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.

9mobile Partners Bango to introduce smart way to pay

9mobile is living up to its identity as Nigeria’s most innovative telecommunications company, with the launch of 9pay.

This is an operator-billed payment platform for Google Play store users, launched in partnership with Google and Bango, the leading global mobile payments company.

According to its Chief Product & Information Officer, Otuyemi Otule, 9mobile is happy to expand its mobile payment solutions in Nigeria, which has a combination of a highly unbanked and highly mobile-first population. He added that 9mobile’s 9pay offers millions of consumers a means of making important financial transactions.

9pay can be used for a variety of things. If you are a local app or game developer, you will love this because you will find it infinitely easier to monetize your offerings.

If you’re not an app developer, the service is still of great value to you. With 9pay, you can pay for your apps, games and more, on Google Play store; transfer funds to a loved one or send money to your friend’s bank account, and so much more.

Is 9pay an app, you may ask. It is not. 9pay is a payment platform as earlier mentioned, or an e-wallet. And It is super easy to use, simply follow these steps:

  • Select 9pay as payment option on Google Play Store or visit www.9pay.com.ng to create an account.
  • Create a pin and fund your account with your ATM card issued by any Nigerian bank.
  • Voila! You are ready to start sending and receiving funds and making payments.

If you are wondering where your funds go to, all funds are safely warehoused and monitored by the United Bank of Africa (UBA) plc.

No more “aunty no change” story when buying anything with cash. Just ask your merchant to transfer the change from their 9pay account to your 9pay account. The fun part is you can transfer this “change” from your 9pay account to your bank account and cash out!

So, what are you waiting for? Set up your 9pay account now and join the #9mobile9pay wave.

9Mobile, Airtel oppose transfer of Visafone 800MHz spectrum licence to MTN

Two major telecoms operators in the country, 9Mobile and Barti Airtel, yesterday, publicly opposed the proposed transfer of operating licence and resources, including 800MHz spectrum, from Visafone Communication Limited to MTN Nigeria.

The duo raised the objection at a public hearing organised by Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, at its headquarters in Abuja.

Responding to the proposal, Head of Regulatory Affairs, 9Mobile, Mr. Chidozie Arinze, said spectrum remained a scarce national resource available in limited quantity and, as such could not be leased to only MTN as an operator to the detriment of other operators that do not have similar spectrum in their possession.

He argued that the 800MHz spectrum from Visafone must be managed more efficiently and not be given to one operator because it had money.

According to him,  this will create room for wider dominance of the market by MTN, and that if MTN is allowed to monopolize 4G, it can be priced anyhow.

He said:  “It is like giving all Nigerian oil wells to one individual. The 800MHz spectrum is good for 4G operation and every operator wants to deploy 4G.    If MTN is allowed to monopolize 4G, it can be priced anyhow.

“MTN has 4G spectrum already and it wants to get this, in essence, it will be controlling 50% of the available spectrum in Nigeria.

“This is not done in line with the extant guidelines. It prohibits s control of facility that cannot be replicated by competitors. If they get this spectrum, the competitors don’t have similar spectrum and cannot have access to it.”

On his part, Airtel representative, Lucky Ubani, urged the NCC not to allow MTN acquire the spectrum, noting that such a move would extend its market dominance beyond voice segment, which he said could spell doom for the industry.

He warned that care should be taken not to create another monopoly in the market and urged the regulator to come up with measures that would enable other top operators operate  alongside MTN.

He said:  “In India there is a specific cap to which a single operator should acquire spectrum order wise there will be a huge disadvantage.”

Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Prof. Umar Danbatta, had earlier in his opening speech, told the audience that the public enquiry was meant to gather informed contributions from stakeholders to enable the commission take informed decision consistent with its mandate to create an enabling environment for effective competition in the industry as well ensure provision of qualitative and efficient telecommunications services throughout the country.

He said: “The commission seeks your active participation in the deliberations that would lead to an informed decision consistent with our mandate.

“As you may be aware, the demand for spectrum has increased due to emergence of disruptive innovations such as mobile broadband, web applications, Cloud Computing (CC), Internet of Thinks (IoT) and the proliferation of smart devices among others.

“Consequently, in order to reap the benefits of effective utilisation of spectrum as well as improve operational efficiency and regulatory excellence, the commission in accordance with its mandate as enshrined in the Nigerian Communications Act, NCA, 2003 embarked on re-planning of some of the its frequency bands.”

“In line with the spirit of participatory regulation and the strategic objective of the commission to hold regular consultation with the industry stakeholders, the commission has decided to hold a public enquiry to elicit inputs and comments from stakeholders to enable us draw important and beneficial contributions from your wealth of experience and research,’’ the NCC boss said.