For many people, February 14th is the sweetheart of the year. It is the one day of the year when love flows without measure. And affections get to be on show on end even in the public. In fact, red and white and all the colours of love go on wild, public display. February 14th is Valentine’s day. And Valentine’s day is all about love. So, you are getting ready for an amazing Valentine on the 14th of February. Well, Valentine is about to get even juicier with VTpass in the picture. With VTpass, you can share and show love to that one special person with the amazing offers VTpass has in store. You should go on to www.vtpass.com or download the VTpass mobile app for Android to check out the awesome plans VTpass has for this Valentine.
But even at that, you would want to know one or two things about what and how VTpass operates. VTpass is an online payment platform where you can go on to pay your everyday bills. With VTpass, paying bills becomes less of a problem as you can settle just about anything in just three easy steps:
Log On- Select-Pay
Talk about your electricity bills, your DSTV, GOTV and Startimes cable TV subscriptions, airtime, data subscriptions. VTpass. Well, VTpass has got your back. So, you need to handle any of these bills, then you got an ally in VTpass.
Not only that, with VTpass, you can share and help others settle their longstanding bills. This is quite a thing because you get to share and show your affections in the small act of bills payment and sharing.
This is not to talk about how much of a fine gift it would be to cover a special one’s bills for the next month or so. Well, recognising just how love spreads through the tiniest of gestures, VTpass has made airtime sharing, data sharing and the likes a go on our platforms.
Before this reads to the end, let’s just glance over a brief history of Valentine’s Day.
So, Valentine’s Day is connected to a popular Saint Valentinus in Rome. This Saint, a priest who lived around the second AD met his death in a gruesome way. Martyred for performing weddings for soldiers with a pact of celibacy and courting persecuted Christians, Valentine got a populous pedigree for his act of love and service.
Also, before his death on the 14th of February, Valentine went on to heal the blind daughter of his jailer and professedly, wrote a letter to her ending it with “Your Valentine”. In truth and in deed, he loved the jailer’s daughter. This dealt a final absolution to his name and made it just appropriate to describe a love season.
Then, around the 14th century (the medieval age), Valentine’s Day became a trend. On this day, lovers show love to one another with confectionaries, flowers and greeting cards they call valentines. Now, Valentine’s Day is a widely celebrated day. And although there is no public holiday on this day, it bears a lot of credence among religious and secular circles.
And for this year’s Valentine’s Day, February 14th, VTpass has all the intention to extend a gesture of love. Because love does not hang on mere words, it lives in the deeds; in those gestures that, though small, go on to last forever.