Lagos - MTN Nigeria, the country’s leading mobile network operator, has partnered with banks to enable customers pay bills and buy airtime through their bank accounts.
Officials said the new service, called MTN Auto Top-Up, will enhance convenience to customers.
“Our objective is to deliver better value to our customers than anyone else. The innovative offering is consistent with keeping our customers in tune with tools that enhance their productivity. This service brings a new level of convenience to our esteemed customers as it is designed to deliver speed and simplicity,” said Larry Annetts, Chief Marketing Officer of MTN Nigeria.
Christabel Onyejekwe, executive director of Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS), said this service would give MTN subscribers easy and comfortable means of auto-recharging.
“The service leverages NIBSS inter operational capabilities to ensure smooth and seamless payment from subscribers’ account in any Nigerian bank with no payment card required,” she said.
Wale Goodluck, Corporate Services Executive, MTN Nigeria said, “This service is in line with our commitment to delivering a bold new digital world to our esteemed customers wherever they may be.”
To make use of the service, MTN subscribers have to log on to their bank internet platforms and perform a once-off recharge.
– CAJ News