It’s a wonderful day today. And yes, it’s the first day of the month, November. We, at VTpass say a happy new month to every Nigerian. November is really one great month to look forward to. For one, it is the very month that heralds December. And December, of course, signals the end of the year 2017. So technically, November is that last month where we get to make trailing memories and cross milestones. For businesses, it is just the right time of the year to start rounding off goals. And mapping out the last great feat to achieve.
We, at VTpass, earmark November as one great month to leave a lasting imprint on the hearts of our customers. In fact, this is the time of the year where we get to serve you most. You are still wondering what we do? Well, we are not tired of reiterating our effective service to you.
VTpass is that one online payment platform where you get to pay for all your everyday services. You can pay for your electricity bills, cable TV subscriptions, phone airtime and data subscriptions. And these things you can do just by logging on to www.vtpass.com.
So, at VTpass, we want to walk alongside you as you work harder this November to meet up with those goals. Why worry about settling bills when you have other things to worry about? Let us pay the bills while you get on to making your business reach those set goals. Just log on to www.vtpass.com today to start paying in three easy steps.
That said, you might want to know the very meaning and significance of November. Well, here is it all spelt out for you:
November derives from the Latin root novem- meaning “nine,” because in the Roman calendar there were only ten months in the year, and November was indeed the ninth month.
For many English speakers, November marks the point in the year when the cold begins to set in. And for those in the tropical region, the November Harmattan is something no one really looks forward to. This association is no doubt why November’s adjectival form, Novemberish, means “dreary,” and why the month’s original name in Old English was Blōtmōnað, literally “blood-month.”. It was the time when the early Saxons prepared for winter by sacrificing animals, which they then butchered and stored for food. November is also called Blōtmōnað in America, particularly during the weeks leading up to their turkey-filled Thanksgiving dinner.
But November need not be Novemberish and Harmattanish for us here. There is Black Friday to look forward to.
- November’s birthstones are the topaz (particularly, yellow) which symbolizes friendship and the citrine.
- Its birth flower is the chrysanthemum
Make this November one to remember by integrating VTpass into your lifestyle. Just visit www.vtpass.com to do this. And begin to pay your MTN, AIRTEL, 9MOBILE and GLO airtime and data subscription with ease. Just as you can pay your electricity bills and DSTV, GOTV and STARTIMES subscription with perfect convenience.
Happy New Month!