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Visafone now offers a wide range of mobile phones to meet the need and taste of mobile communication services consumers in Nigeria. Whether you desire a cheap, stylish or a fashionable phone, you will always find a handset to pick.

What we have done here is to provide you with prices and features of these mobile phones as published by Visafone in their public campaigns.

Visafone offers one of the most competitive telecommunications tariffs in Nigeria with an on-net (Visafone to Visafone) rate of 28 kobo/second peak and 16k/sec off peak for their entry level package brilliantly called the Visa Entree.

Call rates on the Visafone network can be as low as N6.00/min (or 10kobo/sec) peak or N5.00/minute (or 8 kobo/sec) off peak for the Visa World which requires a N500 monthly rental.

Visafone rates to other off-net (Visafone to other networks) is also very competitive with rates of 32 kobo/sec peak and 30 kobo/sec off peak for calls to other CDMA networks. Visafone charges 67 kobo/sec peak and 53 kobo/sec for calls to GSM networks. Rates are for Visa Entree.

Visafone has one of the cheapest international call rates to the US. International calls heading to fixed lines in America costs N12.00/minute. International calls to mobile networks in the US costs N15.00/minutes. International calls to the UK is not fairing badly at N15/minute to fixes lines and N30/minute to mobile lines.

Visafone charges N15.00 per minute for international calls heading to Canada.

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If you love text messaging (SMS), Visafone provides cheap SMS at N5.00 on-net, N10.00 off-net and N15.00 for international text messaging.

For details of all options available, visit Visafone tariffs page.

Visafone is also strong in internet services. Therefore, if you are thinking about connecting your home or office to the internet you should think Visafone. If also need mobile internet, think Visafone as well. Visafone internet packages are priced very competitively.

With Visafone, you can go for moderate speed CDMA 1X or high-speed EVDO.

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By now, you should be wondering how you could join the Visafone network. Well, just buy any of these mobile phones. We have included the prices and key features. You can enjoy Visafone internet with an internet-enabled mobile phone with data cable or a Visafone data card.

Fashionable Handsets from Visafone

If you are looking for handsets that are classy as well as have great computing capability or you are a mobile worker and want to have access to all your data anywhere or everywhere then choose any of these Visafone smart phones.

Motorola Moto Q

    • Push n pull email


    • 2.4” 320 x 240 colour display


    • Dual band (800 and 1900 MHz) CDMA-1x and EVDO


    • Bluetooth


    • Windows mobile 2005 OS


    • 1.3 megapixel camera


    • 128MB internal memory


    • Price: N61,999


Nokia 6275

    • 1x downlink data speed of up to 153.8 kbps


    • 282k colour display (realistic images)


    • Dual band (800 and 1900 MHz) CDMA-1x


    • Bluetooth


    • Video recorder


    • 2.0 megapixel camera (great picture possibilities)


    • music player


    • FM radio


    • 3-6 hours talk time


    • Price: N24,999


Delta CK Music

    • 1x downlink data speed of up to 153.8 kbps


    • mp3 music player


    • SD memory up to 2GB (listen to music till you drop)


    • Bluetooth and Java


    • FM radio


    • 2.0 megapixel camera (great picture possibilities)


    • 2-3 hours talk time


    • Price: N17,999


Stylish handsets from Visafone

Visafone also offer stylish mobile phones at affordable prices. Pick any of these phones if you find Visafone classy handsets a bit out of reach or just too expensive.

Huawei C2860

    • 1x downlink data speed of up to 153.8 kbps


    • 500 contacts phone book


    • SD 262k colour display


    • FM radio


    • 3-4 hours talk time


    • Price: N7,999


Haier D200

    • 1x downlink data speed of up to 153.8 kbps


    • 1.8” 65k colour display


    • + N1,000 airtime


    • 3 hours talk time


    • Price: 4,499 Naira


Nokia 2505

    • Two way handsfree speakerphone


    • Torchlight


    • FM radio


    • standby time 4-8 days


    • 3-5 hours talk time


    • Price: N6,499


Huawei C2299

    • 65k colour display


    • 12 chord polyphonic ringtones


    • 3-5 hours talk time


    • Price: N7,499


Nokia 1265

    • 80 seconds voice recorder


    • handsfree speaker


    • 3-5 hours talk time


    • Price: N3,499


Cheap/pocket friendly Handsets from Visafone

If you are looking for budget colour-display mobile phone or you are looking for some of the cheapest handsets in Nigeria then you should go for any of these cheap Visafone phones. They all cost less than N2,999 each. Cheapest Visafone handset is priced at 1,999 Naira. The 2,999 Naira Visafone handset comes with speaker, colour screen, FM radio and so on.

Haier C2001

    • FM radio


    • 65k colour display


    • 32 chord polyphonic ringtones


    • 2-3 hours talk time


    • Price: N2,499


Huawei C2802

    • standby time 3-6 days


    • 65k colour display


    • 32 chord polyphonic ringtones


    • very good talk time


    • Price: N2,399


Haier C2001

    • FM radio


    • 65k colour screen


    • long talk time


    • Price: N2,399


For more information on any or all of these handset models visit Visafone website at www.visafone.com.ng.

You will find our Visafone shop page useful when looking for shops where you could buy Visafone products.

You can also contact Visafone customer care on 333 with Visafone handset and 07025000000 from other network.

You will find our Visafone shop page useful when looking for shops where you could buy Visafone products.

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