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|Health / Re: Use This To Prevent Covid 19 Spread Regular Hand Washing Pedal Operated Station. by Behankey(m): 6:55pm On Jun 13, 2020|
This is in fact useful. This and many more are ways we can continue to stay safe. Thanks to FCMB too, they're championing the cause.
|Health / Re: Covid 19: FCMB And Others Partner To Provide 1 Million Meals For Nigerians by Behankey(m): 7:43pm On Jun 12, 2020|
hexenbiest:seems its 2k. But you can do more
|Business / Re: How A Top Organization Is Assisting With The Fight Against Coronavirus by Behankey(m): 5:51pm On Jun 10, 2020|
A lot of companies have been doing this and it's good to see this bank partake too. Apart from keeping our money for us they are also giving back to us. Well done FCMB and Cacovid
|Business / Re: Open An FCMB Personal Account Online And Get Cash Reward by Behankey(m): 9:31am On Jun 07, 2020|
Why didn't they give me extra 1k when I opened my account with them now? maybe I'll just go and open another one or ask my friends to join the FCMB train
|Business / Re: How To Avoid Queue In Bank Premises With Internet Based Banking Services by Behankey(m): 1:18am On Jun 07, 2020|
For me it's Mobile banking over all these long queues. Didn't even think it twice when my friend told me about FCMB and the fact that I'll get 1k upon opening an account. I didn't dull and I'm enjoying the experience.
|Business / Re: Why I Broke My WEMA Alat ATM Card And Stopped Going Cashless by Behankey(m): 12:54am On Jun 07, 2020|
U1:you're not wrong. But there are banks that are actually stress free. Early days for me with FCMB but they're doing well.
|Phones / Re: The Final Battle - Infinix Note 7 Vs Redmi Note 7 (R-rated) by Behankey(m): 2:21pm On May 25, 2020|
masterfactor:I think he's saying infinix is the best for him
|Phones / Re: Why Does My Infinix S5 Pro Keep Refreshing Broswer Page Incessantly? by Behankey(m): 12:28pm On May 25, 2020|
Do you use your device in low power mode? If you do, you'll encounter things like this. Sometimes my phone does this too
|Phones / The Evolution Of One of The Best Mobile Phone Cameras by Behankey(m): 10:02pm On Apr 05, 2020|
The Camon series is one of TECNO Mobile’s best smartphone series. The series focuses on equipping a smartphone with the best camera technology possible. And in today’s phone market, camera is an essential feature of smartphone.
They say “Moments don’t last forever, so make it memorable”, one of the many ways to make it memorable is by capturing the moment. Taking photos and videos of our precious life’s moment with the help of our smartphone’s front-facing camera. The TECNO Camon smartphones usually have the very best of camera technology in the Africa market.
The TECNO Camon Camera Evolution
Over the years, we have witnessed the evolution of TECNO’s Camon camera. The latest being the TECNO Camon 15, which was released in April 2020. The first Camon smartphone was launched back in 2015 – the TECNO Camon C8. The selfie camera of the Camon C8 features a 5MP sensor, which was quite good at the time.
Then in 2016, we had the second generation of the Camon series – the Camon C9. The device features a 13MP front-facing camera, which is more than twice what is available on the C8.
March 2017 saw the birth of the third Camon device – the Camon CX, which features a 16MP selfie camera alongside a quad-LED flash to help brighten photos in low-light conditions. The evolution will then take a step backwards in January 2018, as the then-new Camon CM comes with a 13MP front-facing camera. Don’t know if you know this quote – “minor setback for a major comeback”?
Just before the end of 2018, TECNO Mobile bounced back with the release of the Camon X and Camon X Pro. The Camon X packs a large 20MP selfie shooter while the Camon X Pro comes with an even larger 24MP selfie shooter.
From 2018 ending to 2019, the company launched the Camon 11 followed by the Camon 12 with dual and triple cameras at the back. It is sufficing to say that we are now in the ERA of Multi-Smartphone cameras.
TECNO Next Generation Camon Smartphone
TECNO Mobile has announced the latest Camon smartphone. The naming of the Camon series is something that has not been in an orderly manner since inception. So we are not surprised this is called Camon 15.
This new Camon smartphone features a front facing camera with 32 megapixels. The phone also comes with a quad camera which has a huge 64MP back camera along with the new TAIVOS AI camera which has been adapted for night shots, while a 5MP and 2MP completes the line up.
|Business / Re: Stop Winking In The Dark In 2020, You Need Money To Make Money by Behankey(m): 12:21pm On Jan 03, 2020|
I love this initiative. Thank you to UBA
|Nairaland / General / Re: Where I Saved Money Shopping This Festive Period by Behankey(m): 11:07pm On Dec 23, 2019|
Ejadike:would be nice to be a part of this
|Family / Re: Smart Shopping Gimmicks by Behankey(m): 11:06pm On Dec 23, 2019|
Is this legit?!!
|Investment / Re: With This Plan You Could Get A Plot Of Land Next Year by Behankey(m): 9:34am On Dec 09, 2019|
See what I just saw �
|Investment / Re: With This Plan You Could Get A Plot Of Land Next Year by Behankey(m): 9:33am On Dec 09, 2019|
MaliMillion:I don't think so. The link will take you to the landing page though
|Investment / Palmpay Raises $40m From Tecno Mobile by Behankey(m): 7:34pm On Nov 30, 2019|
African payments startup firm, PalmPay, has announced a $40million seed round as the firm launches financial services in Nigeria.
The round was led by leading mobile phone brand Tecno Mobile. NetEase, one of the largest internet technology companies in China and Mediatek, a leading semi-conductor firm, also participated in the round.
The firm will use the cash to grow its digital financial services businesses in Nigeria, Ghana and to support upcoming launches in several other African countries.
PalmPay offers consumers a range of digital services via its mobile app, including P2P transfers, airtime and bill payment. Billing itself as “the payment app that rewards you”, its USP of offering cashback and discounts to its users has caught on in the price-sensitive Nigerian and Ghanaian markets.
In Nigeria, PalmPay is offering 10per cent cashback on airtime purchases and bank transfer rates of N10 with free deposits and withdrawals to its mobile wallet. Over a million transactions have been made on the platform within its first two months of pilot operations and the company is now eyeing rapid expansion.
PalmPay also announced a strategic partnership with major mobile phone brands Tecno, Infinix, and Itel, which will see the payments app exclusively pre-installed on at least 20 million phones in 2020. The mobile app is also available for download on the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.
In a market where only 40per cent of adults have access to a formal financial account, PalmPay plans to provide for both banked and unbanked consumers to help it achieve nationwide reach. To do this, the company has obtained an Approval-in-Principle to operate as a Mobile Money Organisation (MMO) from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). This allows it to build an agent network to facilitate in-person cash in and cash out to its mobile wallet.
First in line to be converted to PalmPay agents are the thousands of retail stores that are part of the Tecno distribution network, and the company is in the process of onboarding independent agents too.
PalmPay’s stated aim of including the unbanked in its payment platform comes at a time when the Nigerian government is promoting several policies and initiatives aimed at furthering financial inclusion.
The CBN plans to ensure that 80 per cent of Nigerian adults are included in the financial net by 2020. It launched the National Financial Inclusion Strategy (NFIS) in January 2012 to help achieve the set target.
However, recent data by EFInA put Nigeria’s financial inclusion rate at 63.2 per cent, meaning that as much as 36.8 per cent of adults still lack access to financial services.
This year, the current CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele also re-affirmed the nation’s cashless policy. The policy intends to encourage electronic payments, with the objectives of developing the payments system, as part of the key requirements for achieving the Payments National Vision; whilst reducing the risk and costs associated with high usage of cash.
PalmPay also aims to onboard the over 100,000 merchants that are part of the Visa network in Nigeria. Earlier this year, PalmPay and Visa announced a strategic partnership to deepen financial inclusion in key African markets through joint initiatives including technical integrations, virtual cards, and merchant payment solutions.
This ecosystem approach is key to PalmPay’s strategy as the company aims towards becoming Africa’s largest financial services platform. “Our goal is to provide the best choice and value to consumers in the market, and to achieve this PalmPay should be a one-stop financial hub,” says Greg Reeve, PalmPay Global CEO. “We want to focus on providing the most reliable payments infrastructure and widest reach and we are happy to partner with other players in the market who would like to benefit from this to jointly offer the best value to our user base.” Such partnerships are already in the works in the areas of e-commerce, lending, and communications, Reeve said.
For TECNO, the investment in PalmPay seemed like a natural next step as it seeks to develop its mobile ecosystem. “Tecno has helped expand access to smartphones among the Nigerian population. We are now looking to leverage this infrastructure to further improve people’s lives,” said Stephen Ha, General Manager of TECNO Mobile. “We see a huge growth opportunity in mobile payments and financial services on the continent and are looking forward to working together with the PalmPay team to help shape the future of payments in Africa.
|Business / Re: What Are The Top Items On Your Shopping List This November? by Behankey(m): 9:51pm On Nov 15, 2019|
Do you want to give me money to get the stuff ?
|Family / Re: Shoprite Low Price Rush Ends Tomorrow by Behankey(m): 9:25pm On Nov 15, 2019|
Iceman296:better don't sleep on this one
|Family / Re: Shoprite Low Price Rush Ends Tomorrow by Behankey(m): 9:23pm On Nov 15, 2019|
Are they selling rice at a discount too?
|Phones / Re: Tecno Dem No De Tire Oooo Now Dem Don Bring Spark 4��� by Behankey(m): 7:03pm On Oct 01, 2019|
I used to be tired of how they churned out phones but it's what works for them.
|Phones / Re: Ultrasonic Vs Optical Fingerprint Scanner: How Do They Differ? by Behankey(m): 6:54pm On Oct 01, 2019|
I don't like any lol
|Phones / Re: Uninstall These Two Android Apps Now! by Behankey(m): 6:54pm On Oct 01, 2019|
Never used any of this so I'm good
|Phones / Re: Tecno Phantom 9: A Budget Flagship by Behankey(m): 5:56pm On Oct 01, 2019|
The major thing I like about the phone is the price. It's affordable
|Phones / Re: Tecno Phantom 9: This Is How the Camera Looks Like by Behankey(m): 5:48pm On Oct 01, 2019|
greenhulk:Really would love to see a lot of Manufacturers embrace this
|Phones / Re: You Can Now Ask Alexa And Google Assistant To Help You Get A Job At Mcdonald's by Behankey(m): 5:47pm On Oct 01, 2019|
How does this work?
|Phones / Re: Advice On Tecno Camon 12 And Samsung A30 by Behankey(m): 5:43pm On Oct 01, 2019|
Have you gotten any of them yet?
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