How to Borrow Credit from Airtel

Just as the Airtel Please Call Me Back code could be a lifesaver, the Airtel Extra Credit Code could be a lifesaver, too. Circumstances come whereby it might be practically impossible to buy airtime from the bank or buy the paper card from the street; therefore, it is important to know how to borrow credit from Airtel.

The Airtel Extra Credit code is a value-added service designed to help prepaid customers that are in an emergency and need credit. This post will show you how to borrow credit from Airtel.

How to Borrow Credit from Airtel

Airtel Extra Credit Code: How to Borrow Credit from Airtel

Before you can use the Airtel Extra Credit Code to borrow credit from Airtel, you must meet two requirements. First, you must be an Airtel prepaid subscriber; second, you must have owned and actively used and recharged your Airtel SIM card for at least three months.

If you already meet these requirements, then you are good to go.

How to Borrow Credit from Airtel

Based on the time you have spent being an Airtel prepaid subscriber (in months), the amount of airtime you can borrow is preset. The borrowable amounts with the Airtel Extra Credit Code are in ₦25, ₦50, ₦100, ₦200, and ₦500.

Below are the steps on how to borrow credit from Airtel using the Airtel Extra Credit code.

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The shortcode for borrowing the airtime is *500#, so dial

*500*25# to borrow ₦25

*500*50# to borrow ₦50

*500*100# to borrow ₦100

*500*200# to borrow ₦200

*500*500# to borrow ₦500

Note: Everytime you follow the above steps on how to borrow credit from Airtel, you would get charged for a 15% service charge. This means if you borrow ₦50, you get ₦42.5; if you borrow ₦100, you get ₦85, like that, like that.

How to Borrow Airtime from Airtel without Paying Back?

If you are among the people looking for how to borrow airtime from airtel without paying back, I am sorry to break your heart and announce to you that no way to do that – unless you discard the SIM after borrowing the money. So if you would still be using the Airtel SIM in the future, then you must pay back the money you borrowed.

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Paying back the borrowed money doesn’t require any effort from you other than you credit your SIM card, and the machine takes back the money to repay the credit.

That’s how to borrow airtime from Airtel using Airtel Extra Credit code.

My usual advice about borrowing credit from any ISP is that you shouldn’t borrow from them; the service charge isn’t encouraging – 15% of the borrowed credit is too much! Only borrow airtime when borrowing is your last hope.

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