9Mobile has introduced a new cheap data plan with additional bonuses which includes 3 hours video streaming and 900% bonuses on your recharge. 9Mobile 1GB for N200 plan will be seen by many customers as one of the cheapest and best data from the network.

Before now, 9Mobile was seen as the most expensive mobile network in Nigeria when it comes to mobile data plans but it seems the pendulum is going to swing to a better position which will favor a whole lot of subscribers on the network.

9Mobile 1GB for N200 is better than Airtel 1GB for N350 and MTN 1GB for N200 plans because it comes with additional 3 hours video streaming bonus. You can also see that Airtel is more expensive and valid for just one day while MTN 1GB for 200 Naira InstaBinge plan is basically for Instagram users.

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9Mobile 1gb for n200

Therefore, when all things are considered, it’s clear that the new 9Mobile offer is a good choice at the moment.

Requirements for Being Eligible for this Plan

  • A new 9Mobile SIM card.
  • 9Mobile SIM not older than 3 months.
  • 200 Naira airtime balance.
  • Your mobile phone.

How to Subscribe to 9Mobile 1GB + 3 Hours Streaming for N200

  1. Get a new 9mobile SIM or 9mobile SIM that is not older than 3-months
  2. Recharge it with N200 airtime
  3. Next, dial *253*20# to subscribe to the package
  4. You’ll be given 1GB + 3 Hours of free video streaming.

Additionally, you’ll get 900% offer on recharges you make for the next 3 months (90 days).

To check your data balance, just dial *228#.

Note that validity period for this plan is just 2 days.

Apart from this, there are other awoof and bonuses on 9Mobile; you can check 7GB data bonus on 9Mobile and other 9Mobile free browsing cheats.

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Is this a new way employed by 9Mobile to entice new customers and also retain old ones? Let’s share our view on this one.

1 COMMENT

  1. I can see real competition among telecom operators in Nigeria. When this kind of competition exist, the customers benefits. May it continue to spread across Africa.

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