MTN otherwise known as Mobile Telecommunications Network company is a South African multination giant in the telecommunication industry.

With a presence in more than 20 countries worldwide, MTN is the largest telecommunications company in Africa and the 8th largest in the world.

MTN is a very popular telecommunications service provider in Nigeria with the West African nation single-handedly accounting for over a third of the company’s revenue.

The company penetrated the Nigerian market in the early 2000s with its targeting of Nigeria’s young populace. Introducing free night calls, affordable data plans and more important, cheap mobile phone SIM cards. Today more and more Nigerians are using MTN for data services which brings us to the main gist of today.

MTN daily plans and everything you should know about them.


The number one complaint on the lips of most Nigerians in recent times has been the high cost of data. It is not a hidden secret that most telecommunications network providers are ripping customers off with data rates as high as 3 Naira per megabyte and even then service providers do not provide full value for service!

To answer the question posed by this subtopic, unfortunately, MTN is not better than other network service providers when it comes to data tariff rates, but at least you can bank on the availability of service.


You have 7 options when it comes to MTN daily data plans. With this variety to choose from, you have to choose a plan that will suit your needs. For example, if you know you are going to spend the day on Instagram, it might be more advisable for you to go for an “Instabinge” plan than say, go for the 75MB plan. Now let’s take a cursory look at the different plans:

  1. MTN 25MB daily plan: The 25MB plan will cost you 50 Naira. It is expensive like most data plans in Nigeria but can be helpful when you want to quickly check something online. Just make sure that it is not on Instagram!
  2. MTN 75MB daily Plan: This plan will cost you 100 Naira. It is still expensive but more reasonably priced than its previous counterpart. Do you need to do a quick research on your mobile phone and you don’t have money for a monthly plan? This is the perfect plan for you.
  3. MTN 250MB Instabinge plan: Heads up! This plan can only be used for surfing Instagram. If you want to spend some time on Instagram only and have limited budget, then this plan is for you! It costs only 100 Naira, but remember, you can only use it for Instagram.
  4. MTN 1GB daily Instabinge plan: This plan will cost 200 Naira and can only be used for Instagram like the previous plan that we discussed.
  5. MTN 250MB Nightlife plan: Like every other network service provider in Nigeria, MTN also has a night browsing plan. For this specific plan, MTN offers you 250MB for just 25Naira! It is one of their most generous plans and should be taken advantage of by freelancers and researchers alike. You can however only subscribe for one nightlife plan per day so don’t get any funny ideas. Okay?
  6. MTN 500MB Nightlife plan: Like its predecessor, this plan is made for nightwalkers. You can get 500MB for 50 Naira. Cheap right? We think so too!
  7. MTN 25 Naira WhatsApp daily plan: For people that are not interested in browsing other websites but just want a simple plan that can allow them chat on WhatsApp, this plan is for you. Make calls at your own risk though!

You can subscribe for ALL MTN data plans on VTpass by visitng this page:

9Mobile Data: Everything You Need To Know & Subscription Codes

9Mobile Data: Everything You Need To Know & Subscription Codes

9mobile is a Nigerian telecommunication company that is popular among young people. The company is well known, even though it is barely 4 years old. 9mobile as a brand started as an offshoot of Middle-Eastern giants Etisalat. The company was thrust in the limelight due to the debt owed by Etisalat running into billions of dollars. The company was ultimately sold to a company called Teleogy holdings and it ushered in the dawn of 9mobile Nigeria.

Although one must note that 9mobile data plans cost significantly more than other telecommunication network providers in the country, it must also be said that 9mobile is also more significantly better in service provision. The name 9mobile is derived from the brand built by Etisalat known as 0809ja for life because of Etisalat mobile numbers that start with 0809. The brand also changed its colour to represent vibrancy, dynamism and life.

Now let’s take a look at the different data plans:

9mobile Data: Daily Plans

50 Naira for 25MB *229*3*8#

100 Naira for 100MB *229*3*1#

200Naira for 650MB  *229*3*2#

9mobile Data: Night/Weekend Plans

200 Naira for 1GB (12am-5am)  *229*3*11#

1,000 Naira for 2GB (7pm-7am daily & Weekend only)  *229*3*12#

2,000 Naira for 5GB (7pm-7am &Weekend only) *229*3*13

Weekly Plans

200 Naira for 150MB *229*2*10#

Monthly Plans

1,000 Naira for 1.5GB  *544*1*3#

2,000 Naira for 3.5GB *544*2*3#

3,500 Naira for 6.5GB *544*3*3#

8,000 Naira for 16GB *544*4*1#

10,000 Naira for 22GB *555*2#

18,000 Naira for 42GB *544*4*3#

You can buy all these data plans and more easily, by clicking this page: on any device.

Please note that when you buy data with VTpass, our services are delivered promptly and quickly to you.

More than that, you will receive a bonus from 9mobile when you buy data using our services.

To find out how you can share data between yourself and your family & friends, kindly visit this page here.

You can also learn how to subscribe for Airtel Data plans by going here.

Airtel Data Plans: Subscription codes and everything You Need to Know

Airtel: subscription codes for data and everything You Need to Know

Airtel is a telecommunication giant in Africa and Asia with a wide coverage area. Having undergone changes from the early days of Econet to Celtel, Zain and finally Airtel, the company has seen a balance in recent years. Known as one of the networks with the highest coverage in Nigeria, Airtel prides itself as the ‘smartphone network’. Airtel has a range of calls and data bundles that can be used across devices. This post will extensively cover ALL their data plans.

Important Note!

You can subscribe for any Airtel Data plan by dialling *141# or by visiting and buying with your card.

Now let’s get back to the remaining data plans. We will be discussing Airtel daily data plans, Airtel weekly data plans and Airtel monthly data plans. The telecommunication company’s data plan costs range from as little as 50 Naira to as much as 136,000 Naira. Whatever the plan you decide to subscribe for will be dependent on your needs.

Daily data plans

Daily Subscriptions

Price Data Allowance Validity USSD Code Buy From Vtpass
#50 25MB 1 day *141*50# Buy Now
#100 75MB 1 day *141*100# Buy Now
#300 1GB 1 day *141*354# Buy Now
#500 2GB 1 day *141*504# Buy Now

Weekly Data Plans

Price Data Aloowance Validity Period USSD Code Buy From  VTpass
300 350mb 1 week 141*300# Buy Now
500 1gb 1 week *141*502# Buy Now
1500 6gb 1 week *141*1504# Buy Now

Monthly Data Plans

Price Data Allowance Validity Period USSD Code Buy From VTpass
1000 1.5 GB 1 month *141*1000# Buy Now
1200 2 GB 1 month *141*1200# Buy Now
1500 3GB 1 month *141*1500# Buy Now
2000 4.5GB 1 month *141*2000# Buy Now
2500 6GB 1 month *141*2500# Buy Now
3000 8GB 1 month *141*3000# Buy Now
4000 11GB 1 month *141*4000# Buy Now

Although there are a few other special data plans not covered by this post, it, however, gives you a piece of detailed information about Airtel Nigeria’s data plans and subscription codes. To find out how to share data between family and friends, kindly read this post.


This post will answer some of the following questions:

1. What is the stamp duty charge

2. How much is the charge for stamp duty

3. Are Agents charged for stamp duty?

4. Is stamp duty charge the same as a convenience fee?

Stamp duty charge is a statutory charge payable on electronic transfers and cash payments into a corporate account.

How Much is The Charge for Stamp Duty

Stamp duty charge is a charge of N50 on every transaction from N1,000

What you need to know about the CBN’s N50 stamp duty:

1. It is an Act that was passed into law called the Stamp Duties Act 2004 and Federal Government Financial Regulations 2009, but implementation started in 2016.

2. The Stamp Duty charge is not being imposed by VTpass, but by the Federal government through the CBN.

3. The imposition of the Stamp Duties Act is to enhance the government’s revenue generation drive which has become necessary due to the fall in global oil prices.

4. All receipts, whether Cash or Electronic transfers from N1000 and above into a Current account is eligible and will be charged N50 stamp duty.

5. Only Current accounts are eligible to be charged Stamp Duty on all receipts.

6. The N50 requirement for the charge will be charged per transaction and not per volume; that is any transactions from N1,000 and above.

7. The N50 duty only applies to payments made into the company’s designated account for wallet funding.

Kindly note that when you credit your wallet by either paying into our bank account or by bank transfer, a

duty charge of N50 is automatically deducted from your payment by The Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) for paying into a corporate account.

So that means we can only credit your wallet with the remainder of the amount. For example, if you make a payment of 1000 into the VTpass account, you will be credited 9950 in your wallet because of the automatic deduction by CBN.

Our advice is, when crediting your wallet, add an extra 50 Naira so that

Are Agents charged for stamp duty?
Kindly note that the stamp duty charge is applicable to all agents, terminal agents, trade partners, refer a friend, regular users in as much it has to do with wallet crediting.


How To Start Your Own Business

Start your own business

Starting a business could be one of the most rewarding things you would ever do. For one, you will be the boss of yourself; which means that you control your working hours, your schedule and your risks. More importantly, you will be making a living for yourself! Which is fantastic.

For starters, there are some things you need to put in mind before starting a business.


One of the best ways to do good business is to look out for a problem in your neighborhood, community, street, etc. and look for a solution to it.

If you are short of a business idea, then you should consider becoming a VTpass terminal agent. If you don’t know how to, read this post here on how to become a terminal agent.


Another important step when one is trying to start a business is looking for a good location. Many franchisers in business consider your outlet location as a paramount prerequisite before granting or denying you a franchise. This means that the business world and indeed business people are aware of the importance of location. Choose somewhere that is located near your target audience and somewhere that is quite accessible.

Here are a few order things you should do when starting a business.

  1. Own your name. Make sure the company name you choose is one with an available trademark and Internet domain name. To see if a trademark is available, you can do a trademark search online through the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s website. Failure to properly obtain a trademark could put your fledgling business at risk — not to mention that the time and money you have invested in establishing your business name could go to waste if someone else owns the trademark. Don’t assume your new business name is not trademarked because you were unsuccessful finding such name on the Internet, either. Someone could have used the name for a business that closed, or filed a trademark and never used it.
  2. Get in with the law. Understand what regulations, licenses and taxes you will need to follow, obtain and pay for your new business. After doing some initial research on your own, consult with a lawyer and accountant to confirm your understanding and to help structure your business to be in compliance with the law. Generally speaking, you will need to need to (i) ensure you are charging the correct amount of tax your service or product that your business is promoting, if applicable and (ii) obtain all of the proper licenses needed to run your new business, at a minimum. Establishing a successful business is hard enough. The last thing you need is some technical legality or administrative detail to stand in the way of your success.
  3. How much do you need to live? When working on your business plan, do not forget about the most important factor: YOU. You need to take into account your living costs. Rent, mortgages, and health insurance — these are all things that don’t pay for themselves. You will most likely need to cut out all the unnecessary extras you can live without. Make sure you account for unforeseen or unexpected expenses by factoring a little flexibility into your budget for those “just-in-case” moments. You might even consider taking a part-time job until things pick up with your new venture and speak to a financial planner to help you budget yourself properly.
  4. Where are you in your life? Starting a new business takes brains, bravery, and what will seem to be endless hours of hard work. When you own your own company, there is always something that has to get done. You will most likely find yourself working at least 60-80 hours a week for the first two years. With that said, I’ll ask you one very important question: Are you ready to give up your personal life for the next three years?
  5. Don’t over — or underspend. Starting a business can be incredibly financially tasking on you and your family. You will need to learn where and when to spend. It’s important not to waste those precious seed dollars but it’s equally important to spend where necessary. In any business, you often have to spend money to make money.  Don’t skip out on things your company needs. For example, it may be worth it to put 1500 Naira in an online vendor listing, but it may not be necessary to give every new customer a 15 Naira mug. Be sure to keep up with technology too — there are many time-saving programs and apps (including free or inexpensive ones) that can help you keep track of it all, and as we all know, “time is money.”

Reasons You Should Choose VTpass

chose vtpass

VTpass is an online bills payment/processing platform with a fast-growing network of agents across the country. In earnest, the acronym VTpass translates to V-voucher, T- ticket, and P pass. And that’s exactly what we are specialised in. We look forward to a time where you can pay for all your on one platform with us!

VTpass, as we know, is a bills payment platform designed to help individuals make payments for various services ranging from TV subscription, electricity bill payment, airtime recharge, internet data purchase, education bill payments, event tickets and lots more.

With its very robust API, VTpass powers a lot of third-party platforms who provide similar services.

Furthermore, here are five reasons why you should trust VTpass for online bills-payment;


Simply visit on your browser or download the VTpass app for android to make bills-payment


All transactions carried out on VTpass is 100% secure and you would only be charged upon confirmation. Your credit/debit card details are very secure when you chose VTpass and you will NEVER be charged for a service you did not authorize. It is important to us that you feel safe when you use us.


Carry out your bills-payment on VTpass and get the service delivered in less than 30secs.


Make payment for any service from the convenience of your home or work-space as all you need to do is log in to on any device to carry out the transaction. 


VTpass services are active 24/7 and its customer support agents are always ready to attend to your needs.
Contact us;

Phone: 08138752358


You can renew or upgrade your GOtv online in a few simple steps:

To pay for your GOtv online, you would need your IUC number handy. Your IUC number is a unique 10-digit code number that represents your GOTV decoder account. It is normally written on a red sticker just underneath your GOTV decoder.

You will also need a debit card with which you will be making payment.

VTpass allows the subscriber to pay into his subscription account for the renewal of his services from the VTpass web link. This platform interfaces with a billing system that will give you the subscriber immediate value and you will be connected within a few minutes!.

To pay your GOtv subscription online: Kindly make sure that your decoder is turned on so that `your decoder can receive signals from GOTV towers.

Log on to and select the GOtv bouquet of your choice (GOtvlite, GOtv Vslur, GOtvplus or GOTV max).

Enter your IUC number, e-mail address, and enter your mobile phone number.

Kindly enter your name and double-check to see that your IUC was filled correctly

Choose your payment method

Enter your card details i.e. Card Number and Expiry Date as inscribed on your debit card, and then enter your 4 digit PIN.

Click PAY once, the transaction has been completed and your GOtv account is credited, your viewing will be restored.

That is how easy it is to pay for Gotv online in Nigeria. For an equally helpful post on how to pay for your DSTV online in Nigeria, kindly visit this page.

You can also learn how to subscribe for your startimes bouquets here.

VTpass Presents: Terminal Agents Bumper Rewards

Terminal agents

Hello Terminal agents! Good news here:

You can now enter this competition to stand a chance of winning 25,000 Naira weekly in the VTpass Terminal agents bumper giveaways. For the month of September, we are giving away 100,000 Naira to 4 deserving terminal agents weekly. This giveaway is our token of thanks to all of our terminal agents who continue to help us achieve our goals as a company. So how does this work?

Terminal Agents Bumper Rewards: How Does it Work?

As already explained above, we are going to be giving away 25,000 Naira away every week to the overall winner and also we would be giving away consolation prizes to other runners up every week. So the question is how do you become the first position?

Terminal Agents Bumper Rewards: How Do You Win?

The only thing you need to do to stand a chance of winning is that you have to carry out a minimum of 50 transactions per week.

Do you think it’s difficult? Here’s the breakdown:
Carry out about 7 transactions every day for one week
that amounts to 49 transactions
Add one more transaction to it on any day
What do you have? 50 transactions!

Kindly note that the more transactions that you carry out, the better your chances of winning every week!

Don’t know how to get more customers for your terminal agent business? Read this post here to learn how to attract new customers.

How To Recharge Prepaid Electricity Meter Online

How To Recharge Prepaid Electricity Meter Online

How To Recharge Prepaid Electricity Meter Online

If you are still visiting ‘NEPA” office in order to recharge your prepaid electricity bill then you are obviously still living in the past. Not to worry, that’s not entirely a bad idea and you are probably not alone. A few of us stick to old ways because we prefer to do what has been working for us. However, a wise man once said that “if you don’t try new things, then you might never find out what you are missing”. Having said that, the fact that you are reading this post is a step in the right direction. This now means that you are willing to learn and learn you shall.

Let’s delve into how to recharge electricity meter online.

How To Recharge Prepaid Electricity Meter online: What Are Prepaid Electricity Meters?

A few years ago, the Nigerian government decided to combat cases of electricity price hike, energy theft, and corruption of the then PHCN staff by introducing prepaid electricity meters. Prepaid electricity meters work the same way a mobile phone works. You recharge it at the beginning of the month (or whenever your previous energy time was spent), then you will use it while you are charged for consumption. Please note that prepaid meters are radically different from postpaid in that while postpaid allows you to consume energy in advance, prepaid meters only serve you energy in arrears of you purchasing units.

Now that we know what prepaid electric meters, let’s go straight to you purchasing units to recharge the units.

How To Recharge Prepaid Electricity Meter online Using VTpass

VTpass is a bills payment platform where you can buy and pay for most utility bills and prepaid electricity meters are not left out. Here are the steps you would need to take.

  1. Visit
  2. Select “pay electricity bills” from the dropdown menu at the top left. Choose your energy provider and click go.
  3. Fill in the details and chose the “prepaid” option. Input your meter number (for a detailed post on how to find your meter number, go here) and submit.
  4. Input your payment details, submit and receive your token in your email in a matter of minutes.

That’s the easiest and dare we say the most convenient means of recharging your prepaid electricity meter online. Enjoy!




These days, there are generally more bad news than good news. But what you about to hear now is an absolute joy!:

Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company ( recharge and bills payment is now available on VTpass!


IBEDC is an electricity distribution company that serves four states namely Oyo, Ogun, Osun, and Kwara states.

  Their goal, as espoused by their website is to put their customers first and hold them as the fulcrum of their business.

IBEDC is also the largest provider of electricity in the country as they cover the four aforementioned states as well as some parts of Niger and Ekiti states


VTPass is a platform through which you can make convenient payment for your day to day services like Phone Airtime RechargeInternet Data bundle subscription, Cable TV subscription such as DTSVGOTV, Startimes, Electricity bills (PHCN) and many other services.  

How do I pay my IBEDC bill online?

You can pay your IBEDC bill online by following these simple steps:

Visit  or download our VTpass mobile app on Google Play Store.

Click on Electricity payment.

Select your Electricity area & Meter type.

Enter your correct Meter & Payment details.

Click Submit and get your Token instantly.


VTpass is a bill processing platform with a huge experience in the electricity bills payment platform

Your IBEDC token will be delivered to you promptly,

You can pay your IBEDC bill whether you are using a post-paid or prepaid meter

We have a 24-hours customer support system in case something goes wrong (but it won’t go wrong!)

You would like to know that we also you can also pay for your DSTV, Gotv and Startimes subscriptions as well as buy airtime and data on You can also buy your WAEC registration pins and result checker pin.