Tuesday, March 7, 2017

How To Borrow Airtime From MTN, Etisalat, Glo & Airtel

   
   
MTN, Glo, Etisalat and Airtel now allows subscribers to borrow Airtime (credit) at any point in time when you run out of airtime and I will be giving out the codes to dial in order to borrow credit from any of the network providers in Nigeria.

Some of you might be aware of the code to borrow Airtime from your preferred network but what about other networks? Bet me, one day, you might need the same service on another network that you are not conversant with. Hence the reason for this article.

I will advise you to bookmark or save this page for reference purposes in future so that you can easily open it anytime you want to borrow airtime from a network you forgot their codes.

This service has saved many people in some tight corners when they don't have money to buy airtime or don't have access to where they can purchase airtime. It is making like more easier than before. Without wasting much time, follow the procedures below to borrow airtime from any network in Nigeria.


1. HOW TO BORROW AIRTIME FROM MTN
The service is exclusively available to prepaid subscribers who recharge at least N500 monthly. To borrow Airtime from MTN
Dial *606# and follow the on-screen instructions

Alternatively, you can dial *600*amount# or you dial *600# AND follow the instructions.

Do you know you can also borrow data from MTN? Ok click here for more information.

2. HOW TO BORROW AIRTIME FROM ETISALAT
Etisalat has increased their charge to 10% and 15% but if you are okay with that and still want to borrow credit, then dial *665*amount#. For example if you want to borrow N500 airtime from Etisalat you will have to dial *665*500#
Also note that the service will attract a 10% charge from your next recharge. That is, if you borrow N100 airtime, your phone will be credited with N90 on your next N100 recharge.
Alternatively, you can dial *665# and follow the on-screen instructions.

SEE ALSO... Codes To Buy MTN, Etisalat, Glo, Airtel Airtime From Your Bank Account

3. HOW TO BORROW AIRTIME FROM GLO
The amount you will receive should be less 10% as service charge. That is, if you request for N200 credit, your phone will be credited with N180 while N20 goes to Glo as their service charge.

To borrow airtime from GLO follow the steps below:

Step 1: Create a 4 digits pin. On your Glo sim, dial *321# then create a 4 digit pin of your choice e.g 4535

Step 2: Borrow the airtime. Dial *321*pin*amount you want to borrow# E.g *321*4535*200#.

SEE ALSO... How To Borrow Data From Glo

4. HOW TO BORROW AIRTIME FROM AIRTEL
For you to be eligible to borrow airtime from airtel, you need to be a regular subscriber on Airtel for at least 3 months and must load a minimum of N250 monthly before you can borrow.

To borrow airtime from Airtel dial *500*amount#

That's how you can borrow airtime from any network provider in Nigeria. Are you still confused? Is this post helpful? Kindly hit the SHARE button to share with friends on Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter etc.
   
   
   
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11 comments:

  1. Why about visafone and starcom !!!!!!!!! Hahahhaha

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  2. This good to renew the update


    Sometimes I do forgets

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  3. Could you please update the house with other ISP

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  4. nice update but I don't think I can borrow any credit from any of the network.

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  5. the last time that I borrowed credit from Mtn was a disastar.i did not use the borrow credit but when I load they deduct there credit and my

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