MTN XtraByte: How To Borrow Data/Megabyte From MTN

Filed in Data Plans by on August 11, 2016 4 Comments

MTN XtraByte has introduced service that lets eligible active prepaid customers borrow data on credit when they run out of data while browsing and pay back on their next recharge.

MTN XtraByte how to subscribe

This is a nice development and welcome idea from the Telecommunication Giant. MTN is the first to introduce this service. MTN few years back introduce the ability for customers to borrow airtime and they now extended it to data, giving its subscribers the option to borrow data is a good innovation because many people now prefer to have data on their Smartphones than having call airtime. Am one of those that prefer data to airtime. I don’t know about you.

Interesting thing about this offer is that you can borrow airtime through MTN XtraTime, also borrow “data through XtraByte” as long as you are eligible for the services. So both voice and data options are there for you.

To be eligible to borrow megabyte (Data) with MTN XtraByte, you must fulfil these criteria below
⚫ Your SIM must be registered
⚫Your number must have been active on the network for at least 3 months
⚫Your main account balance must be between #0 and #12

How To Check If You Are Eligible
You can check if you are eligible for MTN XtraByte data service by dialling the code, *606# and then select 1 from your registered MTN line.

Summary of MTN XtraByte Table
MTN XtraByte list and price

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My Name is Chukwuebuka Ogbuchi , a passionate blogger with full interest in making the world a better place for the tech lovers in the society at large,our main aim is to help and solve any related technology issues.

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  1. Blazer wap says:

    This is absolutely working and blazing better meanwhile I also borrowed not long ago and go well.

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  2. martin G says:

    I dont trust MTN, they always have hidden charges attached.
    Mr incredible.

  3. Hope the bytes dont come with strings attached?

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