Oops! It appears that you have disabled your Javascript. In order for you to see this page as it is meant to appear, we ask that you please re-enable your Javascript!
How Tos

How To Check Airtel Data Balance

how to check airtel data balance

How do I check Airtel credit data balance? See how to check Airtel data balance below:

Sometimes its so hard to believe majority of Airtel users don’t actually know the code to check Airtel account balance neither do they know the code to check their remaining Mega Byte (MB). Now we are talking of Airtel data balance, only few understand how Airtel telecommunication company works and the internet addict are the ones who could clearly know all the Airtel subscription or inquiry code not those that are not tech addict who will be seen searching for how to check Airtel data balance. Imagine!

However, I have got good news for you as I will be tutoring you today, on how to check Airtel credit data balance. Follow my step-by-step procedures and see you’ll find it really helpful.

Airtel Data Balance – How to Check on Android, iPhone & PC [SMS & USSD Code]

Actually, Airtel sometimes deserves to be sued to court because they do irritate people. How to check airtel data balance changes frequently which is very annoying and irritating.

Now lets see the code to check Airtel data balance below:
USSD CODE:

Data Balance*140#
Airtime & Data Balance*223#
Data Volume Balance*141# >> 6

SMS CODE:
If you can’t type the USSD code to your phone because of your broken screen, you can as well check your data balance by sending “Status” to 141. You’ll get a new message in less than 40 seconds showing you the details of your remaining data balance subcription and plan.

LATEST ON TECHPUNCH  Code For Etisalat night plan Subscription

If “at all – at all, the code no work for you” You will have to contact your customer care service operator by dialing 111 and call. But I’m 90% sure the above methods will work for you.

Phew! Now that you know how to check Airtel data balance via SMS and via USSD code, I think you should appreciate Techpunch by sharing this article to your friends on Facebook or Tweet!

Leave a Comment