What to do after sexual intercourse to prevent pregnancy.

For a lot of women. Peeing after sex, as your doctor, best friend, and mom have probably told you countless times, is the best way to avoid a UTI. Spooning can wait. urinating after sex will not stop the sperm that have already entered the uterus through the cervix.For a lot of women, the post-coital pee is de rigueur. Peeing after sex, as your doctor, best friend, and mom have probably told you countless times, is the best way to avoid a UTI. Spooning can wait. But what about when you’re trying to get pregnant? Will peeing after sex force the sperm out of your vagina before those little guys have a fighting chance to swim past your cervix?

Good news: the answer is no. Peeing after sex has no impact on your chances of conceiving. If you’re prone to UTIs, go ahead and pee. If not, you can enjoy a good cuddle. Your chances of getting pregnant are the same either way.
To explain why it’s perfectly fine to pee after sex, let’s first talk about semen. A single load of ejaculate contains between 200 and 500 million sperm.  Immediately after ejaculation, sperm are off like a track team, speeding up the vagina, through the cervix, into the uterus and fallopian tubes. about 65 percent of the sperm break free from the semen and start traveling toward the cervix it only takes one to cause a pregnancy (aided by your vaginal discharge AKA cervical mucus). Some of the sperm will remain in the back of your vagina (in the posterior fornix) and fall out anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours later. The rest—along with a lot of non-sperm material including proteins and vitamins—will fall out of the vagina immediately. Don’t be alarmed if it feels like A LOT of fluid comes out of your vagina after sex. Only about one percent of semen is sperm!

Thunder kills 23 cows in Ekiti

No fewer than 23 cows have been killed by thunder in Ekiti State, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

The deafening thunder was accompanied by a downpour recorded in parts of the state in last couple of days.

The incident, which occurred at Okeowa Eluju, a farmstead in Iloro-Ekiti, Ijero Local Government Area of the state, has caused apprehension among local residents.

While confirming the incident, a Fulani herder and owner of the dead cows, Abdulkadri Kadiri, said he was devastated by the development.

NAN reports that Mr Kadiri described the incident as a strange occurrence.

“I went to farm after about six hours heavy downpour on Monday morning, only to discover that 23 of my cows had died

“After careful observation, I found that there was no trace of bodily injuries on the dead cows. I want to believe it is an act of God since I did not offend or quarrel with anyone,” he said.

Mr Kadiri, however, said he had not experienced such incident in his 35 years of business.

The Regent of the community, Joseph Alofe, who also confirmed the incident, described the victim as a gentle and peace loving herder.

The community leader, who also described the incident as strange to the village, called on government and well-meaning individuals to assist the herder, to revive his business.

Buhari’s Democracy Day Speech Is A Grammatical Embarrassment

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People have asked why I have never subjected President Muhammadu Buhari’s English to the crucible of grammatical analysis like I did former President Goodluck Jonathan’s on several occasions. There are two reasons for this. One, being a PhD and a former lecturer at a higher education institution, Jonathan came to the Nigerian presidency with an intellectual capital that no president or head of state before him had. This fact raised expectations that he would be a model of grammatical and rhetorical felicity in his communication in English.

Buhari, on the other hand, came to the Nigerian presidency in 2015 with perhaps the lowest intellectual cachet of any president in recent memory. There are doubts that he ever sat for a school certificate exam. Even his zealous supporters famously said, in the run-up to the 2015 election, that even if all he had to present as his educational qualification were a NEPA bill, they would still vote for him, indicating that intellectual vitality wasn’t one of the expectations they had of him. So pointing out the grammatical errors of someone who wasn’t even expected to speak grammatically correct English by both his admirers and critics is a waste of time.

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The second reason is that Buhari actually speaks far better English than Jonathan does. In spite of Jonathan’s high credentials, his spoken English falls short of the standards expected of an average secondary school student. He does not understand rudimentary rules of subject-verb agreement that most people learn in junior secondary school, has trouble with tenses, and can’t seem to be able to speak basic idiomatic English. (To see where I chronicled Jonathan’s troubles with the English language during his presidency, read my April 16, 2010 column titled, “Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, that was Embarrassing!”; my January 27, 2013 column titled, “President Goodluck Jonathan’s Grammatical Boo-boos”; and my January 18, 2015 column titled, “President Jonathan’s Awkward Grammatical Miscues on the Campaign Trail”).

In spite of appearances to the contrary, Buhari speaks decent English. If you get past his heavily Hausa-inflected English accent, you will find that his syntax is almost perfect and that he speaks impressive idiomatic English. He has occasional troubles with consistency in using the past tense to describe past events, but that’s an issue that most nonnative English speakers struggle with. So, ironically, the man who came to the presidency with the least intellectual cachet speaks better English than a man who has the distinction of being Nigeria’s most credentialed president.

Democracy Day grammatical bloopers

Nevertheless, it is apparent that facility with proper grammar isn’t the forte of the president’s speechwriters. Nor is a concern for memorable, inspiring, and elegant prose. The speech the president delivered on May 29 was peppered with embarrassing grammatical errors, avoidable stylistic ugliness, sleep-inducing turns of phrase, and mind-numbing platitudes. I point out some of them below:

1. “Our nascent democracy.” In the very first sentence of the speech, the president referred to Nigeria’s 19-year-old democracy as “nascent.” That’s an inexcusable misuse of the word. Nascent means “beginning.” No one in his right mind would describe a nearly two-decade-old political system as “beginning.” “Our nascent democracy” is a stereotyped, clichéd expression that Nigerian politicians have been enamored with for years; they don’t want to let go of it even when it no longer makes sense. Clichés are overused, ready-made expressions that save intellectually lazy people the trouble of thinking. But it’s time to retire that maggoty expression to the verbal garbage where it properly belongs.

2. Inconsistent capitalization: The president’s speechwriters demonstrated the capitalization skills of a lower-level elementary school kid. It’s impossible to point out all the capitalization errors in the speech. In some places, “administration” is written with an upper-case “A” and in others with a lower-case “a.” “Change” is capitalized in the middle of sentences. So are “Anniversary,” “Government,” “Local Governments,” “Organizations,” “IDP Camps,” “International Community,” “the Elders,” “Billions,” etc. Well, the basic rule for capitalization is that only proper nouns are capitalized. Common nouns are never capitalized unless they begin a sentence.

3. “Naira” shouldn’t be capitalized, either. Throughout the speech, the president’s speechwriters capitalized “naira.” But currency names are never capitalized unless they begin a sentence. It should be, “billions of naira,” “millions of dollars,” “several euros,” etc., not “billions of Naira,” “millions of Dollars,” “several Euros,” etc. When specific amounts are mentioned, as was the case in the Democracy Day speech, use the symbol of the currency.

4. Subject-verb disagreement. In at least one place in the speech, the subject of a sentence disagrees with its verb. Look at this sentence, for example: “The unfortunate incidences of kidnappings, herdsmen and farmers clashes in several communities which have led to high number of fatalities and loss of properties across the country is being addressed and the identified culprits and their sponsors shall be made to face the full wrath of the law.”

The subject of this sentence is, “The unfortunate incidences of kidnappings, herdsmen and farmers clashes in several communities.” That is clearly a plural subject. But the verb that follows the subject in sentence is the singular “is”! If you strip the sentence of its appurtenances, you would have, “The unfortunate incidences is being addressed.” The proper verb should be “are,” not “is” since the subject is “incidences.” Plural subjects should agree with plural verbs and singular subjects should agree with singular verbs.

By the way, “the full wrath of the law” isn’t a Standard English expression. I have no space to expound it, but people who are interested in the origin of the expression should read my June 26, 2016 column titled, “‘Face the Full Wrath of the Law’: Q and A on Nigerian, American and British English.”

5. “Amnesty of forgiveness.” The president said, “The Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) aimed at expanding tax education and awareness has offered the opportunity for tax defaulters to regularise their status in order to enjoy the amnesty of forgiveness on overdue interest, penalties and the assurance of non-prosecution or subject to tax investigations.” What in the world is “amnesty of forgiveness”? Amnesty itself means forgiveness, so VAIDS makes tax defaulters enjoy “forgiveness of forgiveness”?

6. Punctuation. The president’s speechwriters obviously don’t know the function of a semi-colon. They think it’s used to introduce a list. Well, that is what a colon does.

7. Other avoidable errors in the speech are, “loans had been disbursed to 4,822 societies in the 36 States and FCT, while another 370,635 are awaiting release of funds.” Use “had” only when an action has been completed in the past and has no effect in the present. Example: “In 1960, loans had been disbursed to 3,000 women.” That’s evidently not the case here. So it should have been, “loans have been disbursed.”

The definite article “the” has also been misused in many places in the speech such as, “in order to sustain the international best practices and ensure safety and security” and “by the Boko Haram.” The definite article is unneeded in both phrases.

Finally, “private-owned Universities” should be “privately-owned universities” (in American English, it would be “privately owned universities”; note the absence of a hyphen between “privately” and “owned”), “hitch free elections” should be “hitch-free elections,” and “violence free process” should be “violence-free process.” The last two examples are what grammarians call compound modifiers or compound adjectives. They are groups of words, always joined by a hyphen, that modify the nouns that come after them. For instance, “violence-free” is a compound adjective that modifies “process.”
Why this matters

Presidents, by virtue of the enormous symbolic power they wield, have an outsize influence on grammar and usage. Their errors can become new norms and can confuse people who look up to them for guidance. Most importantly, important presidential speeches, such as the Democracy Day speech, often outlast their time.

That is why speechwriters invest time and energy into making them remarkable, quotable, and fitting. Incidentally, last week, President Donald Trump’s two letters (one to the leader of North Korea and the other to a retired high school teacher) were the subject of vicious critiques and parsing by American grammarians and journalists. So Buhari is in “good” company.

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Disclaimer: This article is entirely the opinion of the writer and does not represent the views of The Ttechbay.

Scientists stop mosquitoes from reproducing

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Researchers in the United Kingdom have stopped mosquitoes from reproducing via genetic modification, raising the hope that they could eventually eliminate them in the wild. Scientists at Imperial College, London completely blocked the reproductive ability of the Anopheles gambiae mosquito, which spreads malaria, eliminating the lab population within seven to 11 generations through the use of a technique called gene drive.

Malaria is caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.

The incidence rate of malaria is estimated to have decreased by 18 per cent globally, from 76 to 63 cases per 1000 population at risk, between 2010 and 2016. However, Sub- Saharan Africa, accounts for 99 per cent of estimated malaria cases in 2016. On its part, Nigeria suffers the world’s greatest malaria burden, with approximately 51 million cases  and 207,000 deaths reported annually (approximately 30 per cent of the total malaria burden in Africa), while 97 per cent of the total population (approximately 173 million) is at risk of infection. Despite significant reductions in cases in the last two decades, malaria remains the biggest killer of children under five in Africa.

In 2016, there were 216 million cases of the disease worldwide, resulting in an estimated 445,000 deaths overall. Lead researcher from the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial Professor Andrea Crisanti said the breakthrough that stopped mosquitoes from reproducing via genetic modifications, shows that gene drive could work, adding that it provided hope in the fight against a disease that has plagued mankind for centuries.

“There is still more work to be done, both in terms of testing the technology in larger lab-based studies and working with affected coun- tries to assess the feasibility of such an intervention.” This latest study is a major step towards eradicating malaria-carrying mosquitoes in the wild, by spreading female infertility. The scientists targeted the double-sex gene, which determines the mosquito’s sex, through a technique called gene drive. The technique spreads a gene, or particular suite of genes, through a population via reproduction.

Males who carried the genetic modification saw no changes, and neither did females with only one copy of the gene. But females with two copies showed both male and female characteristics, failed to bite and did not lay any eggs, ‘The Telegraph’ reported. Professor Crisanti said: “It will still be at least five to 10 years before we consider testing any mosquitoes with gene drive in the wild, but now we have some encouraging proof that we’re on the right path.”

Michael Kors to Buy Versace for $2.1 Billion in Bid to Expand

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Michael Kors said Tuesday it had agreed to buy Italian luxury giant Versace, adding a new layer to its offering after buying shoemaker Jimmy Choo last year.

Michael Kors, with roots in the United States but headquartered in London, has struck a deal to buy Versace for 1.83 billion euros ($2.1 billion), a statement said.

“We are excited to have Versace as part of our family of luxury brands, and we are committed to investing in its growth,” said Michael Kors chief executive John D. Idol.

“With the full resources of our group, we believe that Versace will grow to over $2.0 billion in revenues,” he added.

“We believe that the strength of the Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo brands, and the acquisition of Versace, position us to deliver multiple years of revenue and earnings growth.”

Donatella Versace, artistic director and vice-president of the Italian group, said the takeover was “essential to Versace’s long-term success”.

She added in the statement: “We are all very excited to join a group led by John Idol, whom I have always admired as a visionary as well as a strong and passionate leader.”

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Michael Kors, best known for its bags, watches and perfume, said it planned to grow the number of Versace stores worldwide by 50 percent to 300.

The deal is the latest push by Michael Kors into high-end luxury after it bought British shoemaker to the stars Jimmy Choo in 2017 for $1.4 billion.

It is seen also as positioning Michael Kors more fully as a competitor to Paris-based LVMH and Kering and the Swiss company Richemont among global heavyweights in luxury across various product lines, analysts said.

Versace was the brainchild of Gianni Versace, who was born in Calabria to a dressmaker mother and presented his first signature collection in 1978, with his brother Santo taking care of the label’s business arm.

But the designer, whose bold designs were embraced by Madonna and other mega-celebrities, was the victim of a bizarre slaying in 1997 by luxury-obsessed male prostitute Andrew Cunanan in Miami.

Twenty percent of Versace, known for its Medusa head logo, was bought by US private equity group Blackstone in 2014, and the family owns the rest.

Versace chief executive Jonathan Akeroyd on Tuesday said that since joining the company two years ago, “focus has been on leveraging the company’s heritage and strong brand recognition worldwide”, in turn helping “to experience significant growth in all regions”.

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How To Be Eligible For 9mobile 1GB For N200 Plan

Its weekend people and I know you are still rocking the hell out of 9mobile 1GB for N200 and 10GB for N2000.
The plan doesn’t zap and it is super fast in areas with 4G LTE. A lot of people have been asking time without number on how to be eligible for this offer, because some unfortunate 9mobile sim are not eligible for this plan.

The good news is, every 9mobile sim are eligible to go for 9mobile 1GB for N200 plan following the simple tricks below.


How to Make 9mobile sim eligible for 1GB for N200 Plan
Its that simple, subscribe to the plan during weekend between Friday and Sunday. That’s it

How to Subscribe to 9mobile 1GB for N200
Simply dial *929*10# to get activated… dial *228# for data balance.

Remember, validity for this plan is just 3 days; but you can re-subscribe again and again when your existing plan expires. In 30 days, you can get 10GB for N2000.

How to get free data from GLO

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Glo G-BAM

1. What is the Glo G-Bam plan?
It is a prepaid price plan with very attractive calling rates and free daily browsing
2. Who can avail of the G-BAM Package?
All new and existing prepaid customers
3. How do I migrate to G-BAM?
Dial *100*5*1# and when asked for the confirmation press 1
4. How much do I pay for calls on this plan?
– Onnet call rate:15K/s
– Family and friends rate:9K/s to 5 Glo numbers
– Offnet call rate:15K/s
5. What is the SMS rate for Glo INFINITO?
– On-net SMS: N4/SMS
– Off-net SMS: N4/SMS
– International: N10/SMS
6. Is there a rental fee on G-Bam
G-Bam attracts a daily rental fee of N5
7. What other benefits do I enjoy on G-Bam?
You enjoy free 5MB daily for browsing.
8. When do I get the free 5MB?
You get the free 5MB every 24 hours.
9. What is the validity of the free 5MB?
The free 5MB is valid for 24hours. Any unused portion of it expires after 24 hours.
10. What can be done with the free 5MB
You can browse any site with your free 5MB. You can check your mail, socialize on facebook, tweet on twitter, search on google e.t.c
11. Can I still browse when I’ve exhausted the free 5MB?
Yes you can. You’ll be charged 5K/kb on further browsing after exhausting the free 5MB.
12. How do I register special numbers?
Dial *101*1*MSISDN# for each number and when asked for the confirmation Press 1
13. How do I modify special numbers?
Dial *101*2*Existing Special No*New Special No#
14. Will I have to pay for registration of the special numbers?
First time registration of the 5 numbers is free! But to delete or modify F&F number customer will be charged N50 per change.
15. When will the Daily Access Fee be deducted?
The access fee will be deducted every morning
16. What happens if my credit balance is below N5 on any morning?
Rent will not be deducted and your calls will be charged at 25K/s.
17. Can existing customers migrate to the new G-BAM package?
Yes. Existing customers can migrate to the plan using the USSD code *100*5*1#
18. Will new activations enjoy this tariff and benefits by default?
No. New activations are on a default tariff of Infinito. New as well as existing customers will have to dial the USSD migration code *100*5*1# to migrate to G-BAM.
19. How can I de-register from the G-BAM package?
By dialing the respective USSD code of the new package to which you want to migrate.
20. What will happen to customers’ main account and promo account balance on migration?
Customer will lose ONLY the balance in the promo account on migration.
21. Is free night calling benefits available on G-BAM?
Yes. Free Night Calling is available on G-BAM. Use N30 between 00:01 and 23:59 and enjoy free onnet calls from 00:00 to 04:59 every day.
22. Do I need to re-configure my phone to enjoy the free 5MB?
No, the existing configuration on your phone will work.
23. Can I enjoy Phone lord promo on G-Bam?
Yes you can. To enjoy Phone lord daily rent of N50, dial *170*7# to opt in and dial *170*8# to opt out.
24. Can I enjoy Sunday Talk Express promo benefits on G-Bam?
Yes you can. To enjoy Sunday Talk Express benefit , dial *170*5# to opt in and dial *170*6# to opt out.
25. Can a G-Bam customer buy Biigy Packs?
Yes you can. Dial *170*1#, *170*2# and *170*3# for the N100, N300 and N500 packs respectively.
26. Do I still enjoy free Facebook browsing on G-Bam?
No
27. Do I still enjoy free weekend chatting on G-Bam?
No
28. Do I still enjoy free caller tunes on G-Bam?
No
29. Do I still enjoy free Glo Radio subscription on G-Bam?
No
30. Is Glo G-Bam a promotional offer?
No, Glo G-Bam is a prepaid tariff plan
31. When is the Glo G-Bam ending?
Glo G-Bam plan has no end date as it is a prepaid plan and not a promotional offer.

Glo Yakata Prepaid Plan Launched In Nigeria With Amazing Benefits.. Get up to 6GB of data on recharge

Glo has just introduced a new prepaid plan which is called the Glo Yakata. This plan rewards new and already existing Glo customers with amazing benefits every time they recharge their Glo Line. This benefits includes free data, free unlimited Glo to Glo calls and free minutes for calls to other networks.

What is Glo Yakata?

Glo Yakata is a prepaid plan which rewards new and existing Glo customers with amazing benefits every time they recharge their Glo lines. These benefits include free data, unlimited Glo to Glo calls and free minutes to call other networks.

What Benefits Do I Enjoy On Glo Yakata?

You will enjoy:

◦ Up to 6GB FREE data Every Month for 6 months!

◦ A whooping 22 times value (2,200%) on every N100 recharge to call ALL NETWORKS

How Do I Get These Benefits?

Depending on amount recharged, customer will receive amazing value as seen in the table below:

You will receive a special data bonus on your first recharge of the month for six months.

◦ Value in main account as well as value in bonus account can be used to call All networks.

◦ Bonus is valid for 7 days from recharge date. You cannot accumulate validaty days but you can accumulate your Glo Yakata bonuses. Every recharge you make will increase the total airtime balance in your Yakata bonus account.

How the Glo Yakata Works

>> For N100 recharge, you will be given N350 for calls to all network as well as free 50MB for the first recharge of the month as well as free 50MB data on successive airtime recharges in the same month.

>> For N200 recharge, you will receive N700 bonus airtime for calls to all network as well 250MB data for first recharge of the month and 100MB data for successive recharges in the same month.

>> For N500 recharge, you will get N1750 bonus airtime for calls to all network as well as 625MB data for the first recharge of the month and 250MB data for successive recharges in the same month.

>> For N1000 recharge, you will get N3500 airtime bonus for calls to all network as well as 1.25GB data for the first recharge of the month and 500MB data for successive recharges in the same month.

>> For N5000 recharge, you will get N17500 bonus for calls to all network as well as 6.25GB data for the first recharge of the month and 2.5GB for successive recharges in the same month.

What is The Glo Yakata Migration Code?

Existing customers can subscribe to Glo Yakata by dialing *220#.

You can confirm if you are on Glo Yaka plan by dialing #100# on your Glo line.

What is The Code To Check My Glo Yakaka Bonuses?

Kindly dial 2201# to view your Glo Yakata bonus. Confirmation messages will also be sent to your phone after every recharge.

How Can I Unsubscribe from Glo Yakata Plan?

If you want to leave Glo Yakata plan, simply dial the code of the plan you are migrating to. First migration within a month is free; subsequent migrations within the same month attract a charge of N100 per migration.

Kindly find below, FAQs for more info about this wonderful Glo tariff plan

Will I get Yakata benefits if I recharge with Glo e-Top Up?

Yes, Yakata is available on both physical and e-recharge platforms.

What happens if there is airtime in my Main account?

Your calls will be charged first from your bonus account. You will only be charged from main account if the bonus account is fully depleted/expires, if you are making international calls or paying for value added services.

How do I use the Data Benefit?

If your phone is data enabled, you can start browsing as soon as you recharge and receive confirmation message of your voice and data benefit

What happens if I have an existing data plan before recharging?

The Yakata bonus data will be added to your existing data volume and the higher validity period supersedes. For example if you have an existing data plan of 2GB with 30 days validity and you recharge with N200, you will receive 250MB bonus and your new data balance will be 2.25GB with 30 days validity.

What happens if I exhaust my Yakata Voice Bonus?

All your calls will be charged from your main account upon exhaustion or expiration of your voice bonus until your next recharge.

What if I’m unable to consume all my Yakata Bonus within the Validity Days

Unused bonus cannot be carried over unless another recharge is made within the 7 days bonus validity period.

Can the bonus airtime be used to subscribe for any value added service?

NO, all value added service subscriptions will be charged from main account

Can I make international calls with the bonus?

NO, all international calls will be charged from main account.

Can I share my Yakata bonus with another Glo customer?

NO, any value in the bonus account is not shareable or transferrable.

Glo Yakata Tariff

Glo Yakata Tariff

◦ Glo to Glo calls are charged at 55k/sec for both main and bonus accounts.

◦ Calls to other networks are charged at 70k/sec for both main and bonus accounts.

◦ SMS is charged at N4/msg from main account and N14/msg from bonus account.

How To Get 2GB for N100 and 10GB for N500 on Airtel

You can now get whopping N100 for 2GB and N500 for 10GB bonus data. There’s nothing as cheap as the bonus, even the grandmaster of data plan, Glo doesn’t offer their data for that low price. What an amazing data freebie for everyone who loves to browse and download files with their Airtel SIM.
Do not be confused, this is a “ freebie” popularly known as “cheat “. It works on Android device, PSP console, iOS (iPhone), Laptop (through modem) and any other devices that can connect to the internet. No need for VPNs and others.
Glo currently offers 2GB for N500 but this Airtel freebie will give you access to enable higher data bonus for N100 and above. The more you load, the more the bonus increases.

In this article, you will have to port your MTN SIM to an Airtel SIM to enjoy the whooping offer. Porting is completely FREE and it allows you to seamlessly move your current phone number from any GSM mobile operator onto the Airtel Network.

How to Port MTN Line to Airtel Network
*Get a valid ID card like Student ID card, Voter’s card & others and visit any nearest Airtel store and fill the form they will give you.
*You’ll receive a successful message on your MTN line telling you to reboot and input the Airtel SIM you ported onto.
*Now, switch off your phone and you’re welcomed to Airtel network.

How to Activate the Airtel Data Bonus Offer Freebie to get 2GB for N100

*Now, after successfully porting your MTN line to your Airtel SIM, kindly recharge your Airtel line through bank or Zoto recharge wallet. Note: Do not recharge with scratch card pin.
*After recharging N100 with any of the method above, you’ll be given instant 2GB data which valid for 30 days and the data balance can be checked by dialling *223# only.

How to get N500 for 10GB Data

*The more you recharge N100, the more the data accumulates. N200 recharge will give you instant
4GB data bonus, N500 recharge will give you 10GB and vice versa.

*You can’t accumulate above 50GB data and each of the data has 30 days validity period. Your money is still intact while you enjoy your data.

NOTE: Do not recharge with scratch card pin, otherwise you won’t be given any data.

Benefits of Porting your Line

*You get the best of rates for voice and data services.
*You begin to leverage Airtel’s wide range of innovative and unparalleled products and services.
*You have the benefit of being served by a top global brand with best-in-class network quality, amazing data speeds and a differentiated customer service experience.
*Because of Airtel’s global reach, you enjoy unmatched benefits when you use your line in 20 countries and counting.
*From Ttechbay.com: You enjoy whooping data bonus at the lowest rate you could never have expect from any network operators in Nigeria.
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How to get 10GB bundle on Airtel – Free

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Am very busy to test this trick before posting it Here…. I just saw it somewhere and decided to share here:
You can give it a trail.
How to get 5GB, 10GB, etc bundle on Airtel.

step 1:- If ure on airtel loyalty program, u dont need to register boh if nt, txt ‘REWARDZ’ to 797 to register.
Step 2:- After registerin, txt ‘RD 50MB’ to 797 nd u’ll recieve a msgfrm airtel tellin u dat u’ve been credited wit 50MB.
Step 3:- dial *141*712*1# to check ur data balance nd u’ll have a blance of 5GB.

Step 4:- to make 10GB, 15GB, etc, repeat step 2 above