Internet & BlackBerry Data Plans

Airtel Nigeria Now Offers The Cheapest and Most Cost Effective Mobile Data Plan

Everyone who owns a feature phone with internet access in Nigeria now knows that the cheapest data plan you can get goes for N1,000 with a minimum data cap of 200MB depending on the network. Same applies to those who own non-blackberry smartphones.
For those of us with BlackBerry phones, N1,400 …

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The Fastest & Slowest Broadband Internet Across The Globe

I’m guilty of bitching about the internet speeds obtainable here in Nigeria on some mobile networks. My experience with MTN Nigeria’s GPRS/EDGE/3.5G service has never passed the 20KB/s download speed mark and my best so far has been a whooping 800KB/s with Globacom Nigeria 3.5G services which is why I …

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How I spend N2,500 ($15) monthly on Unlimited Internet Access

A few years back internet services in Nigeria were pretty expensive and widely limited to the cybercaf√©s and post offices but as time went by and the GSM operators introduced us to the world of mobile telecommunications, internet availability came to expand and at the same time, the price began …

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Etisalat Nigeria BlackBerry Complete, Voice & Social Plans

Rumors have it that BlackBerry subscribers in Nigeria are set to pass the 1 million mark and Etisalat Nigeria has awoken from its slumber and further widened its range of BlackBerry services with the launch of the BlackBerry Complete Plan and BlackBerry Voice Plan.
Following the recent erratic nature of the …

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GiffGaff UK BlackBerry Internet Plans

UK Mobile Virtual Network Operator, GiffGaff, recently announced that that it will soon be supporting BlackBerry services on its O2 supported cellular network starting from November 24th 2011.
The monthly service which will allegedly be priced at a comfortable ¬£3 will allow Blackberry subscribers on the network, access to BlackBerry Messenger, …

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US 3G/4G Mobile Broadband Plans Now $50/month for 6GB

Most major mobile technology companies across the globe seem to be restructuring their business these days in other to boost profits and the cellular network, Sprint isn’t lagging behind as they recently unveiled one of the cheapest 3G/4G mobile data plans in the US.
With the new monthly plans fixed at …

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Beware Of Etisalat BlackBerry Plan: Opera Mini Not Supported

UPDATE: Apparently Opera Mini for BlackBerry 6.5 had some compatibility issues with BlackBerry OS 6.0 and this has now been fixed with a teeny weeny upgrade of the application. Opera Mini now works on the Etisalat Nigeria network using BIS ;-).
Glo internet services in the country have been erratic of …

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How To Legally Browse The Internet Free On Glo Network

UPDATE: Looks like Globacom Nigeria has stopped giving out free data thus we are left once again with Etisalat Nigeria as the only mobile network that offers free data weekly (EasyCliq customers ONLY)
Since the beginning of the year, mobile operators in Nigeria have been unveiling packages that allow their subscribers …

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How To Activate Glo Internet Plan on iPad 2 and iPhone 4

Internet service in Nigeria is gradually building momentum and thanks to Globacom Nigeria, a good part of the population can access the world wide web at very affordable rates even on their BlackBerry Smartphones (N1,400 ONLY).
This tutorial was submitted by Bodunoye, who’s one of the commentators here at Patchwork Of …

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