How to Share Data on 9mobile in Nigeria
If you’re looking for a simple and convenient way to share data on 9mobile in Nigeria, you’ve come to the right place.
In this post, we will guide you through the steps to transfer internet data bundles on 9mobile to your friends and family using a USSD code.
Transfer Data Bundles on 9mobile Nigeria
If you have unused or redundant data bundles on 9mobile Nigeria, you can now share them with your loved ones or even trade them for cash.
With the 9mobile Data Share feature, subscribers can quickly transfer their data bundles in megabytes or gigabytes using a simple USSD code.
This feature is not for data gifting or renewal; it is for those who have active data plans on their 9mobile SIMs and want to share them with friends and family.
How to Share Data on 9mobile in Nigeria Using Transfer Code
Here are the simple steps you need to follow to share data on 9mobile in Nigeria:
Step 1: Dial *229*PIN*Volume of MB*9mobile Number#.
For instance, to share 20MB of data, dial *229*1234*20*08091234567#.
Step 2: Confirm the transfer by entering “1”.
Step 3: You will receive an SMS confirmation for the data transfer.
How to Change Your Data Transfer PIN
The default PIN for data transfer is 0000. If you want to change your data transfer PIN, follow these steps:
Step 1: Dial *247*Old PIN*New PIN#.
For example, to change your PIN from 0000 to 4321, dial *247*0000*4321#.
Step 2: You will receive an SMS confirmation that your PIN has been changed.
How to Share Data on Other Networks
If you’re interested in sharing data on other networks in Nigeria, check out the additional resources below:
How to Manage Your Data Plan to Make It Last
If you’re looking for ways to make your data plan last longer without buying airtime, check out our post on how to manage your data plan effectively.
Sharing data on 9mobile in Nigeria has never been easier.
With the USSD code, you can quickly transfer your data bundles to friends and family.
Remember to change your default PIN and confirm the data transfer by entering “1”.
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