If you’ve been searching a TRUE Unlimited data plan in Nigeria to cater for your business or personal (home) use, then SMILE NG has exactly. The well known internet service provider SMILE NG has just unveiled a TRUEUnlimited data plan, no throttling, no data cap… you can browse and download all you want and never have to worry of reaching a data limit.
Smile NG introduced two new data campaign, “Perfect Gift” campaign and the “TRUE UnlimitedPremium” campaign. Each of these two campaigns bags enough benefits for consumers to stand on its own steam but the desire to delight customers at this Yuletide period has made Smile run the two campaigns concurrently.
Smile Perfect Gift Data Plan
The “Perfect Gift” campaign comes with two different data offers. The first offer gives you 25GB at the cost of N12,000 with a NEW SMiFi device. The 25GB data is valid for 30 days and it also includes a 100% BONUS on recharge for the first 3 months. The BONUS data will have higher priority of use over paid data and will be valid for 7 days. In addition, customer will enjoy 10 mins local voice calls and unlimited on-net calls and SMS.
The second offer gives customers 80GB of data at the cost of N14,500 with a NEW SMiFi device. To extend the data into the New Year, the 80GB is split into 50GB on activation and 5GB every month following, for 6 months, upon recharge of a minimum of a N3,000 data plan. Both the 50GB and the 5GB monthly BONUS data is valid for 30 days. This offer also includes 10 mins local voice calls and unlimited on-net calls and SMSs.
Smile TRUEUnlimited Data Plan
The Smile TRUEUnlimited Premium plan allows customers to experience a TRUE Unlimited internet with “No Limit”.
Smile TRUEUnlimited Premium plan is believed to be “Nigeria’s only TRUE Unlimited internet plan” and is available to customers on Smile’s 4G LTE network for only N19,800.
This data plan is designed to delight Smile subscribers while helping them to run their businesses without any worries.
The new campaigns; “Perfect Gift” and “TRUE UnlimitedPremium” are available in key Nigerian towns including Abuja, Asaba, Benin, Ibadan, Kaduna, Lagos, Onitsha, and Port-Harcourt.