How to Migrate to Airtel smartTALK (Tariff plan)

Discussion in 'Networks' started by Olayanju Kabir, May 11, 2017.

Airtel
  1. Olayanju Kabir

    Olayanju Kabir Itz Kofem Staff Member

    Airtel smartTalk was recently introduced as an exciting tariff plan which offers call rates at 11k/sec to all network. This new development by Airtel makes the Airtel smartTalk tariff plan the lowest and cheapest tariff plan on the Airtel network. With the introduction of the Airtel smarTalk tariff plan, Airtel joins the recent trends of all other mobile networks introducing new tariff plans at the same call rate at 11k/sec.

    Airtel smartTALK is an exciting prepaid plan that allows subscribers to:
    Airtel are trying to meet up with Mtn True Talk Plus and the Etisalat Easy Life 4.0 Also the Glo Gbam Plus which all offers calls at the rates of 11k/s across all networks

    The Airtel smartTALK is an exciting prepaid plan that allows subscribers to

    • Call all networks in Nigeria at 11 kobo per second (from the very 1st second) for a daily access fee of ₦5 charged on your first call of the day.
    • Make international calls at 20k per second to the USA, Canada, China, India and UK Landline
    What You Need To Know Before Migrating To The Airtel smartTALK
    • All new and existing prepaid subscribers are eligible to migrate into this product
    • The rates available on this package are as follows:
    • Daily access charge- N5/day*
    • Airtel-to-Airtel Calls – 11k/sec
    • Airtel-to-other local Calls – 11k/sec
    • International calls (top 5 int’l destinations) – @20k/sec
    • Other International destinations @ network rate
    • Local SMS at N4/SMS; International SMS at N15/SMS
    • PAYU data at 5k/kb
    • NOTE: Only subscribers with minimum of N5 Main Account balance would be able to initiate 1st call of the day (on net / off net). This does not apply to subscribers with valid voice bundle like Talk More, Premier Connect, WeekendMAX EXTRA etc
    • The N5 access fee is charged only on days you make calls.
    • 1st migration in a month is free. Subsequent migration within the same month is charged at N100.
    • The following people cannot opt into the plans;
    • All Post-paid lines.
    • Staff prepaid lines.
    • No recharge bonus or free data is available on this plan
    How To Migrate To Airtel smartTALK
    • Simply dial *315# or send YES to 315
    Hope this is article is quite useful to the loyal die-hard Airtel subscribers. Its just obvious all the mobile telecommunication companies are in tight competition among themselves which is a good development to always ensure cheap affordable tariff plans for the average Nigerians.

    NOTE: Airtel smartTalk is currently the cheapest Airtel tariff plan, which is available and affordable for the average Nigerian. Have fun rocking airtel Nigeria.
    • Call all networks in Nigeria at 11kobo per second (from the very 1st second) for a daily access fee of N5 charged on your first call of the day.
    • Make international calls at 20kobo per second to USA, Canada, China, India and UK Landline.

    Simply dial *315# and start calling friends, family and everyone in Nigeria for 11k per second all day, all night!



    Terms and Conditions
    • Subscribers can migrate into smartTALK 2.0 by dialing *315#
    • Migration into smartTALK 2.0 is free (except if it is a subsequent migration within the month by the subscriber which will be charged at N100).
    • This is an opt-in offer and is open to new and existing Airtel prepaid subscribers.
    • All calls are charged at 11k/sec ACROSS ALL local Networks at a daily access fee of N5
    • Only subscribers with minimum of N5 Main Account balance would be able to initiate 1st call of the day (on-net/off-net). This does not apply to subscribers with valid voice bundle like Talk More, Premier Connect, WeekendMAX EXTRA etc.
    • Subscribers on this plan can also purchase the Talk More bundle, Premier Connect bundle and other bundles as desired.
    • 5x offer is not available on this plan
     
  2. Loading...


Share This Page