As Nigeria tilts toward technology, the need for fast internet networks and unlimited data plans increases. The inability of the available internet service providers to buckle up is one of the major challenges affecting the sector.
This drawback impacts other sectors that use data for their daily deliverables. In the first quarter of 2022, Nigeria recorded more than 109.2 million internet users with 51% internet penetration. This grew by 4.6% (4.8 million) between 2021 and 2022. This increase indicates how the internet drives other sectors in Nigeria and the world at large.
However, due to poor and high data plans, needs are not being met, and users are affected. Here are some Nigeria Internet Networks with Unlimited Plans in 2022.
Though not available in every state in Nigeria, it is one of the internet service providers with unlimited data plans. The network is present in Lagos, Abuja, and Port-Harcourt. Due to its limited coverage, the company plans to cover more cities.
Currently, NTEL has a daily unlimited subscription plan of N1,500 for 10gig. This is for two days. For an unlimited weekly package, you pay N5,200 for 40gigs. This is followed by an unlimited family package of 150 gigs monthly at N18500.
On the other hand, the unlimited exclusive is for people that consume heavy data. With N25,000, you have access to it for a month.
For three months of the uninterrupted internet network, go for the unlimited 90. With N51,000, you enjoy 450gig internet access for ninety days.
FiberOne is the largest fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) internet service provider, changing Nigeria’s narrative of last-mile Internet. It gives you access to quality internet speed irrespective of your data plan.
Smile Communications offers mobile broadband in African countries like Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda. It also has one of the best-unlimited data bundles and internet speed.
In Nigeria, it is available in states such as Lagos, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Abuja, Benin City, Kaduna, Onitsha and Asaba with different unlimited data plans. It ranges from N300 daily data to N120,000 yearly plans.
Spectranet is considered one of the oldest internet providers in Nigeria. Last year, Spectranet was the leading internet service provider in Nigeria. In the first quarter of 2021, it recorded over 248,000 active subscribers in Nigeria. Its network covers Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan, and Port-Harcourt.
Its data plan is in seven levels. The Booster plans is the cheapest starting from N300. This is followed by mini plans, long validity, unlimited plans, doMORE plans, Ukulele+ plans, and Kulele plans.
It is the first African Internet service provider to sign up with the Ka-band satellite operator Yahsat. Coollink is present in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano and Onitsha. It offers different services, one of which is the Konnect package.
The company also offers different packages of unlimited plans, ranging from unlimited 20 for N6,900 to unlimited VIP 2 for N109,900.