OPay, a Nigerian payment, and financial services company, thanks all of its patrons for their continued support, particularly over the past three months.
During the cash constraint that has gripped the country as a result of the naira redesign, social media outlets have featured discussions about the mobile money payment network. Many online users concur that the site has saved consumers’ lives when traditional banks failed them.
After raising $400 million in a round backed by SoftBank in 2021, Opay became the fourth unicorn in Nigeria. Since its foundation, it has significantly contributed to improving payment efficiency in deserving areas of Nigeria while concentrating on assisting emerging markets in hastening their economic development.
We thank the nearly 30 million registered app users, 500,000 agents, and 100,000 merchants that use OPay every day to do business and so help expand the company’s vision of shared prosperity to everyone.
In a statement seen by Technext, Olu Akanmu, OPay-Nigeria’s President and CEO, said “ our OPay customers should continue to enjoy OPay’s reliable, fast, and safe transactions anywhere and anytime through OPay platforms. We are committed to providing inclusive financial services to all Nigerians that ensure no one is left behind no matter their social situation or geographic location”.
The app contains a number of cutting-edge features that are accessible from the site. These include the purchase of airtime and data, paying for power bills, registering for WAEC, making governmental payments and levies, subscribing to services like DSTV, GOTV, and Startimes, and paying for college tuition. Each of these features has a conspicuous icon.
In addition to the platform’s free transfers, customers can take advantage of OWealth’s 15% yearly savings bonus. Additionally, new users receive sign-up bonuses and cashback on all airtime and data recharges.
Users can take advantage of up to 10 free ATM withdrawals per month and no card maintenance costs because its debit card is accepted at all ATMs.
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