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Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by yemi15(m): 1:07am On Oct 21, 2019
justscorchone:
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Follow the link to get started at no hidden cost or charges.
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Actually, it is not 10 naira per bank transaction, actually it is 50 naira.

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Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by justscorchone(m): 1:09am On Oct 21, 2019
yemi15:


Actually, it is not 10 naira per bank transaction, actually it is 50 naira.


You don’t get charged funding your palmpay wallet,when you fund to the wallet and make a transaction to a bank it is N10
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by yemi15(m): 1:14am On Oct 21, 2019
justscorchone:



You don’t get charged funding your palmpay wallet,when you fund to the wallet and make a transaction to a bank it is N10

Really, will try that now
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by yemi15(m): 1:21am On Oct 21, 2019
yemi15:


Really, will try that now

Thanks bro, download the app guys! Easy to navigate, 10% bonus on airtime and 10 naira per bank transaction from funded wallet instead of 52.50 from the bank!
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by CeterisXVII: 2:18am On Oct 21, 2019
bluefilm:
What's the fuss all about?

Why do people keep expecting everything to be free in this country?

Nonsense. angry
Are you ok? The banks have been charging 52.50 naira before now for online transactions. Now the telcos want to add an additional 4 naira per 20 seconds, for the same service. And you expect us to keep quiet over this extortion?
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by charlesELIKIBA: 2:19am On Oct 21, 2019
This USSD charge is an agreement between banks and network provider MTN that is why the Fed Govt. Knows nothing about it.

Only in Nigeria, a Non-Nigerian company will wake up and tax a country citizens without approval from the country government, in otherwords absolute see finish.

They want to use our money to recover thier losses in the SA xenophobic attacks were SA businesses were destroyed.

At the end of it all, this will stand.
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by stevejomo(m): 2:30am On Oct 21, 2019
Next level...
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by Juliearth(f): 2:33am On Oct 21, 2019
Guess recharge card sellers will be back in business.
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by Ayasayas(m): 3:10am On Oct 21, 2019
The banks charge us when we use the service, why that charges from service provider?
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by damostrings01(m): 3:15am On Oct 21, 2019
Mtn network na scam right from time
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by Ayasayas(m): 3:16am On Oct 21, 2019
Is the banks not making profit when we recharge with their service, is a dealing between the banks and mtn (wickedness)
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by Ayasayas(m): 3:21am On Oct 21, 2019
yemi15:


Actually, it is not 10 naira per bank transaction, actually it is 50 naira.
You can still fund that link with your phone so you will still be chargeed.
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by skywalker240(m): 3:52am On Oct 21, 2019
helinues:
We don dey hear it go better for Nigeria for decades.. Abeg when exactly is it going to be better when the governments, Banks and Network providers wan kill us with taxation.

Taxing us is not bad but what exactly have they /are they doing with the money?
grin

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Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by dozymars(m): 4:42am On Oct 21, 2019
You know what, they expect these reactions.

Then in two weeks time, they expect your reactions will get cold and calm without seeking for change.

Then they smile to bank as always. kiss

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Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by bluefilm: 6:45am On Oct 21, 2019
CeterisXVII:

Are you ok? The banks have been charging 52.50 naira before now for online transactions. Now the telcos want to add an additional 4 naira per 20 seconds, for the same service. And you expect us to keep quiet over this extortion?

Are you okay yourself?

Now ask yourself this: True true, what will the additional 4 nairq per 20 seconds add or remove from your life?

Or maybe, people just love to react...

Instead of people focusing on how to make more money so that they can afford the good things of life they want, they are busy conserving the little they have.

And that my friend, is the reason why so many people are so damn poor in this clime because they lack the entrepreneurial drive that pushes people into trying to create more and more residual income sources.

Nonsense. undecided
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by justscorchone(m): 4:29pm On Oct 21, 2019
yemi15:


Really, will try that now


It’s worth it
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by AprokoGirl: 5:17pm On Oct 21, 2019
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Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by CeterisXVII: 6:44pm On Oct 21, 2019
bluefilm:
Are you okay yourself?

Now ask yourself this: True true, what will the additional 4 nairq per 20 seconds add or remove from your life?

Or maybe, people just love to react...

Instead of people focusing on how to make more money so that they can afford the good things of life they want, they are busy conserving the little they have.

And that my friend, is the reason why so many people are so damn poor in this clime because they lack the entrepreneurial drive that pushes people into trying to create more and more residual income sources.

Nonsense. undecided
It is the exploitation that I object to. The Nigerian govt uses too many ways to extort money from the public.

Those of us who work hard at legit jobs, believe in getting value for money, unlike money-miss-roads who are ready to throw money around, at the slightest whim.

But you do not know what it takes to earn a legit income, that is why you are talking like this. You are free to continue dashing your ill-gotten wealth to any new scam the govt decides to perpetrate on you.

The cumulative effect of the multiple deductions, amounts to a huge sum at the end of the day. Carry out 20 transactions per day and see how much it would cost.

The worst part of it, is that the 4 naira covers just 20 seconds. So if your transactions take longer than 20 seconds to complete, then you pay double. If your transactions time out before 20 seconds are up, deductions are still made, irrespective of the outcome.

If this happens every day for a month, guess how much gets lost?

But you wouldn't understand that, because you do not earn a legit income, and that is why you think you can advise others to fritter it away on such silly deductions.
Re: USSD Charges: MTN, Nigerians React To The Introduction by yemi15(m): 12:08am On Oct 22, 2019
justscorchone:


It’s worth it
More than worth it! Thanks bro!

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