2022 JAMB ePINs: Quickteller Promises Agents Competitive Commissions


By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Interswitch has promised Quickteller Paypoint agents who sell the JAMB ePINs for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) competitive commissions.

According to a statement issued by the company, the agents will receive huge commissions per ePIN transaction from the commencement of the exercise, Saturday, February 19, 2022.

Also, the foremost pan-African digital payment firm disclosed that candidates who purchase the ePINs would get free tutorials, which will be available virtually to candidates across the country.

This is part of its commitment to promote quality education in Nigeria.

It was gathered that registration for UTME will last for five weeks and end on Saturday, March 26, 2022.

The tutorials will commence a few weeks before the examination and is exclusive to candidates who procured their ePINs on Interswitch-enabled platforms, such as Quickteller Mobile App/Web, Quickteller Paypoint (Agents), and Interswitch Webpay on JAMB’s website.

According to Interswitch, the tutorials will hold for seven weeks and cover 10 subjects namely: Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Literature-in English, Government, Commerce, Economics and Accounting.

The Group Head of Growth Marketing, Merchants and Ecosystem at Interswitch, Mr Olawale Akanbi, stated that, “The importance of tutoring and coaching cannot be underestimated as prospective students prepare for the 2022 UTME exams.

“At Interswitch, we strongly believe in the power of learning and coaching. Also, we believe that when a child is provided with the necessary skills and knowledge, excellence remains the ultimate result.

“This is why Interswitch is providing students with the unique opportunity of being coached by seasoned teachers who have continued to distinguish themselves as they prepare for the 2022 UTME exams.

“Also, as an enterprise committed to the growth of Small and Medium Scale Entreprises (SMEs), Quickteller Paypoint agents also will receive as much as N14O per ePIN transaction, including other fantastic commissions on every transaction engaged on the Quickteller platform.

“As an organisation committed to the growth and development of the Nigerian youth, Interswitch remains committed to providing opportunities for the realisation of their dreams and aspirations.”

The Quickteller platform simplifies the JAMB registration process, making it less cumbersome for many candidates nationwide.

Therefore, candidates seeking to register for the 2022 JAMB/UTME examinations can easily obtain their ePINs and forms from Interswitch-enabled platforms such as Quickteller Mobile App/Web, Quickteller Paypoint (Agents), payment with Interswitch Webpay on JAMB’s website and through Interswitch Paydirect at any bank branch nationwide.

For a seamless registration process, prospective candidates, including those registering from foreign countries should follow these easy steps:

    Obtain the National Identification Number (NIN). This is mandatory.

    SMS ‘NIN’, space, and the 11-digit NIN number to 55019 e.g. [NIN 00123456789]. It is important that there is a space between the word ‘NIN’ and the 11-digit NIN.

    An SMS with your 10-digit profile code and the registered NIN name will be sent to the registered phone number

    Visit the JAMB website, click purchase of the 2022 application document, and enter the 10-digit profile code.

    Select ‘Pay Online’ to pay on the website via Interswitch or pay via the Quickteller website/app or at the nearest Quickteller Paypoint outlet.

    e-PINs will be delivered to the registered telephone number

The 2022 JAMB/UTME examination is scheduled to commence on May 6, 2022, and end on May 16, 2022.

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