Recharge your GSM airtime credit with Quickteller


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Posted by on Sunday September 21, 2014 at 21:18:42:

When it comes to paying bills or making prepayments, one of the best platforms I normally use is

Quickteller allows Nigerian residents to do a lot of transactions online and without the need for leaving their home or office.

You can pay for things like Cable TV service, Electricity bills, GSM bills by making use of Quickteller and you ATM debit card. I normally prefer using a Verve card but it also works with other cards such as Mastercard and Visa.

You can top up airtime credit to your GSM SIM with Quickteller for any network such as MTN, GLO, Airtel, Etisalat and others. With their webiste, you no longer need to go out looking for recharge card vendors and it tops up your airtime credit directly and without the need for scratching papers or dialing any USSD codes. It makes the process easy and convenient.

To start using your bank issued card on Quickteller, one of the first thins you need to do is register that card for Safetoken. You can do this by simply going to an ATM, inserting your card, going to quickteller and making a bill payment using 322222 as biller code and your phone number as the reference number. After activating the card on an ATM, you'll then be able to use it to make payments online at anytime you want and the Safetoken OTP will always be sent to your phone.

To buy GSM airtime from Quickteller, all you need to do is go to the site, click on buy airtime, choose the network and amount, use the OTP received on your phone and then the transaction will be completed.

You can use Quickteller on your computer as well as on your mobile phone browser and all it basically requires is logging into your account using your username and password while you'll be using your Card and mobile phone to pay for the transaction. It is that easy.

One thing I also like about buying airtime on is that there are no additional charges such as convenience fee which is normally charged when making other payments. For buying GSM airtime on, it is free for now.

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