By Modupe Gbadeyanka
This piece of news will definitely excite some Nigerians, who have not been able to recharge their GSM lines due to the present economic harsh in Nigeria. OneCard Nigeria has introduced N20 and N50 recharge cards into the market.
The reason for this, it was learnt, is to allow very low income earners in the country have the opportunity to recharge their phones without having to dig deep into their pockets.
Already, some people who have used OneCard Nigeria are glad for the initiative at this moment.
The excitement even gets better as the new recharge cards tops up all mobile networks; Airtel, Etisalat, Glo and MTN.
Now everyone is free at last to recharge without limitation.
One1Card is available across Nigeria and can be obtained from recharge vendors.
It is the orange and blue recharge card with One1Card written on it.
If you are a business looking for a micro collection solution or an easy way to collect money for the services you provide, then this multi-purpose recharge will also meet your need. Visit www.onecardnigeria.com to learn more.
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