This Day (Lagos)

22 November 2012

Nigeria: Etisalat Launches Easyflex Services

Etisalat Nigeria has unveiled a Flexible bundle package known as EasyFlex. The new package, which comes flexible, is an all-in-one plan which offers customers the best value for money in Nigeria and freedom to browse, text, and make calls to any network of choice.

The Easyflex plan comes with four variants the Flex N1000, Flex N700, Flex N500 and Flex N300. Flex N1,000 offers customers up to 100 minutes talk time to call any network or 100 megabyte data or 400 SMS to any network; Flex N700 bundle offers customers 70 minutes talk time to call any network or 70 megabyte data or 280 SMS to any network; Flex N500 offers customers 50 minutes talk time to any network or 50 megabyte data or 200 SMS to any network; while Flex N300 offers customers 25 minutes talk time to any network or 25 megabyte data or 100 SMS to any network. Customers can however mix and match as they browse, call and send SMS to all networks as they wish on all four variants of Easy Flex.

Etisalat customers on any of the prepaid packages who wish to enjoy the huge benefits of Easyflex will have to migrate by dialing *344*bundle of their choice#. For instance, to purchase Flex N1,000, customers should simply dial *344*1000#, *344*700# for Flex N700, *344*500# for Flex N500 and *344*300# for Flex N300.

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