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Surfline Data Bundles: Price, Validity Period And More

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If you want to use surfline, you must be thinking of how their data bundles cost and how long it will last you. Surfline data bundles come in the packages such as surfplus, video and unlimited Bundles below are the prices and their validity periods. 

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Surfplus Bundles

From 1.5 GB which costs GHC20 to 100 GB which costs GHC 299, Surfplus bundles suite the needs of the everyday internet user. If you like to use your internet for various purposes, try any of these.

Bundle Validity(Days) Price(GHS)
1.5GB 15 20
5GB 30 35
12GB 30 75
25GB 30 140
50GB 60 250
100GB 90 39

Video Bundle

This is uniquely made for people who enjoy to use their internet for streaming videos online via Netflix, SuperSport, Box Office and DStv at a price of GHS 99 only for 25GB.

Unlimited Bundles

If you don’t think you can have enough of the 4G experience with surfline, why don’t you go for the unlimited offer. It comes with Terms and Conditions

Internet Package   Price(GHS)   Validity(Days)
Unlimited 299 30
Unlimited Night 99 30

To Purchase a Surfline data bundle:

  • Dial *718*77# to access the USSD menu
  • Type 3 to select the purchase bundle option
  • Enter your Surfline number
  • Select your preferred bundle category
  • Select your preferred bundle
  • Wait for a message confirming your bundle purchase.

You can access the Surfline Short Code (USSD) services using any of the existing networks namely – Tigo, MTN, Airtel and Vodafone. Glo and Expresso are currently not functional.

Alternatively, you can visit any Surfline Shop around you,  use the surfline customer portal, purchase from authorized dealers or purchase online using myghpay, Hubtel, Slydepay, and Expresspay.

Source : Jbklutse

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