Active Airtel USSD CodesAirtel Networks Limited (Airtel Nigeria) is one of Nigeria’s most well-known mobile telecommunications companies. According to the Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) Subscribers Statistics issued on August 30, 2019, Airtel Nigeria has a market share of 26.8% and 46.8 million subscribers. Airtel Africa, the holding company for Bharti Airtel’s activities in 14 African nations, is a member of the corporation.
Econet Nigeria was established in 2001 and was granted a Digital Mobile License (DML) for communication services in Nigeria. On August 5, 2001, it created history by becoming the first telecommunications service provider in Nigeria to start commercial GSM services. As management changed hands in 2004, Vodacom took over the company. Vee Networks took over the company in 2004 and changed its name to Vmobile. Celtel purchased Vmobile in May of 2006. In 2008, another telecoms company, Zain Group, paid nearly $3 billion for all of Celtel International’s shares. Celtel Africa’s operations were renamed from Celtel to Zain as a result of this transaction. Bharti Airtel, the parent company of Airtel Nigeria, completed the $10.7 billion acquisition of Zain Group’s Africa operations in 2010.
The best available communications technology for delivering mobile financial services to low-income users is the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD), sometimes known as USSD. In the developing world, the majority of large-scale mobile financial services employ this USSD as their principal method of communication between users and their mobile payment platform. Of course, Airtel Nigeria, the country’s second-largest telecommunications network, is included.
When it comes to accessing critical financial services like monitoring your credit balance and other Airtel sim services, Airtel USSD codes are crucial. They can also assist in verifying the data balance, the most recent full talk time offer, or the transfer service usage statistics. In fact, these codes can be used to manage practically all Airtel services, with the exception of when you opt to download and use the “My Airtel App,” which is available on both Android and iOS and can be obtained from their respective app stores. We’ll look at all of Airtel’s USSD codes in Nigeria and what they’re used for in this article.
All Airtel USSD Codes
USSD Codes Function
*123# Check Airtel credit Balance
*12181# Check my airtel number
*121# Airtel Best Offer
*121*2# Airtel Balance check(Main balance, net balance)
*12181# Airtel unlimited data &Calling Pack offer
*140# Airtel Data Balance Check Code
*123*1# Check credit bonus
*123*2# or *140# Check Airtel Voice Bundle Balance
*141# To share/transfer data, Choose Airtel data plan
*234# To migrate to Airtel Moretalk
*438*100# To deactivate Airtel data bundle on Android Bundles
*408*100# To deactivate Airtel data bundle Mega bundles
How to Check your Airtel Data Balance
If you’re having trouble checking your Airtel data balance via the MyAirtel App, which you can download and install on your smartphone, a USSD code will come in handy. Take a look at them:
USSD Code to Check Data Balance 3G/4G *140#, 223# or *123*10#
Inquire About Airtel 2G Internet Data Balance *123*10#
Airtel Night Data Balance *123*197#
How To Check Bonus Balance
Please follow the instructions below to check your Airtel bonus balance.
- Dial *223# from your Airtel phone.
- Allow a few moments for your bonus sum to be notified.
- You may also receive an SMS confirming your remaining bonuses.
The bonus enquiry code given above displays not just your airtime bonuses, but also any additional benefits you have on your line, including your data bonus.
You may also check your Airtel data balances by dialing *141#. A pop-up notification will appear, displaying your current data balance.
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