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Airtel Talk Time Lets You Borrow Airtime Having No KOBO at Hand

With Airtel Talk Time Advance, you can actually call any network anywhere anytime in Nigeria without you physically recharging your account- even if you don't have a penny at hand or on phone!
Airtel Talk Time Advance service is the first of its kind in Nigeria, a service that enables you, as an Airtel customer to request for airtime (credit) in advance without physically recharging your airtime balance.
To do this, you are required to dial this short code "*500#" and send. This short code will provide all the denomination of airtime available to lend.

How It Works
The Airtel Talk Time Advance service is made available to help Airtel customers solve issues effortlessly in the case of emergencies relating to communication meanwhile; the borrowed airtime would be deducted when you recharge your account.
The denominations of airtime available for lending on the Airtel Talk Time Advance service are: N50, N100, N200, N500.

More conveniently, you can still request to borrow directly by dialing: *500*50# for N50 airtime, *500*100# for N100 airtime, *500*200# for N200 airtime, *500*500# for N500 airtime.

Benefits of the Service:
1- Makes borrowing of airtime possible, anytime and anywhere.
2- Ability to make calls even when you have no credit/airtime on your phone or cash at hand.
3 Ability to address emergency; you are given opportunity to have access to airtime at awkward times, thus staying connected.

The Service Charges:
There will be a 10% service charge for any amount borrowed. The 10% service charge is deducted directly from the borrowed credit. Implying that; if you borrow N50, you will only get N45.

Service Eligibility:
However, all Airtel customers are eligible for this service meanwhile; some restrictions are put in place to control and correct the abuse of the service. And they are:
1- An active line: meaning customer's line has not been suspended or deactivated under Airtel's existing policies.
2- Network Age: A prepaid customer who has been on the Airtel network for a minimum period of three (3) months prior to the date of request for Talk Time Advance.
3- The customer must have re-paid all prior advance credit provided by (in the case of a returning customer)

Repayment of Advance Airtime
You are required to repay the amount borrowed within a period of 72 hours. Airtel will deduct the Advance airtime requested (N50, N100, N200 or N500) from your main account at the time of next recharge or top up whether or not you have used the advance airtime borrowed. The repayment may be made via Me2U, ERC, Top Up recharge methods and the deduction may be made in full or partial until the full amount of Airtel Talk Time Advance borrowed is complete.

Please note that this info is given on an "AS IS" basis and may change from time to time with or without notice either from SaibVen or any of the Nigeria Networks in concern therefore; you may visit their website for the most recent changes made or contact SaibVen via this email; regarding this info or for any other issue relating to any network in Nigeria.

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