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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by michlins(m): 9:54am On Apr 23
Shukushaka:

Uncle how's that possible? Na MTN 12gb at 3500 I dey use. What's the code for the 24gb?
buy new phone. Double data things
wolelove:
please code for the 24gb which is 3,500
oloyedewaris:

All these for what? That must be for business cos i can't imagine spending such amount without any income
work hard so that some things shouldn't sound stupid to you. I stream and do everything online. It's not even business

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by tofolo(m): 10:00am On Apr 23
michlins:
You call 10gb a heavy user. LoL

I use almost 50gb monthly and I don't consider myself an average user.

Na MTN 24gb for 3,500 I dey use two to three times monthly. I'm thinking of upgrading to 5k for 40gb
bro, how do I get this? The one for 3,500 24gb?
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by avalon7(m): 10:01am On Apr 23
The special data offers you get from mtn by dialing *121# seem to offer good value for money BUT in my experience it is very frustrating browsing with those plans. I noticed a huge difference in speed when browsing with normal data and when browsing with those *121 data, i can't access some apps and website with those *121 data offers. Is it just me or is it a general thing?
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Yohnshogun: 10:12am On Apr 23
Seniorwriter:
MTN is fine.....though Telecoms Providers are all out to reap off on Nigerians ....
In another news if you have access to internet and a PC /Phone and you ain't earning @least $300 monthly then it's your undoing....because you are plainly been unproductive!!!



Proactivity Leads To Productivity!

@seniorwriter

Chief please teach me. I want to learn please. How can I contact you,
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by CodeTemplar: 10:16am On Apr 23
MANNABBQGRILLS:
If you use 50 GB data and above monthly,
The Below has a breakdown of the very best data plans in Nigeria at the moment (2020) for heavy users.

Spectranet Unlimited Gold: ₦18,000 and gives you 8 Mbps guaranteed speeds till you consume 100 GB,
after which your speed is throttled to a miserable crawl.

Smile UnlimitedPremium: ₦19,800 gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till the 80 GB mark, after which you crawl too. To get the 4 Mbps speed back, you have to recharge with another Unlimited plan. Gobe.

Smile UnlimitedLite: ₦10,000. This gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till you use up 20 GB, and then you crawl.

Ntel Unlimited Monthly: ₦17,500. Ntel does not specify at what point they may throttle you, but says it will happen “If your usage of our unlimited plans is greater than a predefined amount during any 24-hour period (measured from midnight each day)”. It would be nice if Ntel would specify.

Swift Unlimited
: This is the only unlimited data plan that would be worth considering. For ₦19,500, Swift gives you unlimited data for 30 days. There is no mention of a speed cap or throttling. Do your research though. You just never can tell.

Airtel has since introduced a weekly version of their Daily Binge data plan. Airtel Weekly Binge offers users 6GB data bundle for just ₦1,500 for a 7-day vailidity period. That gives you 24GB of data for ₦6,000 monthly, if you renew weekly. To get 30GB a month, you spend ₦7,500. A monthly budget of ₦15,000 will give you 60GB to burn.

Glo has a similar daily plan to Airtel Daily Binge. It offers you 1 GB for N300 and the data is valid for 24 hours only as well.
If you subscribe once daily for 30 days, your bill will come to ₦9,000 for 30 GB on Glo daily Splash. And there is no speed cap. If you do 2 GB daily, you spend ₦18,000 for 60 GB of data.


MTN’s 2.5GB for N500 Bundle

The 2.5GB data bundle from MTN is another voluminous plan that will interest those looking for huge data on small budget.

In view of the volume of data that these plans offer, and the lack of speed caps to slow you down, these two daily offers from Airtel and Glo are the best data plans in Nigeria if you are a heavy user. Even if you consume more than 60 GB monthly, you will still find them to be the best value for money. Those unlimited data plans (perhaps with the exception of Swift 4G), just got real competition.

What may be a little annoyance is the fact that you have to subscribe daily. I haven’t tried them out to see if they offer auto-renewal. But if I were Airtel and Glo, I’d implement auto-renewal on those plans and smile to the bank.

Courtesy: Mobility A.



You don't reply everyone online sir.
Try to ignore trolls.
Some of them are waste of time and space.
Some of us @MANNABBQGRILLS use almost times 12 of what your friend uses in a year, in the same time frame, cos you invest your money where you make your money.
Say no more!

We Rise!

Modify : almost times 8 actually.


We will look into this also.....
Thanks!

Thanks a lot Sir Prico.
We will look into that also.
Seems you use data to fry and grill meat o.
I m sure bros doesn't know the price of oil or pepper but sabi data pass network sef.
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Seniorwriter(m): 10:18am On Apr 23
Yohnshogun:


Chief please teach me. I want to learn please. How can I contact you,


Do you have any online or offline skill?
Via facebook.....Check my profile here for the facebook ID to connect with.


@Seniorwriter
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Topmaike007(m): 10:20am On Apr 23
angelfallz:


What kind of movie has a size of 5gb upwards?
1080p video quality movie.. You will think you're in movie theater

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Topmaike007(m): 10:20am On Apr 23
phr0nesis:

Nani will use 3GB to download supergirl series
as in ehhn.. With flash series grin
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by QUDA: 10:21am On Apr 23
Hold my bear...
Ntel.

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Tywo2018: 10:28am On Apr 23
Ose ma koba mi.
Virus99:
Glo
N1500 7GB/7days

Thank me later
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Yohnshogun: 10:32am On Apr 23
Seniorwriter:



Do you have any online or offline skill?
Via facebook.....Check my profile here for the facebook ID to connect with.


@Seniorwriter
There are many people of such name on FB. I can't see your profile there.
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Shukushaka: 10:37am On Apr 23
michlins:
buy new phone. Double data things work hard so that some things shouldn't sound stupid to you. I stream and do everything online. It's not even business
I know the double data tinz you're talking about,it ends after six months.
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Olabodmit: 10:41am On Apr 23
*121*3#
ollymer73:


Code
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Optimistdude: 10:42am On Apr 23
Delete this rubbish NOW!!!!
simhosting:
Heavy users should choose 5 from the picture below.

Or go to www.1gb.com.ng and manage their 1Gb for N200

MTN network
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Benwems(m): 10:42am On Apr 23
Memberclub:
I am talking about 10GB upwards
Please help guys.

10GB isn’t heavy download. From 200GB is ....
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by shogsman(m): 10:49am On Apr 23
Topmaike007:
so you know that Nani guy that download from torrent site?

His movies start from 5gb upward
Na madness dey worry am,who get time to be waiting for 5gig download per episode
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by MzTunechi(f): 10:53am On Apr 23
oloyedewaris:

All these for what? That must be for business cos i can't imagine spending such amount without any income
cheesy cheesy
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by shogsman(m): 10:53am On Apr 23
mickyeddi:

I use 50gb almost on a daily basis as a heavy online gamer.,
Na like go kee you,no game can exhaust even 1gig per day not to talk of 50gig,are you uninstalling and redownloading the games everyday

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Bigseedorf(m): 10:56am On Apr 23
3mobile grin grin

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by angelfallz(m): 11:04am On Apr 23
Topmaike007:
1080p video quality movie.. You will think you're in movie theater

Wow.
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by desthan(m): 11:14am On Apr 23
michlins:
You call 10gb a heavy user. LoL

I use almost 50gb monthly and I don't consider myself an average user.

Na MTN 24gb for 3,500 I dey use two to three times monthly. I'm thinking of upgrading to 5k for 40gb

I subscribe 3,500 for 12gb (mtn). Please how and where can I get 3,500 for 24gb?
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by fortunarld: 11:17am On Apr 23
michlins:
bragging about what sir?
what data manager app is this
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by marv1: 11:18am On Apr 23
What is the code for the MTN 2.5 Gig for #500


MANNABBQGRILLS:
If you use 50 GB data and above monthly,
The Below has a breakdown of the very best data plans in Nigeria at the moment (2020) for heavy users.

Spectranet Unlimited Gold: ₦18,000 and gives you 8 Mbps guaranteed speeds till you consume 100 GB,
after which your speed is throttled to a miserable crawl.

Smile UnlimitedPremium: ₦19,800 gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till the 80 GB mark, after which you crawl too. To get the 4 Mbps speed back, you have to recharge with another Unlimited plan. Gobe.

Smile UnlimitedLite: ₦10,000. This gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till you use up 20 GB, and then you crawl.

Ntel Unlimited Monthly: ₦17,500. Ntel does not specify at what point they may throttle you, but says it will happen “If your usage of our unlimited plans is greater than a predefined amount during any 24-hour period (measured from midnight each day)”. It would be nice if Ntel would specify.

Swift Unlimited
: This is the only unlimited data plan that would be worth considering. For ₦19,500, Swift gives you unlimited data for 30 days. There is no mention of a speed cap or throttling. Do your research though. You just never can tell.

Airtel has since introduced a weekly version of their Daily Binge data plan. Airtel Weekly Binge offers users 6GB data bundle for just ₦1,500 for a 7-day vailidity period. That gives you 24GB of data for ₦6,000 monthly, if you renew weekly. To get 30GB a month, you spend ₦7,500. A monthly budget of ₦15,000 will give you 60GB to burn.

Glo has a similar daily plan to Airtel Daily Binge. It offers you 1 GB for N300 and the data is valid for 24 hours only as well.
If you subscribe once daily for 30 days, your bill will come to ₦9,000 for 30 GB on Glo daily Splash. And there is no speed cap. If you do 2 GB daily, you spend ₦18,000 for 60 GB of data.


MTN’s 2.5GB for N500 Bundle

The 2.5GB data bundle from MTN is another voluminous plan that will interest those looking for huge data on small budget.

In view of the volume of data that these plans offer, and the lack of speed caps to slow you down, these two daily offers from Airtel and Glo are the best data plans in Nigeria if you are a heavy user. Even if you consume more than 60 GB monthly, you will still find them to be the best value for money. Those unlimited data plans (perhaps with the exception of Swift 4G), just got real competition.

What may be a little annoyance is the fact that you have to subscribe daily. I haven’t tried them out to see if they offer auto-renewal. But if I were Airtel and Glo, I’d implement auto-renewal on those plans and smile to the bank.

Courtesy: Mobility A.



You don't reply everyone online sir.
Try to ignore trolls.
Some of them are waste of time and space.
Some of us @MANNABBQGRILLS use almost times 12 of what your friend uses in a year, in the same time frame, cos you invest your money where you make your money.
Say no more!

We Rise!

Modify : almost times 8 actually.


We will look into this also.....
Thanks!

Thanks a lot Sir Prico.
We will look into that also.
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by MONEY247: 11:34am On Apr 23
Where Una dey see this dats
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by seangy4konji: 11:41am On Apr 23
Silvernus2020:

Lolz, choose My Offer. After dealing *141#
that my offer. Is it 24 hours and truly works?because 1500 gives 6500gb..
Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by pystar: 11:42am On Apr 23
michlins:
You call 10gb a heavy user. LoL

I use almost 50gb monthly and I don't consider myself an average user.

Na MTN 24gb for 3,500 I dey use two to three times monthly. I'm thinking of upgrading to 5k for 40gb

I use approximately 500GB/monthly from Swift networks and I am not even shouting.

Please be humble in life.

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by psalms37(f): 11:44am On Apr 23
MANNABBQGRILLS:
If you use 50 GB data and above monthly,
The Below has a breakdown of the very best data plans in Nigeria at the moment (2020) for heavy users.

Spectranet Unlimited Gold: ₦18,000 and gives you 8 Mbps guaranteed speeds till you consume 100 GB,
after which your speed is throttled to a miserable crawl.

Smile UnlimitedPremium: ₦19,800 gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till the 80 GB mark, after which you crawl too. To get the 4 Mbps speed back, you have to recharge with another Unlimited plan. Gobe.

Smile UnlimitedLite: ₦10,000. This gives you 4 Mbps maximum speed till you use up 20 GB, and then you crawl.

Ntel Unlimited Monthly: ₦17,500. Ntel does not specify at what point they may throttle you, but says it will happen “If your usage of our unlimited plans is greater than a predefined amount during any 24-hour period (measured from midnight each day)”. It would be nice if Ntel would specify.

Swift Unlimited
: This is the only unlimited data plan that would be worth considering. For ₦19,500, Swift gives you unlimited data for 30 days. There is no mention of a speed cap or throttling. Do your research though. You just never can tell.

Airtel has since introduced a weekly version of their Daily Binge data plan. Airtel Weekly Binge offers users 6GB data bundle for just ₦1,500 for a 7-day vailidity period. That gives you 24GB of data for ₦6,000 monthly, if you renew weekly. To get 30GB a month, you spend ₦7,500. A monthly budget of ₦15,000 will give you 60GB to burn.

Glo has a similar daily plan to Airtel Daily Binge. It offers you 1 GB for N300 and the data is valid for 24 hours only as well.
If you subscribe once daily for 30 days, your bill will come to ₦9,000 for 30 GB on Glo daily Splash. And there is no speed cap. If you do 2 GB daily, you spend ₦18,000 for 60 GB of data.


MTN’s 2.5GB for N500 Bundle

The 2.5GB data bundle from MTN is another voluminous plan that will interest those looking for huge data on small budget.

In view of the volume of data that these plans offer, and the lack of speed caps to slow you down, these two daily offers from Airtel and Glo are the best data plans in Nigeria if you are a heavy user. Even if you consume more than 60 GB monthly, you will still find them to be the best value for money. Those unlimited data plans (perhaps with the exception of Swift 4G), just got real competition.

What may be a little annoyance is the fact that you have to subscribe daily. I haven’t tried them out to see if they offer auto-renewal. But if I were Airtel and Glo, I’d implement auto-renewal on those plans and smile to the bank.

Courtesy: Mobility A.



You don't reply everyone online sir.
Try to ignore trolls.
Some of them are waste of time and space.
Some of us @MANNABBQGRILLS use almost times 12 of what your friend uses in a year, in the same time frame, cos you invest your money where you make your money.
Say no more!

We Rise!

Modify : almost times 8 actually.


We will look into this also.....
Thanks!

Thanks a lot Sir Prico.
We will look into that also.

I have to correct this, Ntel's modified data plans:

Ntel Unlimited plus plan- truly unlimited with no data cap or threshold, available for 25,000 and valid for 30 days.
Ntel Unlimited Family plan- Data threshold not 150GB and bonus data of 75GB in total 225GB. Available for 18,500 valid for 30 days.

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Re: What Is The Best Subscription For Heavy Downloads? by Enyimbamercedes: 12:03pm On Apr 23
If you've got IPNX in your neighborhood, it is by far the most cost-effective

I use the Gold unlimited which costs me 23,115 naira monthly but for this i get 30Mbps speeds guaranteed unlimited data monthly. My usage monthly exceeds over 200GB and it never disappoints!

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