Data borrowing has became an important service in the Telecom business, first to help and retain customers and later to make more money by the Telecom companies.
It was introduced to help customers who may be doing something online and suddenly discovered their data has been exhausted. With this service, they can borrow and pay later and also continue whatever they were doing.
Accessing this service is based on eligibility which differs from one network to the other. Generally, you may be required to keep your line active for at least three consecutive months with airtime recharge and usage for each month. This will determine your eligibility for the service.
Note that the service is not free on any of the networks (Glo, MTN, vodafone and AirtelTigo). Usually, you will be required to pay back the amount for the data with a few additional fee meant to be the extra charges. That’s the way it works across the networks in Ghana. To borrow data on AirtelTigo, please find steps below;
How To Borrow Data On AirtelTigo
Borrowing data on Airtel is called DataCredit. It can be accessed in the few steps listed below;
- On an active Airtel line, please dial *589#
- A prompt will popup on your screen.
- Once successful, there will be an instant data credit on your line with SMS notification.
For further assistance or enquiry, you may contact customer care for free 100.
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