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AWOOF! Enjoy Airtel N2500 for calls, N7500 for Data + Extra N7500 for Data (15,000 For Data) | October 2017

Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:43 pm by Gab2

AWOOF! Enjoy #Airtel N2500 for calls, N7500 for Data + Extra N7500 for Data (15,000 For Data)

It’s very difficult not to fall into this temptation right now because it is so enticing…everyone loves awoof
most especially if there is no any limitation to it. The
awoof stuffs have been seeing of late is majorly for new customers but this offer, is for old and new customers.

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How To Get 6.4GB for 60 Days On Glo Network With N1000

Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:22 am by emmy

To get multiple data on Glo, simply visit Quickteller web portal at Quickteller: the easiest way to buy airtime, make payments, send money and recieve money with your "ATM" card. login and click on ' Data & Internet Services '.

- Select Glo Data Bundle

- Select a Payment Option e.g (1000 = 1.6GB 30 days)

- Enter the Glo Number you want to subscribe

- Click on Next and then Pay you'll be …


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How To Buy 9mobile Airtime with Your ATM Card at Home

Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:08 am by Emmi

9Mobile Currently introduced a platform for the purchase of airtime and data with your debit or credit card at home, this Recharge option is on its website, i.e www.9mobile.com.ng 



[size=13]The introduction of this feature means that 9mobile customers in Nigeria have a simpler, more convenient, and more secure way of staying connected with their family and loved ones. This basically means no more …


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MTN Introduced New Monthly data Plan 1.5GB for N1200 | October 2017

Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:39 pm by Gab2

Recently I made a an article concerning  The justice to the N1000 data plan giving your 1.GB to use during the day and 500MB to use during the night from the hour of 1am – 7am. 
This seems not to be enough , MTN NG has introduced a new plan again.
MTN Nigeria New plan gives you 1.5GB for N1200 usable all day 247 and will last you for 30 days.
The data plan will work on all devices and I’m …

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How To Get Extra 30% Data When You Subscribe To Any Airtel Data Plan With N500 And Above

Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:14 am by Gab2

I want to bring to your awareness the new offer from Airtel Nigeria called »Campus zone«


This offer allow you to get 30% additional data on all Airtel data bundle starting from #500 and above.


HOW TO ACTIVATE THIS OFFER ON YOUR AIRTEL SIM.



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Visa And Leading Banks Bring Mobile Payments To Nigeria

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Global payments leader Visa has launched mVisa, its innovative mobile payment service, in Nigeria. The solution is being rolled out across Africa.

Consumers from Visa’s Nigerian partner banks can pay with any mobile phone wherever mVisa is accepted. mVisa transactions are processed via Visa’s global network, VisaNet, applying the same scale, security and reliability as any other Visa transaction.

From today, Diamond Bank, Fidelity Bank and First Bank will offer their customers the convenience of mVisa through their mobile banking apps. Access Bank, Ecobank, United Bank for Africa and Zenith Bank will go live with mVisa in the coming weeks. Nigeria is the first market to provide customers the convenience of making cross-border payments using mVisa.

Speaking at the launch event, Andrew Torre, President for Visa Sub-Saharan Africa said, “Small and medium merchants in particular, no longer have to invest in expensive point of sale infrastructure as mVisa gives them the freedom to accept payments in a convenient, secure and affordable manner that their customers trust.”

“We are very excited to see more and more merchants come on board every day as they begin to understand the benefits that mVisa brings, including real-time notifications of payments and access to sales and transactions history. We have campaigns lined up for the coming months to support our merchants and encourage new customers to experience mVisa at various locations across Nigeria.” Torre said

“Today, Visa and its financial institution partners are, for the first time, providing the benefits of digital commerce to potentially everyone, everywhere across Nigeria and the African continent, bringing millions more people into the formal financial system.”

Diamond Bank’s Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Uzoma Dozie, stated that the launch of mVisa is timely and aligns with the cashless policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the digital growth strategy of the bank.

‘’With mVisa, Diamond Bank has raised the bar for cashless banking in Nigeria by maintaining its leadership role in driving digital financial revolution in the country. Our customers will be able to make everyday payments simply by using their mobile phones. I think mVisa is the biggest thing that has happened in the industry.”

Fidelity Bank CIO, Gbolahan Joshua, said: “mVisa is an innovative service that merges the everyday mobile phone to a payment solutions plan that is easy for our customers to use.

Our account holders will appreciate the convenience mVisa offers.”

FirstBank’s Group Head, E-Business, Chuma Ezirim said that the Bank would continue to embrace innovation to deliver superior services in the best way possible to its customers. ”Partnering with Visa to deliver mVisa is part of the FirstBank’s strategy to deliver reliable, secure and convenient payment options to its esteemed customers. It further promotes our digital approach by delivering omni-channel experience to all our customers while enhancing our existing offerings”, he reiterated.

mVisa is already accepted at hundreds of locations across the country with many more merchants joining the ecosystem over the new few months. These merchants include DSTV, Konga.com, Genesis and IMAX Cinemas, Hard Rock Café, Quickteller and Spar.

The mVisa implementation in Nigeria benefited from the Visa Developer Platform, which allowed all partner banks the ability to integrate the mVisa APIs directly into their mobile banking apps. While rolling out a new solution with a bank typically can take a very long time from development to implementation and testing, utilizing the Visa Developer Platform interface reduced the time taken significantly. This helped to speed up the number of banks who have been able to roll out the mVisa solution in Nigeria.

mVisa is now live in Nigeria, Kenya, India, Rwanda and Egypt with plans to launch across Africa.

For more details on mVisa, visit: www.visa.com.ng/mvisa

About Visa Inc:
Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable electronic payments. We operate one of the world’s most advanced processing networks — VisaNet — that is capable of handling more than 65,000 transaction messages a second, with fraud protection for consumers and assured payment for merchants. Visa is not a bank and does not issue cards, extend credit or set rates and fees for consumers. Visa’s innovations, however, enable its financial institution customers to offer consumers more choices: pay now with debit, pay ahead with prepaid or pay later with credit products. For more information, visit usa.visa.com/about-visa, visacorporate.tumblr.com and @VisaNews.
Visa contact:
Emily Kaiga
Corporate Communications
Visa sub-Saharan Africa
T: +204285016
Mob : +254708516544
E-mail: ekaigaad@visa.com

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