How to transfer Data from one 9mobile number to another – Ogbeta Online

9mobile data transfer

Knowing how to transfer data from one 9mobile to another is a trick that all 9mobile data need to know.

This is very important when you know you can not exhausted your data bundle.

So, sharing your data bundle with another person becomes important.

So that your internet bundle don’t get expired, without you exhausting it.

I recommend you continue to read, because in this blog, I will be showing you how to transfer your 9mobile data to another 9mobile number.

What is Data Transfer

Data transfer is the process of sharing some portion of your data buddle with another person on the same mobile network.

What is 9mobile

Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. (EMTS), trading as ‘9mobile, is a Nigerian private limited liability company.

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EMTS acquired a Unified Access Service License from the Nigerian Communications Commission in 2007.

The License enables EMTS provide Fixed Telephony (wired or wireless), Digital Mobile Services, International Gateway Services and National/Regional Long Distance Services in addition to spectrum assignments in the 900 and 1800 MHz bands.

9mobile rebranding

With a recent name change and rebranding in July 2017, the company launched its new brand identity – 9mobile, with an unveiling of the new name and logo.

The new brand identity reflects the bold and creative attributes
which we share with our valued subscribers especially the vibrant youth segment.

How to transfer data from one 9mobile to another

9mobile allows transfer data from one number to another. The maximum size of data that can transferred at a time is 200MB.

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With a Daily limit of 1000MB or 1GB. This means you can not transfer more than 1GB in a day.

To transfer data from one 9mobile number to another, kindly dial *229*pin*volume of mb*recipient’s number#

Example *229*0000*40*08091234567#.

Note that 0000 is the default pin. You can change your pin to any four digit number of your choice.

If you have any issue, please drop your comment below.

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Oyakhilome Ogbeta is a web developer and networking engineer. Oyakhilome has more than six years' experience in networking. Oyakhilome has a proven track record in networking/web applications deployment.

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