To check your Etisalat data balance on your phone, dial *228# or *232# or text BAL to 228 and you’ll receive a message that contains the data balance.
On the other way, Blackberry smartphone users can dial *399*2# to check their Etisalat (9mobile) BIS data balance. Another way is to check via the official app.
All you have to do is to download the app on either Android or iOS via your phone’s app store. Register with your phone number on the app.
Then, you can either check your 9mobile data balance or check your airtime balance on the app. Etisalat (9mobile) apps allows you to manage your account dashboard.
While the last way to check your data balance, is by calling 9mobile customer care number: 200 or 08090000200. Anyways, downloading the apps has proves to be the best way to check your data balance on 9mobile or Etisalat.
What you should know about Etisalat to 9mobile
Etisalat has been under serious attack from its owed debt. Where CBN and NCC came to rescue the network service provider, even tho banks were rumored to take over the firm.
For starters, Emirates Telecommunications Group Company (Etisalat Group) owed $1.72 billion (about N541.8 billion) obtained in 2015, from major banks in Nigeria. They were also saved again by CBN.
We weren’t sure of what happened but Etisalat decided to leave Nigeria for good, where users start getting 10x bonus of recharge.
After the three weeks, Etisalat left the country and the company changed its brand name to “9Mobile” But things has never been the same, their customers keeps crashing down on every NCC statistics.
When to check data balance?
The best period to check your Etisalat data balance totally depends on your 9mobile data plans. If it is daily plans, then you have to check everyday.
On the other hand, if it is weekly plans, then you have to check it every 3-5days. Then, if it is monthly data plans, then you have to check it every week to know the data balance and actual expiry date.