MTN Data plans are too expensive – See alternative



STOP!!!
READ this short message before you take that soft drink. It's all about MTNDATA
November 1st 2017 Data splash!!!.

3 years now and still counting...You have trust in us not because we sell to you on credit or because our data last longer than direct MTN.
We wish to say a big thank you for always recommending us here and there to your friend and family. And also for providing food on our table via your patronages
Our MTN 3month data bundle validity still remain intact. [1gb => 550, 2gb => 1,100, 3gb => 1,650, 4gb => 2,200, 5gb => 2750 etc.]
NOTE: Above prices only applicable for Bank Payment: [ Account Name: Adebisi Ayodeji A., Accoun No.: (0151502902 GTBank) | (3045748645 First Bank) ]

Offer valid till 31st, January 2018.

Thanks from: MTNDATA CEO

Having any complaint/question, kindly click here to contact us on Whatsapp/Call: 08068930609. Telegram handle: @mtndata Thank you!.
Showing posts with label Nigeria Poster Code. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nigeria Poster Code. Show all posts

Postal/Zip Code for Nigeria States and Cities

One of the main reasons why letters and goods are not delivered to their right destinations is that they are tagged with the wrong postal codes.

Most Nigerians don't really know their area postal codes, and this is always required when filling online applications.

Nigeria Postal codes consist of six digit numbers.  Nigeria is divided into nine regions by the Nigerian Postal Service.  The first digit of the code represents the region while the second and the third digits combined with the first are the dispatch district for outgoing sorting.

Each main postal head office in every region has a postal code that ends with 00001.  For instance, Garki main Head Office in Abuja postal code is 970001, Ikeja main Head Office in Lagos postal code is 100001, Lokoja in Kogi postal code is 270001 and Port Harcourt postal code is 500001.

Please note that no single postal code works for all areas within Nigeria.  (So, if you've always thought 23401 or 110001 applies to the whole country, you're wrong.)  In other words, postal codes vary for each city and even locality within Nigeria as stated above.
To get the right postal code for your location, use the Nigerian number one postal service postcode system NIPOST OFFICIAL PORTAL (over at www.nigeriapostcodes.com), which provides you the correct postal code after requesting for your state, town, area, and locality.  This is by far the most reliable online resource for finding the correct postcodes for areas within Nigeria.

Random Posts