Sad As Airtel Stopped Renewal Of Night Plan

I don't know why Airtel is doing this. Is it because they now have massive users who use this plan at night? I think that's one of the reasons. Imagine, Airtel has discontinued the renewal of their night plan of 500MB for N25.

This particular night plan has been saving so many youths of today, most especially the students who have heavy files to download cos of it ability to renew the data after which you have exhausted the data allocated for the plan. It's so sad though.

After Airtel increased the price of 1.5gb night plan from N50 to N200, they are here adding to the problem on ground.

Now, the koko of the matter is that, you won't be able to use more than 500mb per night so you won't download stuffs that are larger than 500mb unlike before when you can subscribe and renew the plan immediately you exhaust the allocated 500mb.

A follower of this blog also contacted me last week concerning this update from Airtel, he also added that; if you try renewing the night plan, you will receive a message that reads;
Dear customer, you are already active on this data plan.

I'm not happy about this, i just feel like frowning my face for a whole day.

What do you guys have to say about this? Will you still go for this plan or port to the one of N200 for 1.5GB data? Let's hear you via the comment box below. 

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  1. You guyz are doing great job

  2. Speechless!!! Airtel why?

  3. Anonymous14/9/16

    I dey feel u kachi I still dey enjoy d queencee VPN BT wat is d code for subscribing to AIRTEL 500mb night plan

  4. Is the 200 for 1.5gb renewable?