Saturday, June 7, 2014

How to Borrow Credit from Airtel, Etisalat, Glo and MTN in Nigeria

   Borrowing credit/airtime is now very common in Nigeria these days. Our network providers are trying to offer flexible services that will make their users convenient. Although, it may sound kinda funny to you if I tell you that I've never borrowed airtime from any of the Network providers, maybe because I'm always paranoid when it comes to borrowing. But due to the fact that anything can happen at anytime, you might also find yourself in a situation where you'll need to make a very important call and you might be out of credit so these codes are very important and you should keep them.

How does it work ?

Whenever you borrow credit, the credit will be deducted back on your next recharge after borrowing it and also only subscribers who meet up with the criteria set by their respective network providers will be allowed to borrow airtime. In most cases, the network providers always consider how long a user have been on their network, how often they recharge their lines and their monthly usage before borrowing them credit.

Important Notice

- All the network providers charge service fee for this service.
- Borrowed credit can be used to call any network, 
- Borrowed credit can be used to make international calls and also browse the internet.
- You can pay back the borrowed airtime via normal recharge or via ATM and other recharge process.
- You must repay borrowed credit before requesting for another one.

USSD Codes to Get Started and Borrow credit

Airtel - *500#
Etisalat - *665*amount#
Glo - *321#
MTN - *606#

Hope this helps !!!

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