Here at Vtpass, we are more concerned about accessibility and convenience. That’s why we created a mobile app that makes your transactions even easier. You’ll also learn how to download the Vtpass App and how to use it for bill payment among others. The mobile app was not designed to cover a defect in the website platform. It was created to create another form of experience.
How to Download the VTPASS Mobile App
Now that you know what you’ve been missing out on, you just have to download the app. The vtpass Mobile app is available for both Android and iOS, so everyone can use it.
VTPASS Mobile App for Android
Simply visit the Google Play Store
Tap on the search icon on top of your screen and type “VTPASS”
Select the first app in the search results
Once the installation is complete, tap ‘OPEN’ Or alternatively click this link to go directly to the app on the Google Play Store.
Take advantage of easy utility payments by downloading our app.
Vtpass Mobile App for iOS
Visit the App Store
Tap on the search icon on the bottom of your screen and search for “VTPASS”
Select ‘GET’ on the first result displayed
Once the installation is complete, tap on “OPEN”
Or alternatively, click this link to go directly to the iOS App Store app.
Proceed to enjoy utility payments by making a purchase using the app.
You have swift, one-tap access to paying your bills.
Bills payment with www.vtpass.com is superfast, easy and very convenient. In addition, you get 24/7 access to our support team to help you through any glitch you might have. Why don’t you try us today?
The Vtpass brand prides itself on providing exceptional customer support and representation. In the event that you need assistance from a Vtpass Support Representative, you can be assured that you will get it immediately. Vtpass has one of the most active support teams and the team is always ready to answer all the questions you may have. Vtpass customer support is available to help you across all online and offline touchpoints; this article highlights all official platforms available to reach out to the Vtpass team. They are always willing to listen to feedback and take the extra mile to ensure that our customers are satisfied with the services they purchase.
Nonetheless, we have compiled an updated list of questions you might have about Vtpass’ services before reaching out to the support team. Click here to check it out, you’d be surprised that you may find answers to your questions within a few seconds. We encourage you to check out this article and reach out to us using the method that is most convenient for you if you have specific questions. You can always count on us for assistance. 🤗
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Our team is available around the clock to help resolve issues and complaints.. Simply send us a DM on Instagram. Our official handle is @vtpass. You will enjoy scrolling through the feed and moving towards your financial goals. Our team is always ready to help, so don’t hesitate to reach out – you’ll get a response quickly! Direct message us on Instagram @vtpass and start achieving your financial goals today.
Contact us via Twitter
On Twitter, we share relevant information about our products, give updates and even express our thoughts on relevant trends from time to time. And yes, our support team responds to all direct messages sent on Twitter within record time. This helps us build a strong connection with our customers, create an engaging community and ensure optimal customer satisfaction. By staying active on Twitter, we’re able to keep our customers informed about our products, services, and any changes that may be taking place. We also encourage conversations that help us learn more about our customers and their needs. This has enabled us to build trust and establish ourselves as a reliable source of information.
Our official Twitter handle is @vtpass. Click here to send us a message, follow and turn on notifications to ensure you do not miss out on upcoming updates and fun conversations with us. Additionally, like and share our posts to spread the word and help us grow our community!
Follow Vtpass on LinkedIn
We have established a professional backdrop on LinkedIn.
We share fabulous stories about our work culture on LinkedIn. You should follow us to confirm that we are not a regular company. Our stories and articles are written to show how our company is different from other companies in terms of values, transparency, and collaboration. We believe that if you follow us, you will get an insight into the unique culture we have created. 😉
On LinkedIn, you can’t send messages as the platform doesn’t provide an option to message a business. But you can hang around, and understand how we operate as a business.
Our commitment to you transcends borders and boundaries. We want you to find us easily, so we made it to Facebook as well. You’ll find helpful information on our Facebook page and also reach out to our support team ready to attend to your enquiries.
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Call or send a mail to Vtpass
Have enquires? Shoot us a mail at email@example.com. Your complaint or enquiries will be resolved immediately, and a feedback promptly. And if you prefer to reach out to us via phone call. You can reach us on +2349087482377.
Live chat on the Vtpass website
If you log on to the Vtpass website, locate message icon at the bottom left of your screen. Click on that little icon, and a conversation box will pop up immediately.
Here, you have a chance to reach out to our customer support representative who are always online 24/7 to attend to you. Alternatively, you can check out the knowledge base where you can learn some reasons why you are having that issue.
You may receive a call from a Vtpass customer service representative regarding a transaction. In cases such as this, we urge you to properly question the agents in order to confirm that they are indeed Vtpass representatives. Once again, your satisfaction is our utmost priority and we will never fail in ensuring that you get the highest quality customer service representation.
The first part of this blog post will look at the difference between Gen and a millennial. A millennial is someone born between 1981 and 1997, while a Gen Z is someone born between 1998 and 2005. You would be wrong to assume that age is the only difference between a Gen Z and a millennial. Other factors contribute to the difference between these two categories of people. And this post will zoom in on one of these factors – SPENDING HABITS. We will carefully examine how a Gen Z uses airtime and data as compared to how a millennial would.
Note: This post may be slightly biased, because the author is Gen Z. Happy reading
INTERNET CULTURE OF BOTH GENERATIONS
This post will provide insight into the internet culture of both generations. The basic assertion is that Gen Z were born into the boom of the internet. They have been exposed to the internet, smart phones, and advanced technology systems from a very early stage. Gen Z are the first generation to grow up with the internet and its associated technologies, allowing them to better understand the internet culture of both generations. Millennials, on the other hand, grew up without the internet and had to learn the technology and its associated culture. They have a different relationship with technology and the internet. This has helped them understand it as something that can be used for both good and bad. This generational difference has created a unique culture when looking at internet usage between the two generations.
There are lots of internet cultures that would be attractive to Gen Z, rather than millennials. In light of the growing trend in video content on Instagram and TikTok. While some millennials may be more pragmatic in internet usage, Genz’s are known to be exorbitant on social media. Gen Z is known to be more creative and experimental with their internet usage, preferring to make their own content rather than just consuming what’s already out there. They’re also more likely to engage with new platforms and trends, such as video content on Instagram and TikTok, which have become hugely popular in recent years.
GEN Z VS MILLENNIALS INTERNET USAGE
It is also pertinent to note that Gen Z are creators, rather than consumers of internet content. Gen Z are often considered digital natives because they have grown up with technology and have the skills to produce content and use the internet more effectively. This is compared to their older counterparts. They are also more likely to be involved in creating and sharing content online, rather than just consuming it. On this end, Millennials are largely consumers of content on the internet. Millennials go to the internet to consume content created by their younger counterparts.
What a difference a few years makes. When we first started delving into the buying habits of Gen Z and Millennials, we found millennials to be pragmatic, focused on saving money, and wanting brands to constantly innovate. Gen Z, on the other hand, were idealistic, willing to pay more for experiences, and committed to their favorite brands. They are now more focused on sustainability and ethical companies and are more likely to purchase from brands that share their values.
A FRESHER PERSPECTIVE INTO GEN Z AND A MILLENNIAL INTERNET HABIT
Let’s examine this issue from a fresher perspective. A millennial is more likely to connect to friends and family via voice call. They also generally prefer the convenience of making a quick call rather than typing out a long message. This is in direct contrast to the habit of Gen Z who would rather engage everyone through the internet. In essence, Gen X would consume more data, while millennials will use more airtime in their communication process.
Under the age of 25, Generation Z — or “digital natives” — grew up with smartphones and the internet. Gen Zers account for almost 40% of mobile users, and they’re the biggest consumers of video content. A report from Awesomeness found that up to 71% of Gen Zers go to YouTube for long-form content, while up to 75% use Snapchat to connect with their peers. ,
In another study, perhaps an opposing opinion, roughly 93% of Millennials used a mobile phone in 2012 and among that about 63% used smartphones. Millennials also have the highest penetration of Internet usage, with 93% of Millennials using the Internet. Millennials are more likely to own a smartphone and be connected to the Internet than any other generation. This could be because Millennials are more likely to be digitally savvy and have the financial means to invest in the latest technology.
This commentary does not intend to judge either generations on their internet behaviours. This seeks to provide insight into the behaviour of both millennials and Gen Z towards internet data and airtime usage. It is important to understand the differences between the two generations in order to understand how their behaviours may evolve over time, and how the internet and mobile technology may shape our lives in the future. By understanding their current behaviours, we can more accurately predict their future behaviours and how it may affect our lives.
It is important for fintechs like Vtpass to understand the spending habits of their customers. This provides insight into how frequently these customers spend. The rate at which each generation recharges their phones will automatically differ, and how they spend will be different also. Knowing this information helps fintechs to tailor their services to the needs of their customers. This will also help them target their advertising and promotions more effectively. It also allows them to better understand their customer base, so they can find ways to increase customer loyalty and engagement.
Meanwhile, Gen Z’s and Millennials use Vtpass to buy airtime and data for airtel, mtn, Glo and 9mobile. Use Vtpass to pay postpaid electricity bills and purchase prepaid metre tokens of all your preferred distribution companies.
Data is life, or so you have heard from the famous Airtel television adverts. I often wonder how people cope without internet access due to the lack of data plan or not being able to manage your mobile data. The internet has become an integral part of our lives. As it provides us with access to information that was previously inaccessible. It’s also a powerful tool for connecting with people, for entertainment and for sharing ideas. Without internet access, many feel like they are missing out on so much.
And they are, they are missing out on so much. The Super Bowl was yesterday. Champions League continues this week, China accused the U.S. of flying a balloon over its (China) airspace. A lot of events have happened and are happening around the world that one should be aware of.
This blogpost intend to emphasise the importance of having mobile data on your smartphone at all times. These days, mobile data is money. If you don’t optimise your phone to handle it intelligently, you’re throwing dollars down the drain.
So, here are some insightful ways that can help you manage your mobile data:
Understand your data usage: To solve a problem, you need to understand the origin of that problem. What happens here is totally dependent on the model and type of phone you currently use. Basically, whatever model of Android phone you use, you can check your data usage from the settings. When you click on settings, find mobile data usage or app data usage. When you click on the icon, you will get a detailed overview of what actions, applications have been consuming your mobile data.
In addition, you will see the rate of increase over the past 30 days. In most cases, apps that consume a large amount of data are apps that involve streaming audio and videos. Social media applications fall into this category. Make a mental note of these apps. You will know what to do with them soon. Look closely at the graph. It gives you a breakdown of the data usage of all applications installed on your smartphone. This includes those that run in the background without you needing to open the app.
Remove all auto-play and ‘auto-download’:
This is a notorious culprit in the data hoovering business. To curb this, open all your social media platforms, locate their settings, and turn off the ‘auto-play’ and ‘auto-download’ menus. Videos are among the most voracious consumers of data, and social media sites play them without your permission. But guess what? It doesn’t take much effort to change that.In the Facebook Android app, if you open the main menu, tap “Settings & Privacy,” then tap “Settings” followed by “Media,” you’ll find a series of controls that’ll reduce the size of images and videos and keep videos from playing on their own. On Twitter, you’ll find similar options in the “Data Usage” section of the app’s settings.Most social apps have similar settings, even if they require a bit of digging.
Compress your mobile web experience:
Next up is an easy fix: making your browser less of a data hog. It can save a significant amount of data — as much as 60%, according to Google’s estimates — and actually make your browsing noticeably faster as a result. (Note, however, that it doesn’t work with Chrome’s Incognito Mode). To try it out, go into Chrome’s settings and look for the line labeled “Lite Mode.” Tap it, then make sure the toggle there is activated.If you want even more data-saving tools, try Opera Mini. The browser offers its own form of remote page compression and provides a variety of settings to control how much optimisation occurs.
Optimise your music apps: You use Spotify or Youtube music? Turn down the audio quality to low. This will assist you manage your mobile data better. Make sure your music app consumes as little data as possible. Try setting it to “Low” and then see if the more data-friendly audio quality is good enough for your ears.While you’re in the settings, take a moment to confirm that the “Limit mobile data usage” and “Don’t play music videos” options are activated. Be sure to look through the settings of any such apps on your phone to make certain they’re configured in the most data-efficient manner possible.
Try the light versions of apps and websites:
A growing number of services now offer scaled-down versions of apps — apps designed explicitly to use less data while still delivering reasonably enjoyable experiences. Even if you aren’t overly worried about your mobile data usage, you might find some of them to be preferable to the regular alternatives.Google has an entire suite of “Go”-branded apps for this very purpose, and as of this writing, four of them are broadly available: Google Go, Google Maps Go, Navigation for Google Maps Go, and Gallery Go.
(The others — including Gmail Go, Google Assistant Go, and YouTube Go — are currently available only for Android Go devices.) Facebook also offers light versions of its main Facebook app and Facebook Messenger app. Instagram has launched Instagram Lite. These apps are specifically designed to take up less storage space and data than their full versions. This makes them more accessible to people with limited phone storage or data plans. This will help you manage your mobile data.
Put the Play Store on notice:
App updates are a breeze! They’re also, however, often large — and if you aren’t careful, they can use a lot of your mobile data allotment. Make sure that isn’t happening by opening up the Play Store on your phone, tapping your profile in the upper-right corner, then selecting “Settings” followed by “Network preferences”. There, you can ensure that the “Auto-update apps” option is set to “Over Wi-Fi only” and also that “Auto-play videos” is set to “Over Wi-Fi only.” If you really want to go all out, you can also change “App download preference” to either “Over Wi-Fi only” or “Ask me every time” and then avoid downloading any apps on mobile data unless it’s absolutely necessary.
Download media in advance: The most effective way to cut back on mobile data streaming is to avoid it — and many multimedia apps make that easy to do. The trick is simply to download the content you want in advance, while you’re connected to Wi-Fi. So it’ll be locally stored and available whenever you’re relying on mobile data. And don’t forget that if you subscribe to YouTube Premium or YouTube Music Premium, you also have the ability to download videos from YouTube for on-the-go viewing (and that applies on your Chromebook, too, if you’re crafty).
Look in the “Background & downloads” section of the YouTube app’s settings to adjust your offline watching settings. Then tap the three-line menu icon next to any video on the YouTube home screen to find the download option (or open the video and then look for the Download button directly beneath its title). Spotify and other audio streaming services also offer similar options.
Optimise Account Sync Settings:
Your account sync settings are set to auto-sync by default. Keep auto-sync disabled for data-hungry apps like Facebook and Google+, which use sync services to sync files like photos and videos. Google constantly sync’s your data when a change is made. Most of these sync services might not be required. This background sync service affects both your data consumption and battery life.To adjust your sync setting, go to Settings>>Accounts. There you can fine-tune sync settings for different apps. To optimise Google sync, tap on Google, and turn off the options you don’t require.
If the steps are followed, it is believed that you will be able to manage your mobile data better. Meanwhile, bills payment with www.vtpass.com is superfast, easy and very convenient. In addition, you get 24/7 access to our support team to help you through any glitch you might have. Why don’t you try us today?
Power consumption is one of the many ways we preach economic prudence. We often preach that finances should be adequately managed, and electricity bills are skyrocketing these days. It has therefore become paramount to save on electricity bills. Not only are electricity bills skyrocketing, but other aspects of our financial obligations are also rising. To ensure economic stability, it is essential to be mindful of our electricity consumption. As a result, it will not only save us money, but could also benefit our overall financial health. This articles explores ways that one can save on electricity bills.
There are a few ways you can lower your electricity bill in this article.
The average per hour data of Nigeria’s Electricity Consumption was reported at 2,885.450 MWh in March 2022.
1. Buy energy-efficient bulbs: – Energy-efficient bulbs use less electricity than traditional bulbs and can last up to 10 times longer, saving you money on your electricity bills. Additionally, they help reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants associated with electricity production.
2. Switch off the lights when not in use:-Not only will this help save energy, but it can also help to prevent the bulbs from overheating. Additionally, by reducing your electricity consumption, you can help reduce your carbon footprint and benefit the environment.
3. Reduce the use of fans:
Fans can consume a lot of energy and are inefficient. Furthermore, they can cause the air to become too dry, which can be very uncomfortable. By reducing the amount of time you opt for more natural ventilation, you can lower your energy consumption.
4. Your refrigerator is a big deal: Refrigerators are major energy consumers, and the more energy efficient models will help you save money in the long run. Plus, they can help regulate the temperature in your home. This allows you to maintain a comfortable environment and minimises the need for fans and other energy-consuming appliances.
5. Consult power management experts: Power management experts can assess your home’s energy usage. They can also provide recommendations on how to increase energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption. This can include replacing older appliances with energy-efficient ones, using energy-saving strategies, and utilising natural light.
6. Use solar panels: Solar panels can reduce energy costs by harnessing the power of the sun and converting it into electricity. This can help to reduce electricity bills and help to minimise your carbon footprint. Installing solar panels in your home is another efficient way to cut the cost of electricity. Lagos receives about 1,885 hours of sunlight a year.
To bring this to an end
If you are intentional about saving on your electricity bill, take some time to go around your home and note the appliances that consume the most power. Unplugging what is not in use could go a long way to not only save energy but ultimately save some of your monthly expenses on power. It has therefore become paramount to save on electricity bills.
You can buy airtime and data, pay other TV subscriptions and electricity bills, buy insurance covers and pay education bills on VTpass. Most importantly, all while offering you a variety of payment options. Meanwhile, you also get immediate value.
Budgeting is the first step to financial success. Oftentimes, we’ve heard people talk about how a certain commodity isn’t in their budget, and so they can’t afford to buy it. This drives the quest to fully grasp the concept of this economic terminology. Every individual’s goal is to be able to afford whatever he wants. In understanding people’s attitudes toward financial goals, the following assumptions about humans are true. This general attitude guides their approach to making and spending money.
ASSUMPTIONS THAT AFFECTS BUDGETING
That man is a rational and social being. This indicates that humans possess the mental capacity to reason and think, which enables us to perform a variety of cognitive tasks such as concept formulation, assessment of ideas, and reasoning.
A need is a requirement for functioning and existing. Wants are anything that enhances the quality of your life.
A person’s income must be greater than his expenses. If the reverse is the case, it is highly detrimental to the financial well-being of the individual.
A person must instill healthy habits to get the best out of budgeting.
PERSONAL INCOME VS EXPENSES IN BUDGETING
This concept of personal income can be defined as all the earnings an individual makes over a period of time. Personal income comes from salaries, investments, and other assets the individual has acquired over time. Income generally refers to the value or sum an individual and business earn in exchange for their labor and goods.
There are basic expenses that an individual must pay at all times, and these are called cost of living expenses. The cost of living expenses might differ from person to person depending on lifestyle, choices, and family size. The common cost of living expenses includes feeding, rent, clothing, taxes, education, transportation, etc.
To further break these two concepts into bits, income is money coming in, and expenses are money going out. Every individual’s goal should therefore be to maximize income while minimizing expenditure. Understanding these two concepts helps individuals project their financial standing and plan toward their goals.
WHY DO I NEED TO PLAN MY FINANCE?
Personal finance is mostly relative to the individual’s mindset, choices, and lifestyle. Certain individuals have no financial projections, nor do they have goals. Having a financial plan is just like intending to have a fit body, and then taking steps to cut down on unnecessary junk food and registering at the local gym. In the same way, you plan for your social lifestyle, and physical body, this same energy should be directed toward your finances.
Financial planning is a methodical process whereby a person makes the most of their financial resources by managing their money wisely to best meet their financial goals and objectives. We all know the health implications of eating too much, so we pay attention to what we eat and how we eat it. Likewise, you should also pay attention to the implications of spending more than you earn. A financial heart attack, including debt, bankruptcy, and a lifetime of bad credit, may result from continuously spending more than you make. A personal financial plan functions as a financial diet plan.
WHAT THEN IS BUDGETING?
A budget is an economic concept; governments, companies, and individuals use budgets to estimate their income and outlays for a given period. Budgets are essentially plans for a specific period and are known to increase the success of any financial endeavor significantly.
The objective of a personal budget is to minimize expenses and maximize savings. You can use the additional money you save by reducing your less-needed expenditure and raising your savings rate toward significant long-term financial objectives. Budgeting is essential if you want to control your spending, be ready for unforeseen circumstances, and be able to afford your needs without falling into debt. It doesn’t have to be tedious, you don’t have to be brilliant at arithmetic, and keeping track of your income and expenses doesn’t mean you can’t buy items that you want. It simply means that you will be more aware of where your money is going and that you will be more in control of your finances.
The concept of budgeting is not to make you feel bad after spending. The goal of budgeting is to ensure you can save some money each month, ideally at least 10% of your total income, or at the very least, to ensure you are not spending more than you bring in.
. To successfully create a personal budget, you must first meticulously track your income and expenses. Making a budget is simple once you keep track of your money. Your expenditure is far more difficult to identify or track. You may start the crucial process of classifying all your income and spending once you have a complete list of all your bank deposits, outgoing checks, and transfers.
Having the right attitude toward money is the backbone of having a budget.
CREATING A BUDGET
The following steps will take you to a healthy financial budget
FIGURE OUT YOUR NET INCOME:
Your net income serves as the cornerstone of an efficient budget. Your take-home pay is the sum of your income less tax, including other benefits. Focusing on your gross pay instead of your net pay may cause you to overspend because you will believe you have more money accessible than you have. Keep thorough records of your contracts, and compensations if you are a contractor or a freelancer to manage erratic revenue.
ANALYSE YOUR SPENDINGS
Finding out where your money is going comes after determining how much money you make. This will help you cut costs by keeping track of and classifying your expenses. List your fixed expenses first. These are typical monthly expenses like utility bills, rent, and so forth. Next, make a list of your variable expenses, which include things like groceries, transportation, and feeding, among others, and could differ from month to month.
SET SENSIBLE OBJECTIVES:
Make a list of short-term and long-term financial goals. Short-term goals which can be completed in one to three years might include actions like creating an emergency fund or reducing debts. Long-term goals take years to accomplish. Although your goals don’t have to be unchangeable, knowing what they are can inspire you to keep to your budget. For instance, if you know you are saving for a vacation, it might be simpler to reduce spending.
The difference between what you spend and what you wish to spend is where everything comes together. To estimate your spending over the next few months, use the list of variable and fixed expenses that you have established. Contrast it with your net income. Consider creating direct and clear spending limits on each category.
You could decide to further segment your spending by dividing it into wants and needs. For example, petrol is considered a need if you will commute to work in your car every day. On the other hand, an online movie subscription might be considered a want. When you’re looking for strategies to reroute money toward your financial goals. This distinction becomes crucial.
REVIEW YOUR BUDGET FROM TIME TO TIME:
All items in your budget may not be certain. For example, your expenses might change, you might get a salary increment, and you might reach a goal and want to set a new goal. Whatever the reason is, establish the practice of routinely reviewing your budget by using the preceding procedures.
Knowing your monthly income and expenses will help you to endure that your money is being used for the best. A budget can help people who have a good salary and enough money left over after paying all expenses to maximize their savings and investments.
Any budget should concentrate on identifying and categorizing all expenses that happen during the month, quarter, and year if one’s monthly expenses normally absorb the majority of net income.
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