and I have value for my money.
Make that dial now and thank me later.
I checked up on in it. The 1,000 Naira xtra talk bundle gives 3,900 Naira for calls and 300mb data. Per minute charge is 27 Naira. 3900 will give me 144 minutes of call.

On my present package, 144 minutes is worth 950. Only the 300mb makes the difference between both plans

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Crazeworld(m): 5:03pm On Sep 06
asuustrike1:

Yes it is a good plan as it charges 12k/sec or N7.20/min which is fair enough
MTN bizplus is 6.60/min.

Is there no Nigerian network tariff or call bundle that can beat this?

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by asuustrike1: 5:05pm On Sep 06
Crazeworld:
MTN bizplus is 6.60/min.

Is there no Nigerian network tariff or call bundle that can beat this?
Yes mtn business plus is N6.60 but your first min is N7.50 whereas the airtel package is N7.20 from the very first min

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by lecturerdabo(m): 6:33pm On Sep 06
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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by dazzlingd: 7:28am On Sep 07
Nobody should try etisalat.....u will go broke using their sim. Everything about 9mobile is expensive, expensive call rate and outrageous data...I regret using that sim

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by ChemBrodar: 7:28am On Sep 07
WhatsApp

If you're not on WhatsApp, I'm not calling you

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by TheFacelessMan: 7:28am On Sep 07
angry

No matter the unwarranted attacks on GLO. I would support them forever.

They made telecoms affordable. I just don't have the time to thoroughly dissect that.

1. Per second billing - MTN lied that per-second billing was impossible till 2007. GLO came in 2004 and MTN quickly had to change from per minute billing.

2. SIMs were sold for as high as 30,000. My first GLO SIM was bought for 7,500 when others were 30k.

3. Nigerian Government officials were heavily bribed and GLO was frustrated into paying over $100 million in licensing fees TWICE.


Nigerians just love to denigrate their country and what's their own. I have been in over 5 states for extended periods and GLO had great network there.

"Nigeria will never be good" "It is made in Nigeria, it can never be good" etc. Yet Americans say the opposite of their own countries. Even Ghanaians are fiercely nationalistic.

In case you don't know, many Anglophone criminals in Africa are proud of their own countries and would rather claim they are Nigerians in those email scams.

Yes, things are bad but CHANGE starts with YOU and I. It's a collective responsibility.

TLDR : GLO is the most affordable.... Etisalat seems the most effective albeit pricy.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by WalkerMichael(m): 7:30am On Sep 07
AIRTEL!

11K/S

Modified: To migrate to Airtel smartTALK 2.0, dial *315# and you will begin enjoying all available awful bonuses attached to this plan. And you can start calling friends, family and everyone in Nigeria for 11k per second all day, all night! Thankfully, it is both for new and old Airtel subscribers.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by justice212: 7:30am On Sep 07
Gee they're all the same.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by NLSavage: 7:31am On Sep 07
*152# The very best tariff. Airtel Freedom Plan.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by DrNueLpureHoney(m): 7:32am On Sep 07
Issoryt .....i don't even know.... All of them na birds of the same feather.....Etisalat own worse pass

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by koyeni(m): 7:32am On Sep 07
I need this too
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Heffalump(m): 7:32am On Sep 07
Op: Thanks a lot for this post.
Of all the network providers listed above, glo is the worst in terms of call rate. Those guys are cleverly wicked! The one that is killing Nigerians slowly that some people don't know is the 'gloyakata'. All their packages is a rip off, to be honest. We don't care about what glo is charging us perhaps, it's an indigenous telecommunication company. They also secretly change the way and manner they charge per call without notice.

Again, glo data plan runs like Formula-1 car race. I don't know how the system is programmed different from other service providers. I'm still enjoying my mtn Pulse tariff plan even after many years. #6.6 per minute after the initial first call of the day at #24. Learnt Airtel equally has a beautiful tariff plan as mtn, but I don't use it to make calls.

The Consumer protection agency is an empty vessel. Nigerians are suffering in the hands of so many manipulators in the services industry, Banks inclusive undecided

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by RexEmmyGee(m): 7:33am On Sep 07
Glo
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Truthbites: 7:33am On Sep 07
None
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Criticaltemp: 7:33am On Sep 07
Visafone
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by vicfajeze(m): 7:34am On Sep 07
DIAL *152*BUHARI# AND THANK ME LATER
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Tobyarab(m): 7:34am On Sep 07
airtel
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Lordjb: 7:34am On Sep 07
Okay, let's see
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by dangote7510(m): 7:34am On Sep 07
Mtn pulse

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by VictorEkwere: 7:35am On Sep 07
dazzlingd:
Nobody should try etisalat.....u will go broke using their sim. Everything about 9mobile is expensive, expensive call rate and outrageous data...I regret using that sim
their bonus na mouth blowing bro
Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by benofafrica1(m): 7:36am On Sep 07
No Nigerian Network has the cheapest call rates in practice, they are only cheap in theory. Just find network that the calls are clear & rest.

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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by Anijay1212(m): 7:36am On Sep 07
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Re: Which Nigerian Network Has The Cheapest Call Tariff? by jiksman3: 7:40am On Sep 07
Hustle oo, so that u no go dey ask this kain tin

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