Not Cool! Airtel Discontinues Weekend Plan 1GB for #100

This is heartbreaking, sad and disheartening as Airtel Nigeria Discontinue their weekend plan which has been the cheapest and the first ever weekend plan to stay longer than expected after almost a year Plus. This plan was specially made for users who loves to stream and download during weekends (Fridays to Sundays). It has been a very Good data plan and as much as 1GB for Just #100. The most juicy part of the story which I felt why the discontinuation of this weekend plan may be painful is because it Accumulate unused data till the following weekend, that means you don't need to finish the data @11:59P.m WAT.

So much will be missed about Airtel Weekend Plan, Although Most Airtek users are Not Eligible for this plan especially on New Sims. Well some will Say 'fine, after all I never enjoyed it for a day'. Well it has come and Go and those who will miss it will miss it. It was said to be launched in November 2015 and it has Ended in this Month of March.

Here is the Error Message You will Receive after dialling *474*1#

This plan has been discontinued, dial *141# to select from our bouquet of data plans specially designed for you".

What is the way forward! How Do we continue to Surf and Download on even after the Discontinuation of Airtel weekend Plan?

Alternative solution is the Airtel MidNight Plan (Read More) and what do you feel? Give us your own opinion.

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