My Last post was focused on my selection I titled it the Best Etisalat data Plans in Nigeria. Today, I decided to make a complete review of the Etisalat data plans in Nigeria. In this post, Etisalat (9Mobile) Data Plans and Codes (Updated September 2017), I will really say it all.
Awesome Etisalat (9Mobile) Data Plans in Nigeria (Updated September 2017)
Did I just say Awesome?
You’ll get to know what that means at the end of this post.
There something with name. It influences personality and 9Mobile is maximizing the influence in her data bundles. I know you’ve not seen most of these Cool Etisalat Data bundles and their Subscription as we updated, this month.
Thanks to a recent data allocation overhaul across all mobile networks in Nigeria as made possible by the NCC regulations. Etisalat internet bundles are now much more affordable to the everyday internet user.
Who doesn’t love good things? Do you know that with just ₦500, you’ll enjoy data services for a week?
That is just one of the good news.
These internet bundles highlighted in this post would serve you right if you an Etisalat subscriber and you are looking to get the most out of their internet service.
Before we continue, I want you to check out other posts I’ve made in the past, and one is my Series on BEST DATA PLANS IN NIGERIA THIS YEAR
I know you will love them a lot. And for the sake of this post, there is no need wasting time with previous insights.
Etisalat (9Mobile) Data Plans in Nigeria (Updated September 2017)
Daily Data Plans
₦50 isn’t too much to have access to internet for the next 24 hours.
There is no need to pay for what you cannot consume. And I also call it an emergency data plan
10MB for ₦50
But of a truth, this is not the best. Other Service providers offer better than this, but it’s isn’t worse than what we use to have.
With a validity of just one day, you get 10MB to surf the internet on Etisalat for just ₦50.
40MB for ₦100
If ₦100 is all you have to surf the net with, you’re entitled to 40MB on Etisalat. That 40MB is valid for 24hours.
Weekly Data Plans
7 days kind of stuff.
150MB for ₦200
In the past, weekly plans were not offered in this range, ₦500 was the mark (that’s what we are used to). This is pretty cool.
At ₦200, you will be allotted 150MB which is valid for 7 days.
This plan was first offered by airtel.
But as you know, there is no harm in copying. lol
Airtel made it happen and “dedicated weekend plan madness” offering 1GB for ₦100, then GLO followed suit and introduced a night + weekend hybrid at a really reasonable price. Now, here’s what Etisalat has to offer.
1GB for ₦500
When you compare this with Glo, 3GB will be the result. So the plan is seriously on the high-end and everyone knows that.
But Etisalat network reliability is one hook they have over most subscribers and will continue to be their only strategy unless they consider affordability.
For ₦500, you have access to the internet (rate; at 1GB) for one weekend – between Friday 11:59 PM and Sunday 11:59 PM.
Monthly Data Plans
This is meant to last like never before
500MB for ₦500
I don’t think this is cool for any good internet user. They, on this plan, are the most expensive monthly data plan. It’s only MTN that has something similar to this, but they added 250GB additional plan to theirs.
There is nothing different with Airtel’s Opera Mini Bundle (which gives 250MB for ₦300 valid for a month and usable only on Opera Mini) or Facebook’s Free Basics (free access to the internet, courtesy Airtel) with media.
This plan is valid for 30 days.
1GB for ₦1,000
Now they’re talking.
But there is nothing special about this data plan.
It’s normal with what we use to have. With “a thousand naira” you could be entitled to 1GB for your internet work.
But if I must advice, this data plan has no competitive advantage for the company. Looking at the previous options, it’s either worse or normal. There is nothing to call a selling point.
1.5GB for ₦1,200
What is means for Etisalat is that sometime, you need to grow above the 1000 level. You don’t necessarily need just a thousand to enjoy what is enjoyable in other networks.
Typically, for ₦200 less, 1.5GB is what you get from MTN and Airtel.
Glo even offers 3.2GB for that amount!
What this has to tell you is that, with Etisalat, when you pay more, you get less.
Sorry, if you are a blind lover of this network. I hate hike and I don’t mind saying it on my blog.
To get 1.5GB on Etisalat for ₦1.2k;
2.5GB for ₦2,000
No need to keep the saying growing. I may be penalized for hate speech.
But I have hope that one day, these prices will go down.
The 2.5GB plan is valid for a month and costs just ₦2k.
To get this plan,
3.5GB for ₦2,500
5GB for ₦3,500
Valid for 30 days, 5GB could be yours so long as you can drop “just” ₦3,500 on the table for Etisalat.
But I will advise. If you have a good Glo Network around you, this plan is worthless. With the same amount, you can get double what they just offer.
11.5GB for ₦8,000
My Lord and personal savior. Protect me against the temptation to talk about this data plan here. Amen.
Although, I’ve said a lot already.
Check other data plans on this blog, and see to yourself, the frau@#lent side of the offers.
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It should be noted however that Etisalat still has more internet bundles on their catalog; these were just the only ones I saw as reasonable. To view all Etisalat internet bundles, Visit their official web page.
Also, data rollover applies to all the bundles outlined in this article.
There is something great I did that you must thank me for. I tried my best to gather the best and compile the Best Etisalat Data Plan Codes in Nigeria. Click here to get them.
However, I made it clear that I’m not an advocate for any network provider and neither am I employed as a marketer for any. I love saying it how it happened and I must be respected for that.
If you have other good networks in your area, you should check out these offers too. There are amazing data plans that might be what you ever looked for
This is because, although the data plans listed here are subjects to improvement, they are still on the high-end for some users like me.