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Spectranet Limited is a telecommunications company that provides internet service to users at very affordable prices. The company prides itself as the first Internet service provider in Nigeria to launch the 4G LTE internet service.

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Spectranet internet services are currently limited to just four cities in Nigeria; Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and Port-Harcourt with their head office located at Plot 36B, Mobolaji Johnson Avenue Oregun Industrial Estate Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Having been around for close to a decade, Spectranet is one of the most reliable internet service providers in Nigeria offering high-speed internet connectivity and a wide-range of data plans at affordable costs for people of different income levels.

This article will allow us gain insight on the various data plans offered by Spectranet, their validity, prices and how we can subscribe to enjoy access to our preferred bundle.

Spectranet Data Plans, Prices and Validity

Unified Value 4GB

  • Price – N3000
  • Volume – 8GB (4GB Anytime + 4GB Night Bonus)
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value 5GB

  • Price – N3500
  • Volume – 10GB (5GB Anytime + 5GB Night Bonus)
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value 7GB

  • Price – N5000
  • Volume – 14GB (7GB Anytime + 7GB Night Bonus)
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value 12GB

  • Price – N6000
  • Volume – 24GB (12GB Anytime + 12GB Night Bonus)
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value 15GB

  • Price – N7000
  • Volume – 30GB (15GB Anytime + 15GB Night Bonus)
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value Nite 20GB

  • Price – N7,500
  • Volume – 20GB
  • Duration: One month
  • 7pm – 7am Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Unified Value Nite 40GB

  • Price – N11,000
  • Volume – 40GB
  • Duration: One month
  • 7pm – 7am Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Mega Value 25GB

  • Price – N10,000
  • Volume – 20GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Mega Value 40GB

  • Price – N12,500
  • Volume – 40GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Mega Value 60GB

  • Price – N15,000
  • Volume – 60GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable

Always On 50GB

  • Price – N13,000
  • Volume – 50GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: 512 kbps speed after 50GB – Abuja only.

Always On 100GB

  • Price – N18,000
  • Volume – 100GB
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: 512 kbps speed after 100GB.

Always On 100GB

  • Price – N19,500
  • Volume – 100GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: 512 kbps speed after 100GB.

Always On 200GB

  • Price – N37,500
  • Volume – 200GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: 512 kbps speed after 200GB.

Always On 300GB

  • Price – N55,500
  • Volume – 300GB anytime data + free unlimited night browsing
  • Duration: One month
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: 512 kbps speed after 300GB.

Weekly 15GB

  • Price – N4,000
  • Volume – 15GB (6GB anytime data + 9GB bonus).
  • Duration: One week
  • 24/7 Access
  • Speed: Unlimited Burstable.

Top Up 1GB

  • Price – N500
  • Volume – 1GB
  • Duration: Same as base plan
  • 24/7 Access

Top Up 2GB

  • Price – N1,000
  • Volume – 2GB
  • Duration: Same as base plan
  • 24/7 Access

Top Up 5GB

  • Price – N2,500
  • Volume – 5GB
  • Duration: Same as base plan
  • 24/7 Access

Top Up 10GB

  • Price – N4,000
  • Volume – 10GB
  • Duration: Same as base plan
  • 24/7 Access

N/B

  • Free unlimited night browsing is between 1am – 7am
  • Night bonus browsing is between 1am – 7am
  • 24 hours access on all Unified Value Nite plans during weekend and public holidays.
  • Bonus data cannot be rolled over.

How to Subscribe to Spectranet Data Plans?

You can subscribe to any Spectranet data plan of your choice via the following payment channels;

  • In person: You can pay at any Spectranet shop or channel partner near you. To locate a shop or channel partner, click the link
  • Via Selfcare: Login to your Spectranet account online to pay via selfcare.
  • Online channels: Spectranet supports payments from online payment options like Quickteller, Paga, Jumia Pay.
  • Recharge voucher: Recharge vouchers can be purchased from channel partners. Click this link to see where you can locate Spectranet channel partners.
  • Bank transfer: You can make payment to any of Spectranet’s bank account as listed here. Provide a scan of payment teller or screenshot of a successful transfer as proof to care@spectranet.com.ng for your account to be credited.

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