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As the economy is getting bad, Network providers are aiming to get more funds by either increasing there data plan or increasing the call rate.

The first network that started this was Mtn now Airtel has joined the bad gang by following suit.

I received a message from Airtel as follows

"Dear Customer, with effect from the 24th of October, our credit loan service charge will be 15%. Kindly take note of the change. Thank you for choosing AIRTEL."



So this means, when you borrow any amount of credit from Airtel network, 15naira will be deducted from it immediately. Assuming you borrowed 100naira from Airtel, 15naira will be deducted immediately and it will remain 85naira which is very bad and if you decide to payback, you will charged the full 100naira.



I hope Etisalat and Glo does not Increase there own


How does this sound to you?

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Monday, 24 October 2016

Airtel now charges N15 for borrowing Airtime

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As the economy is getting bad, Network providers are aiming to get more funds by either increasing there data plan or increasing the call rate.

The first network that started this was Mtn now Airtel has joined the bad gang by following suit.

I received a message from Airtel as follows

"Dear Customer, with effect from the 24th of October, our credit loan service charge will be 15%. Kindly take note of the change. Thank you for choosing AIRTEL."



So this means, when you borrow any amount of credit from Airtel network, 15naira will be deducted from it immediately. Assuming you borrowed 100naira from Airtel, 15naira will be deducted immediately and it will remain 85naira which is very bad and if you decide to payback, you will charged the full 100naira.



I hope Etisalat and Glo does not Increase there own


How does this sound to you?

As the economy is getting bad, Network providers are aiming to get more funds by either increasing there data plan or increasing the call rate.

The first network that started this was Mtn now Airtel has joined the bad gang by following suit.

I received a message from Airtel as follows

"Dear Customer, with effect from the 24th of October, our credit loan service charge will be 15%. Kindly take note of the change. Thank you for choosing AIRTEL."



So this means, when you borrow any amount of credit from Airtel network, 15naira will be deducted from it immediately. Assuming you borrowed 100naira from Airtel, 15naira will be deducted immediately and it will remain 85naira which is very bad and if you decide to payback, you will charged the full 100naira.



I hope Etisalat and Glo does not Increase there own


How does this sound to you?

As the economy is getting bad, Network providers are aiming to get more funds by either increasing there data plan or increasing the call rate.

The first network that started this was Mtn now Airtel has joined the bad gang by following suit.


I received a message from Airtel as follows

"Dear Customer, with effect from the 24th of October, our credit loan service charge will be 15%. Kindly take note of the change. Thank you for choosing AIRTEL."



So this means, when you borrow any amount of credit from Airtel network, 15naira will be deducted from it immediately. Assuming you borrowed 100naira from Airtel, 15naira will be deducted immediately and it will remain 85naira which is very bad and if you decide to payback, you will charged the full 100naira.



I hope Etisalat and Glo does not Increase there own


How does this sound to you?

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