Airtel Added Campus 30% Data Bonus to Their Smartrybe 2.0 Tariff Plan

Good news to students in campus! Airtel has finally added more bonus to your subscription plan through the smart TRYBE tariff plan. This means that you will always get 30% data bonus offer on any data purchased of N500 and above made in any campus in Nigeria.

The offer has been advertised on social media, televisions and on many platforms on the internet. Meanwhile, not everybody will really like the offer because it can only be made and used in the campus and that simply means, everyone won’t be able to use it.

Airtel already have special benefits in the smart TRYBE 2.0 tariff plan which are: Calling at 11kb/sec, 500MB for 1GB data valid for 7 days, night browsing of 25naira for 500MB that valid from 12am to 5am in the morning and the newly added offer of 30% data bundle on any data purchased from N500 and above for only the students in the campus.

To activate the Airtel 30% data bundle, simply dial *312# and choose 1 to migrate and after successful migration, you can now recharge and buy data bundle of 500naira and above in your campus and it will automatically be doubled to 30 percent of the data purchased.

Moreover, if you are not a student and not in the campus, you can activate 100% double data that can be used anywhere in Nigeria which based on eligibility.

Whats your say concerning this latest Airtel offer?


  1. Telecommunication company, Airtel Nigeria has renovated and upgraded six primary schools in Nigeria to ultra-modern ones, the Managing Director, Mr Segun Ogunsanya,has said.The managing director made the disclosure at the opening of the upgraded Yahaya Hamza Primary School, Zaria, Kaduna State on Wednesday. Newsmen report that the primary school was renovated, upgraded and adopted by Airtel Nigeria as part of its corporate social responsibility.Ogunsanya said other schools upgraded by the company include; Oremeji Primary School II, Ajegunle, Lagos State, St. John’s Primary School, Oke-Agbo, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State and Community Primary School, Amumara in Imo.Others, he said, are Iyeru Okin Primary School, Ilara-Mokin, Kwara and Presbyterian Primary School, Ediba, in CrossRiver.“Over the years, Airtel has brought notable transformation to these schools by providing ultra-modern blocks of classrooms and borehole for portable water.“It also donated classroom furniture, uniforms, bags and educational materials such as books, textbooks and pens on yearly basis.“It is a complete package, not aone year wonder, but a continuing partnership,” he said.Ogunsanya assured that all students of Yahaya Hamza Primary school would get a complete set of uniform, bags, and books.“Today, I have the special privileged to present to you, the new Yahaya Hamza Primary School – refurbished six blocks, 12 classrooms complete with desk and chairs and two teachers’ offices.“Also in the project are 12 white boards, borehole facility, four toilets for male and femalestudents and the teachers,” he said.Inaugurating the school, Gov. Nasiru El-Rufa’i of Kaduna state, appreciated Airtel for what he described as a giant stride toward uplifting education in the state.He recalled that when he assumed office in 2015, 50 per cent of Kaduna State pupils were sitting on the floor to learn.El-Rufa’i appealed to other companies to emulate the good gesture of Airtel to collectively rescue the dwindling standard of education in the state.Earlier, the Emir of Zazzau, Dr Shehu Idris commended Airtel for the gesture and asked for its sustenance.He charged the beneficiaries tomake judicious use of the edifice for the good of the society and generation yet unborn.

  2. Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has announced plans to organize a specialized training programme for primaryschool teachers across different geo-political zones in commemoration of the 2017 World Teachers’ Day.The training programme, whichwill happen in six different locations, is specifically designed to help primary school teachers to become more productive and effective as well as improve the quality of education delivery at the primary level.The capacity building workshop will also honour exceptional Nigerian teachers across primary schools as partof celebrations of this year’s World Teachers’ Day.Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, said the company is totally committed to improving the quality of education at the primary level and also focused on creating access and educational opportunities for underprivileged children.According to him, the specialized training programme aligns with Airtel’s overall Corporate Social Responsibility of touching lives, making a difference and driving positive change across communities where it operates.“Teachers are very important and crucial to the success of any nation. Airtel Nigeria recognizes the important role teachers play in building a great society and we use the occasion of the 2017 World Teachers’ Day to honour, train and reward teachers across the country.“It is our hope that this initiative will empower Nigerianteachers to become more effective in the discharge of their duties,” said Ogunsanya.As part of the workshop, Airtel will also initiate an award’s platform to reward exceptional and hardworking teachers across its six adopted schools.To deliver the targeted training,Airtel Nigeria has partnered with Reading for leading, an educational based, non-governmental organizationthat is focused on improving the quality of education through mentoring, training and delivery of other learning related projects.The workshop, which will kick off on Thursday, 5th October through Tuesday, 17th October, 2017, will train over 152 teachers on how to engagepupils through interactive sessions as well as the use of audio visual aids in teaching children.The teachers training will take place across the six adopted schools namely: Oremeji Primary School II, Ajegunle, Lagos; St. John’s Primary School, Oke-Agbo, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun; Community Primary School, Amumara, Imo; Iyeru Okin Primary School, Ilara-Mokin, Kwara , Presbyterian Primary School, Ediba, Cross River State and the newly commissioned Yahaya Hamza Primary School, Zaria, Kaduna.Airtel’s Adopt-a-School programme is a robust initiative that offers underprivileged children access to quality education in conducive environment, also providing them with all the materials for learning and study. As part of the programme, Airtel also trains teachers of its adopted schools to ensure that high teaching quality is always maintained.

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