Now these 4 network providers, MTN, Airtel, Glo and Etisalat will not stop surprising us, as today a particular network will be the fastest for browsing and downloading, tomorrow it will shift hand to other networks.
In similar way the data zapping is; today you will notice that a particular network zaps data; the next day another network will take over.
Now when we say the network that now has the best data deduction rate and does not zap, we don’t mean that the network is the fastest for browsing and downloading, but only that the data burn rate is normal.
I bet it will shock you when you hear of the network that doesn’t zap data currently.
Now before we go ahead to mention it, you might want to know how we get to discover that the said network does not zap data, and we will be glad to tell you that.
Firstly is through the personal experiment recently carried out by subscribing to data plans on the entire networks and using them turn by turn on android device.
Must Read: http://androidtabletgadgets.blogspot.com /2016/08/why-are-you-not-sharing-glo-cheap-and.html" target="_blank">Why are you not sharing the Glo heavy duty data plans to even get them cheaper
Secondly is that when a particular or set of networks zap data, you will surely hear or see people lamenting over them, but when the data deduction is normal on a network, you will hardly hear anybody complaining about it.
Now straight to business, for Etisalat, we cannot vouch for Etisalat network currently on whether it zaps data or not, some will say it zaps, while some will say it does not.
But our personal experience on our recent experiment shows that the data burn rate is quite high, and thus we cannot categorically say that Etisalat does not zap data.
Coming down to Airtel, Airtel has always been the culprit when it comes to data zapping, I don’t think anybody can do anything about them when it comes to data zapping.
Maybe Airtel has vowed that they will continue to zap subscribers’ data to eternity, though we did the http://androidtabletgadgets.blogspot.com /2016/08/get-airtel-6gb-for-n1500-in-latest.html" target="_blank">Airtel new 6GB for N1,500 data plan and noticed that the zapping is quite reduced and does not zap like hell like the former 3GB for N1,500 data plan.
But you might want to say that zapping is zapping regardless of the zapping rate and hence Airtel is not yet free from data zapping, though lately their internet browsing speed truly improved significantly.
Recommended: http://androidtabletgadgets.blogspot.com /2016/08/see-mobile-brower-that-consumes-most.html" target="_blank">See the mobile browser that consumes most amounts of internet data
For MTN, initially everybody can attest that MTN does not zap data and that they have the best data burn rate, but currently the tide is seriously going against them as MTN now zaps data wickedly, periodically and mercilessly.
On our recent experiment with the MTN network with regards to data zapping, we understand that MTN now zaps data with style; for example, they zaps the data periodically from time to time and not necessarily all the time you are using it to browse; maybe today
MTN will zap and tomorrow they will not zap and it goes on like that.
And again if you go around recently, you will easily hear people now complaining more about MTN network on the way it zaps data, which is a clear indication that MTN now truly zaps data.
Then finally and surprisingly, the network that does not zap data at all currently is Glo network; Glo data deduction rate is now perfect and apart from poor network in many areas, you will hardly hear people complaining about Glo data zapping.
And truth be told here, the Glo network in terms of browsing speed has improved greatly down here unlike a month ago when it was a nightmare using Glo network to access the network.
You can use the comment box below to have your say if you of any contrary opinion or additions.