Sliide Airtime, a privately-held technology company with focus on lowering the cost of mobile broadband for Nigerians is offering Free ₦ airtime to Android smartphone users through the Sliime application.
With offices in Lagos and London, Sliide Airtime shows your favourite news and gist on your smartphone lock screen, and rewards you each month with free ₦ airtime just for using your phone.
Sliide Airtime believes that with services like WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Eskimi all growing in popularity in Nigeria, there is an increasing need to find new ways to help Nigerians pay for internet access.
How To Earn Free ₦ airtime on Sliide Airtime App
Android users can earn NGN100 free airtime just for downloading the Sliide Airtime app from the Google Play Store, and more airtime every month for keeping Sliide Airtime on the phone.
In addition, users can earn an extra NGN100 for every friend they introduce to Sliide Airtime – and their friends will also earn NGN100 each. The service can be downloaded from sliideairtime.
Download the app, enter the code RUBIZTECH during sign up, and you will get 100N free airtime, just for downloading it.
After entering information about age and interests (for example: business, celebrity, football, style, music), users will receive personalized content when unlocking their phone, including news and stories handpicked from media sources both in and beyond Nigeria, and updated 24/7/365.
How to Accumulate More Free ₦ airtime on Sliide Airtime App
After registering as instructed above on the Sliide Airtime App, click on the link invite friends to join and both get ₦100 free airtime located at the bottom of the app, edit your username as desired and share your referrer code with friends.
More About Sliide Airtime
Sliide Airtime’s CEO and co-founder, Corbyn Munnik was born in South Africa and reached Lagos via a childhood in Botswana.
“For most people living in Nigeria, it’s really expensive to get online using your phone and I found I was spending more and more each month. So I decided to find a way to make it cheaper – both for myself and for my friends and family. Our service is non-intrusive – not only do people get free airtime but they are also sent content which will be interesting and useful,” he said.
Corbyn is able to provide free airtime to Sliide Airtime users by sending occasional non-intrusive adverts and branded content pieces.
Prior to the Nigerian launch, the App has been extensively tested in the UK where the company received financial backing from a number of organisations including UKTI (UK Trade and Investment) and Draper Dark Flow (a Silicon Valley based VC fund for African startups) established by Tim Draper whose venture successes include Skype, Baidu, and Hotmail.
Sliide Airtime expects to expand into South Africa, Ghana and Kenya later in the year