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Hello guys! Our Petition which we signed on Change.org really yielded a good result, as the senate has asked NCC not to increase the prices of data plans.


Its a good move, so let's keep calm and forge ahead as Ncc are planning on re visiting the deal.


What is the fate of Airtel that has stopped 500Mb for N25 and 1Gig for N500?

Would they still allow users to resubscribe?  


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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

#NoToDataIncrease: Senate Stops NCC From Data Price increase

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Hello guys! Our Petition which we signed on Change.org really yielded a good result, as the senate has asked NCC not to increase the prices of data plans.


Its a good move, so let's keep calm and forge ahead as Ncc are planning on re visiting the deal.


What is the fate of Airtel that has stopped 500Mb for N25 and 1Gig for N500?

Would they still allow users to resubscribe?  


Hello guys! Our Petition which we signed on Change.org really yielded a good result, as the senate has asked NCC not to increase the prices of data plans.


Its a good move, so let's keep calm and forge ahead as Ncc are planning on re visiting the deal.


What is the fate of Airtel that has stopped 500Mb for N25 and 1Gig for N500?

Would they still allow users to resubscribe?  


Hello guys! Our Petition which we signed on Change.org really yielded a good result, as the senate has asked NCC not to increase the prices of data plans.


Its a good move, so let's keep calm and forge ahead as Ncc are planning on re visiting the deal.


What is the fate of Airtel that has stopped 500Mb for N25 and 1Gig for N500?

Would they still allow users to resubscribe?  


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