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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Good News to All MTN Blackberry Subscribers!!!!

Good News to All MTN Blackberry Subscribers!!!!
MTN has reviewed their Blackberry Subscription Plan, Now you’re getting the same Plan for a Cheaper Amount.
The BBC Plan is now N1,000 instead of the N1,500 and the BIS Plan now cost N1,500 instead of N3,000.
All Blackberry Subscriptions comes with a Data Cap.
Data Cap means thats its MB is limited, You can’t download more than the MB Allocated to your Plan.
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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Good News to All ETISALAT Blackberry Subscribers!!!!

Etisalat has also cut down their Blackberry plan price, going from the usual N1,500 to N1000. Check below

Blackberry Complete Plan

The new etisalat BlackBerry® Complete Plan offers you the following
  • Internet Browsing
  • 1 web-based email account (yahoo, gmail, MSN, etc)
  • Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter)
  • Instant Messaging on yahoo messenger, MSN messenger, Google talk
  • BlackBerry Messenger (BBM)
  • BlackBerry email (
  • BlackBerry App World.
AbsoluteActivation code for VoiceActivation code for Non-VoicePrice
Daily*499*3*2#Send COD to 399100
Weekly*499*3*1#Send COW to 399500
Monthly*499*3#Send COM to 3991,000

Monday, April 22, 2013

Nigerian Mobile Number Portability finally takes off today

From today, the over 100 million mobile phone users in the country can now change from one network to another and still retain their numbers.
This is courtesy of the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) regime which takes off today.
The regime would be flagged off with a massive publicity event by the Nigeria Communications Commissions (NCC).
However, there are concerns about how mobile phone users can effectively access and enjoy the benefits of the system after the launch.
Perhaps in anticipation of this,  NCC has outlined what subscribers should do to effectively utilise the benefits of the system.
Mobile Number Portability makes it possible for a subscriber to migrate from one network – may be due to poor services – to another which he/she feels can offer better services, without losing his/her original phone number.
Already, NCC  and telecoms operators as well as MNP service providers, have confirmed their readiness for the scheme while there has been excitement stemming from what MNP is able and about to do.
Expectedly, the service will give the telecoms consumers the freedom of choice, redefine competition and allow subscribers the opportunity to use only one phone and operate on the platform of their choice.
The service will also impose cutting-edge responsibility on the operators who will now ensure their quality of service is good enough to retain the confidence of their subscribers.
However, the regulator has hinted the subscribers that the programme is just beginning and will not provide the ‘magic wand’ to address all the problems of the industry immediately.
NCC, at the weekend, said that technical hitches may be expected within the first few days of the service launch, but implored subscribers to show understanding. It also advised Nigerians to access its website for detailed information on MNP.
The porting rules
However, the Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Dr. Eugene Juwah, noted that subscribers were expected to abide by certain rules to give the system a smooth take off.  “The following are very important: As a subscriber, you can port (change) to another operator. However, you will be restricted from porting (changing) your number to a third operator within 90 days of a previous port; you can port your number as many times as you like in a given year. This means there is a 90-day restriction before your next port”, he said.
Expectations from subscribers
Just like it used to happen in SIM swap at the early days of GSM in the country, subscribers may port the numbers of  other people for no genuine reasons and to forestall this, Juwah said subscribers would be  required to submit certain documents. “To move your number to a new mobile operator, you need to bring proof of identity such as identity card, passport or driving licence or an officially-validated photographic identity document. Also, the mobile number you wish to port must be validly registered.”
He also gave hints that subscribers can port their numbers at any customer care office, retail shop or outlet of their chosen new service provider and meet with the authorized sales person to request to port their number.
He also informed the subscribers that porting is not available by telephone, online or other electronic means.
Meanwhile, subscribers wishing to change their operators to a preferred network are expected to terminate service with their existing service provider before initiating porting with the new service provider.
In Nigeria’s model of porting, Juwah said that both post-paid and pre-paid customers will be able to port their numbers but however, added that once the porting process is complete, postpaid customers are required to settle their outstanding bills to their previous service provider including any early termination fees.
He also warned that old service providers are permitted to use any legal measures to recover any outstanding charges from a subscriber.
Operators ready
Meanwhile, in compliance with the directive by NCC that all mobile operators be ready for the commencement of the exercise today, almost all the mobile operators in the country have expressed readiness to fall in line with the MNP from take off.
The Second National Operator, Glo, says it was fully set to activate the MNP in its system. Glo said it was fully ready to begin the implementation of mobile number. The operator said it was set in terms of system readiness, process readiness and operational readiness for the smooth takeoff of mobile number portability.
Group Operating Officer of the company, Mr Mohammed Jameel, said that “in terms of system readiness, Glo has completed the procurement and implementation of the network signal routing system (STP) and the porting process or gateway management system which is the first to be commissioned in the country and now completely ready for MNP service. The upgrade and customization of the network systems, the IT systems, the billing systems that will handle mediation and fraud management and the value added systems (VAS) have also been completed”.
Jameel added that the company‘s technical and operational teams had worked assiduously to ensure that the network is in a perfect state of preparedness to enable a smooth transition for those who are interested in porting on the Glo network.
“We put in place a functional number portability gateway (NPG) and the first to ensure an all-call query signal transport point (STP) system which are major technical requirements for the successful take-off of mobile number portability on any network”, he said.
Jameel explained that in the area of process readiness, Glo’s internal processes have also been reviewed and aligned with the process and business rule guidelines released by the NCC. He added that Glo’s operational readiness currently stands at 100 per cent as awareness training for staff, operational/user training and system administration training have already been completed.
Jameel also disclosed that a series of tests on the massive network upgrade done by the company has been conducted by Huawei and ALU and an enterprise wide dry run to fine-tune the smooth running of the entire system. This is even as he disclosed that a dedicated MNP team has been trained and assigned to the day-to-day running of the MNP operation right from the Nigerian streets to the engine rooms in all of the network’s data centres.
MTN too
Also, MTN Nigeria at the weekend also expressed its readiness to flow with the NCC as the MNP takes off today.
MTN’s Corporate Services Executive, Akinwale Goodluck, said the company has put systems in place to make MNP a reality for mobile phone users in Nigeria who are eager to join the country’s most expansive network.
“We have made all the necessary investment in infrastructure and manpower to make MNP a reality. We are confident that at the commencement date, we will be absolutely ready. “ Goodluck added
Etisalat expresses  optimism
Etisalat said it has been known as having long canvassed for the system arguing that it would benefit it more than ever before. The operator had long informed that whether scheduled or impromptu, it was ready to adapt and adopt the MNP system because it had already made investments ready for the implementation. It has repeatedly claimed not to have any fear for Mobile Number Portability.
Source: Vanguard

Saturday, April 20, 2013


A Nigerian family was puzzled when the coffin of their dead mother arrived from the US . It was sent by one of her daughters. The dead body was so tightly squeezed inside the coffin that the face touched the glass lid!
When they opened the lid, they found a letter on top, which read as follows:

"Dear brothers & sisters, I am sending our mother's body to you for burial, since it has always been her wish to be buried in the compound of our ancestral home in Nigeria.

Sorry I could NOT come along as I have been denied leave at work since we are short staffed this month.
You will find inside the coffin, under mama's body:
12 x cans, canned fish,
10 x packets of Royco soup &
8 x tins of hot chocolate.
Please divide these among yourselves.

On mama's feet, you will find: a new pair of Reebok shoes size 9 for Sunday's eldest son. Also, there are 2 pairs of shoes for Emily's & Patience's daughters. I hope the sizes are correct.

Mama is wearing 6 American T-shirts. The large size is for Josiah & the others are for my nephews. The 2 new £evi's jeans that mama is wearing are for the boys. The Swiss watch that Rhema wanted for her 21st birthday is on mama's left wrist. Aunt Shamma, mama is wearing the necklace, earrings & the ring that
you asked for; please take them.

The 6 white cotton socks that mama is wearing must be divided among my teenage nephews.
Please distribute all these accordingly and if anything more is required, let me know.CHEERS

Friday, April 19, 2013

MTN Pulse re-defines passion with an online campaign & prizes for Tweeted images

Telecommunications most patronised youth offering, MTN Pulse, is set to activate its online campaign, today, in a bid to delight its over 7 million youth community, across Nigeria. The platform will give youths the opportunity to explore their freedom and share images of their passionate, fun-filled and pulsating moments with friends, via the social networks, like tweeter, to have a chance to win fabulous prizes. 

With designated locations in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Calabar, set to have a feel of the pulsating moments, every Nigerian youth will also have the chance to tweet the pictures of their best grooving moments.
The procedure is simple. To be part of the online gig with coolest ‘peeps’ in Nigeria today from 10pm, simply follow on Twitter @MTNNG and Facebook, MTN LoadedNG. Also to have a chance to win fabulous prizes, tweet and post a picture of yourself, wherever or however you are having fun and tag us. 

However, the tweeted image must end with #OnaPulsingP. The tweeted or posted picture with highest number of retweets or Facebook ‘likes’ will win an MTN BBZ10 and lots of other fantastic consolation prizes to go. 

Speaking, at an event to kick-start the campaign, Kola Oyeyemi, the General Manager, Consumer Marketing, MTN, stated that “MTN is offering the youth a package that, effectively, fits into their lifestyle, provides them an opportunity to freely express themselves and enjoy lively and endless fun, while socialising, in a trendy way,” 

It is on record that MTN Pulse has been the preferred choice for Nigerian youths since it was launched in 2012. The offering gives subscribers access to free weekly data for endless chat with friends and to browse the internet on mobile phones. It also offers a cheap call rate at 8.34Kobo per second.

However, MTN, Africa’s largest telecommunications network provider, is cementing its position as the number one telecommunications service provider, in Nigeria, as well as the most consumer-sensitive company in the industry. MTN Pulse, therefore, is one of the company’s ways of taking consumers to the ‘new world’ in the 21st century.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

BlackBerry (BIS) Subscription Plans and codes in Nigeria

There are different prices and codes of BlackBerry services across various networks in Nigeria. The well known BIS (BlackBerry Internet services) and BES (BlackBerry Complete) services are BB services targeted for specific purpose such as social media or messaging.

The main difference between them both is that BlackBerry Complete features limits browsing unlike BIS which comes with unlimited internet browsing. With BlackBerry Complete Bundle you can create and use only one blackberry email address, integrate and use only one third party email account like GMail or Yahoo. In other words, if you need to receive emails from more than one source on your phone, you should go for BIS.

Etisalat Nigeria 

30-day bundles (monthly plan):
Etisalat BlackBerry Complete – N1,500 (*499*3#)
Etisalat BlackBerry Social Monthly - N1,300 (dial *499*2#)
Etisalat BlackBerry Unlimited BIS Monthly - N3,000 (dial *399*1#)
Etisalat BES Monthly - N6,000

7-day bundles (weekly plan):
Etisalat BlackBerry Complete – N500 (*499*3*1#)
Etisalat BB Social Weekly - N400 (dial *499*2*1#)
Etisalat BlackBerry BIS Weekly - N1,000 (dial *399*6#)

24 hours BlackBerry Access (daily plan)
Etisalat BlackBerry Complete Daily - *299*3*2# - N100
Etisalat BB Social Daily - N100 (dial *499*2*2#)
Etisalat BlackBerry BIS Daily - N250 (dial *499*5#) 

Globacom Nigeria 

30-day bundles (Monthly plan):
Glo BlackBerry BES Month – N4,200 (text 'BESMONTH' to 777)
Glo BlackBerry BIS Complete Month – N1,400 (text 'COMONTH' to 777) data allowance 3GB
Glo Blackberry Social Monthly - N1,200 (send 'SOMonth' to 777)
Glo BlackBerry Unlimited BIS Month – N2,800 (text 'BISMONTH' to 777)

7-day bundles (weekly plan):
Glo BlackBerry BIS Complete Week – N400 (text 'CoWEEK' to 777) data allowance 1GB
Glo Blackberry Social Weekly - N400 (send 'SOWeek' to 777)
Glo BlackBerry BIS Week – N900 (text 'BISWEEK' to 777)
Glo BES Week - N1,400 (Send 'BESWEEK' to 777)

24 hours BlackBerry Access (daily plan):
Glo BlackBerry BIS Complete Day – N100 (text 'CoDAY' to 777) data allowance 100MB
Glo Blackberry Social Daily - N100 (send 'SODay' to 777)
Glo BlackBerry BIS Day – N300 (text 'BISDAY' to 777)
Glo BES Day - N350 (Send 'BESDAY' to 777)

Airtel Nigeria 

30-day bundles (monthly plan):
Airtel BlackBerry Complete – N1,400 (Send BCM to 444)
Airtel Social Plan – N1,200 (Send BSM to 444)
Airtel BlackBerry Unlimited BIS Month – N3,000 (Send BISMONTH to 444)

7-day bundles (weekly plan):
Airtel BlackBerry Complete – N400 (Send BCW to 444)
Airtel BlackBerry BIS Week – N1,000 (Send BISWEEK to 444)

24 hours BlackBerry Access (daily plan)
Airtel BlackBerry Complete Daily - Send BCD to 444 - N100
Airtel BlackBerry BIS Day - (24 hours) – N200 (Send BISDAY to 444)


BIS Unlimited (Quarterly Plan) 90 days - N8,000 (send 'BBQ' to 21600)
MTN Blackberry Complete (monthly plan) - N1,000 (send 'BBC' to 21600)
BIS Unlimited (Monthly Plan) _ N1,500 (send BIS to 21600)
BIS Complete (Weekly plan) - N500 (send BBCWEEK to 21600)


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Monday, April 15, 2013

How To Delete A Gmail Account

1, Navigate up to your email ddress in the top right corner of the screen and give it a click. In the popup menu that appears, click on “Account.”

2. On the Accounts page, you are presented with information related to your broader Google
account rather than Gmail settings. From here you will go to the left navigation pane and click on “Products.”

3. You will then be presented by a page listing all of the Google products that are associated with your account. What you are looking for is the small “Edit” option tucked away next to “Your Products.”

4. The next screen presents you with a list of options. The options change depending on how many services you have associated with your account. Nevertheless, there are two choices in particular you want to look for depending on if you want to delete a specific Gmail
address or if you want to delete
your entire Google account.

Usually when you create a new Gmail address, you are given a new Google account to go with it. If you have an old account that you never really used, you may be better off deleting the entire Google account. If you have many addresses all linked to one primary account, then
you should make sure to just to
delete the specific address that you no longer want.

If you only want to delete a specific Gmail address, click “Remove Gmail permanently” and proceed to Step 5a. If you want to delete your entire
Google account, select “Close

account and delete all services and info associated with it” and skip to Step 5b.

5a. Read the next screen carefully. As Google says, it is not the usual yada yada. Once you are done reading, select the check box confirming that you want to permanently delete your Gmail address. Then select the box below and provide a new primary Gmail address to associate with your Google account. Provide your current password, click “Remove
Gmail,” and viola! You are done.

5b. Read this screen carefully.
Deleting a Google account can be a big deal, especially if all you want to do is delete a specific Gmail address. If you are certain you want to remove your entire Google account, click the check boxes next to every Google service you wish to stop using. This shows Google that
you are serious. Google still does not believe you are sure, so type in your current password, then select the checkbox below confirming that
yes, you are sure you know what you are doing. But are you really sure? If yes, select the final checkbox confirming that you are still responsible for any pending charges that may be associated with your account. Between the Play Store and Google Drive storage, Google Wallet handles a lot of money these days. Click “Delete Google Account” and you are done.

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

[Fix] Windows 7 Boot Screen Changed to Vista Style

Its a very annoying and common problem in Windows 7. After getting numerous e-mails about this problem, i decided to post this solution.
As we all know Windows 7 contains a new animated boot screen which shows animated items/balls that come together to form Windows logo.

Sometimes it starts showing the old Vista styled boot screen which contains only a green progressbar with black background.
Most of the time it happens when a user tries to repair the boot loader or adds a new entry for Windows 7.
If you are also facing this problem, then here is a very simple and working solution for you:
1. Boot into Windows 7 and click on "Start button -> All Programs -> Accessories". Now right-click on "Command Prompt" and select "Run As Administrator". If you are prompted to enter password, enter the password and continue. You can also open Command Prompt in Administrator mode by typing "cmd" in Start Menu Search box and press "Ctrl+Shift+Enter".
2. Now provide following command:
bcdedit /set {current} locale en-US
The above command is for English version of Windows, if you are using some other language version, then change "en-US" to your own locale.
3. Exit Command Prompt and restart your system. Now the new animated Windows 7 boot screen should be back in action.
NOTE: If the above method doesn't work for you, provide following command again using Command Prompt:
bcdboot %WinDir% /l en-US
And restart your system. It'll work now.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

MTN NG New Data Rollover & Auto-renewal.

Now with Data Rollover & Auto-renewal.
Whether you are an occasional, regular or heavy user, MTN has a data plan that suits your lifestyle. Once you have identified the prepaid bundle plan that best suits you, simply text the migration code  for the plan to 131 or select your preferred bundle from the Fastlink user interface and you will be switched immediately to the bundle plan of your choice and the corresponding activation fee deducted from your account. You will also receive an sms message on your phone or laptop confirming successful bundle activation.
Data Rollover: Now you can rollover your unused internet data to the next month subscription. All you have to do is ensure that you auto-renew your data subscription before it expires and your unused data is automatically moved to the next month.
Note that data rollover feature is only applicable to monthly plans.
MTN Data Gifting: Data Gifting service allows you to send a data bundle to your friends and loved ones, by simply paying for the data bundle on behalf of the person. Data Gifting can also be used to send data to your other smartphones, modems and iPad.
How to send Data as a Gift Plan:
Option 1 (SMS):
  • 1. Register for the Data Gifting service by sending keyword REG to 131; you will receive a unique authentication PIN
  • 2. Text key word "GIFT [MSISDN][Data Bundle Code][PIN] to 131. E.g Gift 0803xxxxxxxx 106 0000.
    Where 106 is the code of 100MB monthly plan and 0000 is your PIN"
Option 2 (USSD):
  • Dial *131# and follow the menu
This allows you to enjoy un-interrupted data access on your phone or tablet. Your active data bundle will be automatically renewed at the end of the validity period. In case you exhaust your data bundle before the validity date, you will receive a notification advising you to activate a new data plan or continue at pay as you go rate (5k/sec).


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