How To Borrow Airtime From Airtel Nigeria Extra Credit

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When a subscriber’s call credit runs out, Airtel Nigeria allows them to borrow airtime. Except for the N25 loan, which includes a service charge of 20%, you pay back the loan on your next recharge with a 15% service charge.
• Customers will be evaluated based on how often they recharge each month and how much they spend on average.

• Customers who have paid off any previous loans and related fees.

• You must have been a subscriber to AIRTEL for at least two months. You must also be a committed and persistent subscriber who spends an average of N200 every month.

What is Airtime Airtel Extra Credit, and how does it work?

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Airtel Extra Credit is a credit loan program that allows qualifying customers to borrow airtime on credit and repay it when they reload their phone.

Who can benefit from Airtel Extra Credit?

1 Prepaid Airtel customers that have a registered SIM card.

2 Customers will be evaluated based on how often they recharge each month and how much they spend on average.

3 Customers who have paid off any previous loans as well as any associated fees.

Who can take advantage of this service?

You must have been a subscriber to AIRTEL for at least two months. You must also be a committed and persistent subscriber who spends an average of N200 every month.

What is the procedure for applying for the service?

You will be required to transmit a request via a specified short code; *500#, which will provide you with all of the available airtime denominations. Dial *500*amount# to receive particular denominations.

Airtel’s service fee

You will be charged a service fee of 15% of the amount borrowed.

For example, if you borrow N200, you will get N170, and if you borrow N500, you will get N425.

What if I don’t pay back my Advance within 72 hours?

You won’t be allowed to use the Service again until you pay the full amount outstanding. Furthermore, it will have a negative impact on your Advance rating, which is required to qualify for bigger sums in the future.

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