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List of all Spectranet data plans in Nigeria (Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan).

Spectranet is a 4G LTE internet provider in Nigeria. This ISP offers the cheapest data plans (as at the time of writing) when compared with Smile 4G and Swift 4G networks.

To use Spectranet, you would have to find out if they are available in your state. Currently, they are only situated in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, and Ibadan. The next step would be to purchase the licensed WiFi device (usually by Huawei) from one of the Spectranet authorised partners / offices in your area.

The spectranet internet plans listed in this post are for Lagos. To see the list of data plans in other states, use the links below:

Spectranet Plans In Lagos
Spectranet Plans In Port Harcourt
Spectranet Plans In Ibadan

List Of Spectranet Data Plans In Lagos State

24x7 Plans

Plan NameValidityData Allowance (GB)Access PeriodPrice
Excess Neo 400030 Days5GBAll DayN4,000
Excess value 700030 Days20GBAll DayN7,000
Excess Smart 1200030 Days40GBAll DayN12,000
Excess Smart 1450030 Days50GBAll DayN14,500
Excess Smart 1950030 Days70GBAll DayN19,500

Night Plans

Plan NameValidityData Allowance (GB)Access PeriodPrice
Knight 400030 Days20GB6PM to 8AM (see note below)N4,000
Knight 600030 Days40GB6PM to 8AMN6,000
Knight 800030 Days55GB5PM to 9AMN8,000
Knight Cine 400030 Days40GB10PM to 8AMN4,000
Knight Cine 500030 Days50GB10PM to 8AMN5,000
Note: All night plans are 'All Day' (24 hours) on weekends and public holidays.

Business Data Plans

Plan NameValidityData Allowance (GB)Access PeriodPrice
Excess Premium30 Days120GBAll DayN45,000

Top-Up (Extra Data)

Plan NameValidityData Allowance (GB)Access PeriodPrice
Easy Top-upAs per bundle1GBAs per bundleN500
Note: Top-up can only be used when you run out of data on your active plan. You cannot use the top-up service after your plan has expired.

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