#MobiBlaze: Get 1 GB data for N1,500

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MobiBlaze offers you 1 GB of internet service for just N1,500 monthly (30 days) through MTN’s Data Share service.

Here is how it works:

  • You will need an active MTN SIM and a smartphone, SIM-enabled tablet, modem or MiFi.
  • We offer you 1 GB of internet service for just N1,500 monthly (30 days)
  • This service is available to MTN users wherever your network has coverage
  • The internet service is 24 hours, so you can use it any time during the day and night
  • All technical issues and support are the responsibilities of the MTN network. Mention Data Share when calling MTN customer care
  • MOBILITY is responsible for your billing/renewal issues. Our billing support desk is manned between 8am and 10.00pm, so all activations and renewals have to be done within that period

To Order

1. Make your payment of N1,500 via Online Transfer, Mobile Transfer, Mobile Money, Quickteller or Cash Deposit into our GTBank account: 0009698726 / DomainStandard Networks. Include the MTN phone number that you want to credit as your name or in the additional instructions field.

2. Send your name, the MTN phone number to be credited, amount paid and data size wanted to 0813 656 4456. Your line will be credited within 15 minutes of payment confirmation (between the hours of 8am and 10.00pm daily).

3. You can check your data balance by sending SHAREBALANCE to 131.

Enquiries/Support: Send SMS to 0813 656 4456 (between the hours of 8am and 8pm daily).

NB: We are currently unable to offer MobiBlaze to Etisalat users due to high rate of unresolved technical issues plaguing the service. We hope to resume as soon as those issues are resolved.

  1. How do I know when my account is active? Do I get a notification on my line or an email from you?

  2. Dear Business Matters, Forgive me for answering on behalf of Mr Mo.
    Now to your questions, Etisalat cannot own a service and still resell. It’s theirs! Third party bodies are the ones who would use the ‘reselling’ medium. Besides, you don’t like the idea of getting 1GB for as low as N1,500? Please give an answer to that to help us address your question accordingly.

    —The service should work via hotspot sharing to your PC in as much as it is not a BIS plan—

    Mr Mo ehn, I love this. Trust me, millions of Nigerians are looking for something of such. You know right? 😀
    I’m def. going to opt-in as soon as I get to a place with better network coverage.
    I should take my megaphone with me as well. ???? ????

  3. This is some great news. It couldn’t have come at a better time just when I dumped my Airtel sim cos of the crappy service I was getting.

    We still look forward to getting 3GB for just N1,000 someday.

  4. This is nice. Getting as close as it could be. I will definitely subscribe after exhausting my current tablet Internet plan. Ride on Mobility.

  5. Exactly what I’ve been looking for, but a few questions:

    For instance, if you want to subscribe to 1.5k for 1G –
    1. Do you have to deposit exactly 1.5k each time you want to subscribe or can you deposit more and use as needed over time?;
    2. Is there an automatic renewal feature or do you have to subscribe manually each time?

  6. Can i make a suggestion? Most of us would prefer to pay for this service via recharge cards cause standing in cue at the bank is too rigorous. Am afraid of internet banking as well. Pls look into the use of recharge cards.

  7. dats good…is just d same tin with modestdata plan…just dat dey deal wit mtn line only…but dey all hav d same data plan…and all hav d sem 1mth validity…bt somehow is still costly..if zaincan give 1GB for 1k …den dat shud be a beta option…i wish da is solution from oda sites for dia bb sub to work in all devices…still tanks to airtel

  8. if zaincan give 1GB for 1k…den dat shud be a beta option

    In reality, that’s only true on BlackBerry devices

    On non BlackBerry , your 1 Gigabyte it’s actually 512MB….

  9. I checked my data balance with *228# it still showing me the 24mb I had left before ordering for MobiBlaze

  10. Mr. Mo , I ported from glo to etisalat. Does it mean I can’t benefit from this?

    I’m sure there would be a way out o.

  11. Sola Ola,

    We have been unable to get any ported line to work with this. However, we have a ticket opened with Etisalat customer care and so hope for a resolution soon.

  12. At this age you are afraid of Internet banking..?
    Have you heard of quickteller.com? They now have ecash.
    You can even use your atm to make transfer to any bank..

  13. I pity buyers.. This service does not exist. Even if it does, its one of those cheats. Because at Etisalat, we do not hv any data services we offer from 3rd parties… B guided

  14. Hello Nameless,

    MOBILITY does not engage in cheats. Search through the archives of this site. You won’t find one cheat. Everything we have ever offered our readers has been legit. You might want to check with your bosses at Etisalat again.

    Cheers.

  15. Buzz off…Mobility blog is well known and respected even beyond the shores of Nigeria. So get your facts right before running your mouth here.

  16. At Nameless, my understanding of the telco sector in Nigeria has made me realize that it is not every service or innovation that all staff are made to be aware of from the onset. This service by Mobility could actually still be on trial period and how “successful” it is or otherwise will determine if the operator pulls the plug on it or not.

    This is actually what some of us that works (used to actually) in the downstream sector of the telecoms industry has been rooting for. Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) exist in several countries and these companies operate like a telecoms company but don’t actually own the wireless network infrastructure over which they provide services to its customers. An MVNO enters into a business agreement with a mobile network operator to obtain bulk access to network services at wholesale rates, then sets retail prices independently. You can google MVNO and read more on this.

    So maybe Mobility is gearing up to be Nigeria’s 1st MVNO? No? 🙂

  17. Dear Mr. Nameless,
    Mobility Blog is well known not only in Nigeria but outside the shores of this country. This offer is legitimate and I am a living witness. In case of next time, please kindly get your facts right before you comment on what you dont know about. In some organisations, members of staff might not even know the company is recruiting because it is not their department it is the responsibility of the HR dept to do that. It is when people start asking you about a particular vacancy that you now confirm from the appropriate quarters. Please confirm first in case of next time and that is me AWIKONKO……. I say it the way it is……….

  18. Unfortunately d offer is no longer available due to technical issues? Let’s know whenever d issues are resolved

  19. Important Announcement:

    For some reason, in addition to earlier technical issues, the system is allowing users consume above individual data allocations, and we have already recorded consumption way above the total allocation subscribed to by users. We are investigating this, but it means that we have to suspend services till further notice.

    We know that this will adversely affect a few subscribers who have not used up their allocations. Please bear with us as we attempt to resolve this issue.

    Our channels remain open for you to reach us: 08187775484 and mobility@mobility.ng.

  20. I’m sure I have used up 1GB but I have been sent a message that my shared plan has been exhausted. I thought this 1GB is exclusive to me??

  21. Important Announcement:
    For some reason, in addition to earlier technical issues, the system is allowing users consume above individual data allocations, and we have already recorded consumption way above the total allocation subscribed to by users. We are investigating this, but it means that we have to suspend services till further notice.

    We know that this will adversely affect a few subscribers who have not used up their allocations. Please bear with us as we attempt to resolve this issue.

    Meanwhile, you also have the option to cross over to this programme to enjoy similar benefits. We will compensate existing MobiBlaze subscribers who cross over.

  22. Splendid.
    Let me order for the fellow that sampled the data allowance and blew his 1Gb in a week on his PC cos he didn’t turn off auto-updates and co.
    His testimony was ” it was fast and I enjoyed every bit of it ”

    IMHO, a blog post with the title “Mobiblaze is back ” will do much because I had to scroll through all 49comments to know that Mobiblaze is back up.
    Thanks.

  23. Is it still unavailable to ported lines?

    If yes, it is pure discrimination and I will sue EVERYONE!