Nigeria: 9mobile Crashes Local, International Call Rates With Morelife

30 July 2020

In a move to enable its customers stay in touch with their loved ones at a much more affordable cost, 9mobile has relaunched its Morelife Complete package.

Morelife is a voice-based prepaid package that allows customers to make calls at 11k/s to all networks in Nigeria and to top international destinations including UK, USA, Canada, China, Norway, Puerto Rico and Bangladesh with a daily access fee of only N5 billed along with the first call of the day.

Subscribers on the package, according to the Acting Director, Marketing at 9mobile, Layi Onafowokan, would further enjoy an exclusive data offer of getting 11GB for just N3000 and other exciting benefits.

Commenting further on the revamped offer, Onafowokan said: "We are responding to our customers' need to stay in touch with their friends and family both locally and around the world without worrying about expensive call rates especially with the varying degrees of physical and social restrictions in place at this time.

"More than ever before, Nigerians now rely heavily on efficient and affordable telecom services to communicate with loved ones around the world. That is why we are introducing this most affordable uniform voice call rate of 11k/sec for all local calls and select international destinations."

Onafowokan added that the MoreLife Complete package underlines 9mobile's desire to continue to offer meaningful and affordable services to its subscribers."

He disclosed that subscribers could activate the MoreLife Complete package by dialling *620*1# and get the super 11GB data offer by dialling *230*1#.

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