Monday, September 10, 2012

Subscribe to EasyLife 3.0. Dial *420*1#. Get free 30Mb.





The most innovative and fastest growing telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria, has provided its customers with value added propositions with the introduction of Easylife 3.0 by dialling *420 * 1#

The offer which kicked-off on September 3, gives new and existing customers FREE 1MB data daily when they opt-in to the package and they can make calls at 20kobo per second to all networks in Nigeria, US, UK landlines, Canada, India and China, for a N5 daily access fee. In total, an easy life 3.0 subscriber will get 30 Mb free data in a month to browse from their mobile phones.


Explaining the new tariff plan, Chief Commercial Officer at Etisalat Nigeria, Mr. Wael Ammar, said, the Easylife 3.0 is introduced to encourage increased mobile data usage by customers. “Etisalat is passionate about the growth of broadband in Nigeria. We have noticed an increase in mobile data usage on the network, so we decided to offer our new and existing customers who opt-in to the package free MB to browse daily and cheaper call rates to Etisalat and other networks. This additional data will enable subscribers enjoy more browsing time on our super-fast 3.75G HSPA+ broadband network,” he said.

“New and existing Etisalat customers can opt-in to Easylife 3.0 by dialing *420*1#.  We have also dropped the access fee on Homezone 2.0 from N10 to N5 daily, giving them 1MB free data and calls at 20kobo per second to all networks and 5 international countries. 1MB free data and access to 20kobo per second calls to 5 international countries has also been extended to Easycliq subscribers when they opt-in to Cliq for the day. In addition to these benefits, new subscribers to the Etisalat network will get 30% of all their recharges back after their first 30 days on the network when they register their SIMs”, he concluded.

Etisalat launched Easylife in 2010 reducing its tariffs to 25kobo per second for a daily opt-in fee of N20. The introduction of Easylife paved way for affordable GSM tariffs in Nigeria alongside its many other firsts.

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