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How to Transfer Data Between Telecommunication Service Providers in Nigeria

Filed in Articles, Data Bundles by on July 16, 2020

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How to Transfer Data Bundle Between Telecommunication Service Providers in Nigeria.

 Transfer Data Between Telecommunication Service Providers in Nigeria: This post will instruct you on how to share or transfer data  bundles with your family or friends using the same network as you. Below are the procedures on how to transfer data from MTN to MTN, Airtel to Airtel, Glo to Glo and 9Mobile to 9Mobile.

Data transfer


How to Transfer Data from MTN to MTN.

To transfer Data from an MTN to MTN sim, ensure that you have at least 10MB (MegaByte). Navigate to your phone Dial press *131*7# or simply dial *131# and select the 7th option. Proceed and choose option 1 and click on send to continue. Now, Enter the phone number you will like to share your data bundle with

How to Transfer Data from Airtel to Airtel.

Airtel allows you to share a data plan with family and friends across phones, tablets and laptops. Data Me2U (aka Data Share): You can “share” from the data allowance of an already purchased data bundle to another customer. For example, if you have purchased a 1.5GB Monthly, you can send100MB to another customer.

N/B: there will be a deduction from your account for the data transfer on  airtel

How to Transfer Data from 9Mobile TO 9Mobile.

To activate: Dial *917#. Then Dial *229*pin*volume of mb*recipient’s number# e.g. *229*0000*40*08091234567#

N/B: the security pin is 0000.

How to Transfer Data from Glo to Glo.

To share or transfer Glo Data, dial *127*Data Plan Code*receiver’s number#. The Data Plan Code is 53 for Always Micro subscription.

SMS Guide.

To share o Glo Data through SMS, text “Gift (Data Plan Name) (Recipient Number)” example “Gift Always Micro 0805559xxxx” to 127.

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