The Airtel Please Call Me Back code could be a lifesaver. Imagine you run out of credit and need to urgently speak to your guy. Well, you may borrow credit from Airtel – which I wouldn’t advise you to do because of the VAT that eats up a chunk of the credit; or you may buy credit from your bank using airtime recharge code. Perhaps you don’t want to borrow credit or buy credit from your bank; then you need to know how to send call me back on Airtel.
Knowing how to send call me back on Airtel would help you able to send a message that asks people to call you back. When people see the message, they would know you are out of credit and might call you back. So the aim of this post is to show how to send the message from your phone.
Airtel Please Call Me Back Code: How to Send Call Me Back on Airtel
There are two types of call me back message on Airtel. The first is the standard Please Call Me Back message, which just asks the recipient to call you back – because you are out of credit. The second is the Please Credit Me message, which asks the recipient to send your credit – instead of calling you back.
This post on how to send call me back on Airtel covers the two messages.
How to Send Call Me Back on Airtel: The Please Call Me Back Message
To send the Airtel Plase Call Me Back message, dial *140*Airtel Number#. For example, if you want a friend whose Airtel is 08023446688 to call you back, you would dial *140*08023446688#.
How to Send Call Me Back on Airtel: The Please Credit Me Message
To send the Airtel Please Credit Me message, dial *141*8*Airtel Number#. Using the above Airtel number, the code would be *141*8*08023446688#.
Both the message asking the recipient to call you back and the one asking the recipient to credit you have a daily limit, which is 5. After sending either of the messages five times in a day, you would have to wait until the next day before you can send the message again.
That’s how to send call me back on Airtel number when you are out of credit.
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