I have been hearing people say that MBs (megabytes) can now be shared on certain mobile Networks in Nigeria, so I set sail to find out how true this is.

The first place I landed was Airtel. I discovered that can actually share MB on Airtel but not for free. I also discovered that for every MB you share or transfer, you will pay 100MB in return. From this, it will be advised that whenever you are sharing MB, you share huge amount so it will the sacrifice of paying a whole lot of 100MB, which is #1000.00 if you are buying it!

Secondly, Airtel has been very liberal in the aspect of their BlackBerry Services. When you pay for any of their BIS data plan, you can use it for any other purpose, unlike other stingy networks we have around.
so the key is, when you discover that your BIS is about to expire, you can share or transfer the remaining MB with your friends or other Airtel sim with which you can browse with your dongle (modem) or any other device. Isn't this lovely?
  1. To transfer 10MB;
dial: *141*712*11*recipient number#
    2. To transfer 25MB
dial: *141*712*9*recipient number#
   3. To transfer 60MB
dial: *141*712*4*recipient number#
For more information, dial *141*1# and follow the voice prompt.
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