WHAT VTPASS PROMISES FOR THE NEW YEAR

With a lot of Eureka and a whole lot more of cold climate, the new year ushered in itself yesterday. And needless to say, quite a number of us were more than glad to welcome the new year. So, before anything else, VTpass wishes everyone a happy new year. There is nothing like stepping into newness and beginning afresh. And for those who have been savouring the convenience VTpass offers, it’s just the continuation of goodness. And for those new to the goodness VTpass has to offer, it really is the beginning of great things.

Well, VTpass is an online website that holds the key to convenience when it comes to paying your everyday bills. It’s good enough to take up time and energy to go pay your electricity bill or renew your tv subscription. But wouldn’t it be just great if you can pay your bills right where you are, in your home or office? And you get your service delivered to you in the nick of time. Well, this is what www.vtpass.com offers- a veritable way of paying your bills with convenience and speed. You can log on to www.vtpass.com and pay your electricity bills as well as your tv subscription. You can also buy your airtime and data and so many more.

This is a great access point for many, old and young. But with a service this good, it’s inevitable to have hitches and downtimes here and there. And while we helped many get past the hurdles of paying bills, several complaints also trailed our service rendering in the year 2017. And being a customer-savvy company, we will agreeably lay claim and apologise for any sort of dissatisfaction any of our customers experienced.

But then, 2017 is gone and 2018 is right here on our doorstep. As an organisation, we are pricing ourselves to tighten several knots and fill up looped corners. In essence, we promise better things and a better service this year. And we are in many ways inclined to share our promises with you, our customer and life support.

Service

Image result for offerfing service through the laptopIt’s easy to get put off when you want to pay for service, and some errors take the place of a well-pronounced page. And although we can attribute this to a lot of external factors. We do acknowledge our part in this just as we recognise the urgency this arising issue requires. In light of this, we do promise that all hands will be on deck to attend to the issues of service errors and delays.

Reliability

Image result for business handshakeIt takes quite a bold leap to trust your payment affairs to an external body. But when it comes to VTpass, you should know that you can put trust on a sail and watch it come back to you unaffected. You can trust us with your resources. And this includes your time and money. We are a reliable brand solely up for the payment of your everyday bills with ease and speed.

Support

Image result for customer careAttending to the complaints of a whole lot of people can be quite overwhelming. But at VTpass, we manage to work around this and touch the arising matters of as many as reach out to us. You think we have not done enough? Well, you should be on guard because, this year, we promise to offer 100% support for our customers.

In all, using www.vtpass.com is sure to be one of a pleasant experience this year. So, you can log on to www.vtpass.com to pay your electric bills, tv subscriptions, Mtn, Glo, Airtel, 9mobile airtime and data. And you will be sure to get the right value at the right time.

BANGERS AND FIRECRACKERS: The Sound of Christmas

Firecrackers originated in China from as early as 200 BC. But then, these firecrackers were merely bamboos. These bamboos produced the same loud bang we know now when placed near heat continuously. Soon afterwards, the invention of gunpowder changed everything. And right now, nothing beats the colourful sparkles and crackling sounds that fill the air every Yuletide season. Indeed, bangers and firecrackers make Christmas all the better and better.

But then, what’s a good sound without comfort? And what’s a good banger full Christmas without convenience? Get all the comfort and convenience you need this Yuletide period with VTpass. VTpass is comfort. Right from your comfort, you can pay for your daily services and settle your bills from your phones. So, just by logging in to www.vtpass.com, you can make payment for your electricity bills, data, tv subscriptions and airtime.

But come to think of it, are these blaring sounds of Christmas still heard today?

Unfortunately, nearly not. Somehow, back in the mid-90s, people began to condemn the use of bangers and firecrackers. Many saw them as noise pollutions, and threats to societal peace. In fact, some thought they posed dangers to the kids who took delights in throwing off these bangers.

Before then, right from December 1, it was not uncommon for kids to herald in the month with the loud sounds of these knockouts. While kids cherished the little bangers they threw on the floor, teenagers liked to deal more with firecrackers. They would throw these firecrackers to the sky and have them splash colours over people’s heads. As the days drew closer to its end, so did the sound increase. And the splashing colours too, they got brighter. Most times, it was hard to tell a street you knew earlier in the year. Because apart from the fact that there would be a lot of colourful adornments, loud banger noises usually blared from all corners.

firecrackersMost adults couldn’t stand the jeering kids who waited in corners to scare them out of their wits. And the kids, they expended all their pocket money in buying these knockouts. In time, it became evident that no one wanted much to do with these explosives. This became even more evident when these explosives, one or the other, led to the jeopardy of some people’s lives. And now, we can only hear these sounds of Christmas in trickles here and there. But even though they may not sound as gallantly and highly as they used. It is apparent that they can never die so far as there are still kids out there.

VTpass wants to offer you comfort and ease this Yuletide period. Log on to www.vtpass.com to pay your electricity bills and DSTV, STARTIMES and GOTV subscriptions. Also, pay for your MTN, GLO, AIRTEL and 9MOBILE airtime and data subscriptions in three easy steps. It’s simple, safe and reliable.

 

BLACK NOVEMBER IS THE NEW BLACK FRIDAY

The end of every month brings with it a new hope for the things that are yet to be. But alongside this new found hope, there are lots of pending bills to pay. It can be frustrating enough trying to balance one’s account at the end of the month. But what is more frustrating is finding a way to settle our bills right on time and with ease. VTpass settles this problem with a reputable technical acumen. By logging on to www.vtpass.com, you get to pay for, not just your accumulated expenses, but your daily services. Through www.vtpass.com, you can pay your electricity bills, cable tv subscriptions, airtime, data and so on. So, November is drawing close to its end and it would be good to examine just the sheer significance of the month. And if there is anyone word to qualify November, it would be black. Black November.

Really, there was quite a lot of Black going on in November, the most notable of which is the Black Friday. But is this the reason for the name Black November? Not quite. We can bank the meaning more on a thrilling Nigerian 2012 action drama film. This film was called Black November and it did a lot to mirror the Niger Delta’s struggle against indiscriminate pollution of their environment.

But more than this, Black November has recently come to mean more than this. It now denotes the exhilarating, cheap offers and sales discount that comes with the month. Right from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday to Black Friday, there are always cheap sales and bonuses going all over. And now, even beyond Black Friday, goods go out at cheaper rates and people buy more in preparation for the incoming days of celebration.

In fact, you would want to know that Black Friday, as a one-day shopping spree is becoming extinct, giving way to the word Black November. “Analysts are proclaiming the death of Black Friday and the rise of Black November.” And although “Black Friday still remains one of the biggest shopping days of the year, but now it shares the spotlight with Thanksgiving, Cyber Monday, and the two weekend days in between. Thanksgiving is now the third-biggest shopping day of the year, behind Black Friday and Cyber Monday”. This was a report by Dennis Green. So, Black Friday is no longer just a day, it is now a whole month. Hence the word Black November.

Even as November fades away, know that you just walked through one of the most exhilarating seasons of the year. But if you did miss some set moments in the month, do not worry. We at VTpass see every month as a celebration and are all out to make you see that too. Do you need to get good services at just the right convenient time? Then, you should partner with us. Through our stable, www.vtpass.com, you can get your daily services like MTN, GLO, 9MOBILE, AIRTEL airtime and data. You can also get your DSTV, GOTV and STARTIMES tv subscriptions and electricity bills. And what’s more, you get your money’s worth. VTpass is a simple and secure way to celebrate every season.

 

THINGS USED AS CURRENCY BEFORE THERE WAS MONEY OR VTPASS

Ask any brilliant, economic mind out there what money or currency is. And they will go all out to say something like this:

Money is a current medium of exchange in form of coins and banknotes. Also, it refers to the assets, resources or wealth owned by something or someone.

One word that catches one’s eyes in this scholarly definition is the use of the word ‘current’. Somehow, this presupposes the idea that money as a medium of exchange evolves from time to time. Although we now employ coins and banknotes as our current currency. This might yet get to change in times to come.

Or has the change come already?

Well, steadily and surely, the currency/money change is happening. In fact, it is so in the air. First, there was the cashless policy. And now, there are online wallets from where you can save, withdraw and even spend money. Invariably, at the forefront of this cashless currency is VTpass.

VTpass is an online payment platform where anyone can pay for their everyday services. With www.vtpass.com, you can buy your MTN, GLO, AIRTEL and 9MOBILE airtime and data subscription. And also, you can also pay your electricity bills, DSTV, STARTIMES and GOTV cable tv subscriptions as well as perform other transactions.

And yes, as a registered user, VTpass also serves as an online wallet. Not only can you save any amount of money in a safe and secure wallet that belongs solely to you. You can also pay for services right from this wallet. What this means is that without having to withdraw from the bank and the likes, you can settle your everyday expenses. Right from your VTpass wallet, you can pay your electricity bills, tv subscriptions, data and airtime.

Evidently, the next medium of exchange is already on your doorstep with www.vtpass.com.

But then, it would be good if we took a time travel to the older generations to know just what they spent. If anything else, the coins and banknotes that seem to pervade everywhere were not in anyway what the Amazons and traditional people of the past spent.

So, here are the forms of money that were spent back in the days.

Let’s start with the most familiar of things:

  1. Gold: Now this is very familiar but rare. When gold was very abundant in African countries like Gold Coast (Ghana) and non-African countries like America’s California, it was of rare currency value. currencyJust like people would do anything for a lot of banknotes, it was not unusual to see people becoming slave miners just to get the feel of gold.
  2. Silver: Along this line, refined silver was also a valuable means to buy and sell.silver,currency
  3. Beads: Now going way back in time, beads were also of very weighty value.
  4. Stones: Now it is getting to sound ludicrous, right? Well, wait till you see others.
  5. cowry: This is quite familiar and precious. It was especially known with African countries like Nigeria. Now cowries are merely used as adornments, can you imagine?cowry,currency
  6. Shell: Don’t be put off. Using shell as a medium of exchange is actually the same as using cowries. Maybe even more precious. These shells, mostly clam and conch shells, are usually beautiful and exotic. Something you would want to keep with you, even. Now, you can simply find them at the beach. But this does not reduce their value anyway.shell,currency
  7. Copper: It’s a wonder if the people in the past ever knew that copper would count for something in the electrical world. Well, whether they knew or not, they thought of it as a valuable money medium.
  8. Salt: It was quite a luxury getting to have your food sweetened with salt. So yes, it served as a medium of exchange in the past. This might be due to its manner of discovery and the very fact that it was hard to refine and all.
  9. Paper:  The discovery of paper from trees created a very mad rush for it. It was a marvel. Well, not like this is any different from what we have. What we have now are faces printed on paper.
  10. Animals: Now this has nothing to do with the buying and selling of animals for festivities. This actually involves using animals as cows and sheeps as currencies. Not only that, even fishes and animal dungs were means of trade by barter. The dungs of bats, in particular, were very expensive currencies.
  11. Plants: The people of the past hadn’t a care in the world so they could afford to trade barley for tea plants. Just as they could mess around with using peppercorns and rice as money values. Now rice was quite something then.
  12. Blood: Don’t puke at this one. Because any day, anytime, the human blood will always be valuable and a viable currency. Blood is life itself; it restores life to a dying person. It’s no wonder we have a blood bank. And if kidneys, lungs, hearts, hair and the likes are now donated, why couldn’t the people of the past sell blood.

So we are now past all these old currencies and money medium. And we are even walking into a new era of online exchanges. Indeed, change is the one constant thing in life. Vtpass forewords this new line of movement with the VTpass wallet. By being a registered member of www.vtpass.com, you can save, withdraw and transfer money from your VTpass wallet. Not only that, you can also make payment for your everyday services in three easy steps through your VTpass wallet. Hence, you can pay your electricity bills, Mtn, Airtel, Glo and 9mobile airtime and data subscriptions. You can as well as renew your Dstv, Gotv and Startimes subscriptions through www.vtpass.com.

The future is already here with www.vtpass.com and you can’t afford to be left behind.

TRADITIONAL WAYS OF COMMUNICATION

Tuesday always has a traditional feel to its turned up rhythm. Blaring music, plugged in conversations and social media gags take a higher volume. And this is all in the hope of getting the right flavour to spice up the week. So, in more ways than one, modern communication has made Tuesdays and every other day so much fun. Anyway, communication gets even better with VTpass. You can easily get enough data or airtime for your numerous social media activities by just logging on to www.vtpass.com. The way it goes these days, it seems that besides the modern days of communicating, there has never been any other way of communicating.

But we all know that this is not the case, really. There have always been various ways of communicating in what we can call the traditional days. But not only that, these traditional methods synergise with the very modern means of communication.

Here is how:

So, traditional communication has to do with those communication routes that used to be and still exist in rural regions. It usually involves verbal media more than any other medium. Of course, modern communication is more concerned with the use of machines and technology to affect communication.

To share ideas, the people of the past would usually do engage in

conflict resolutions, cultural festivities and didactic artistry like oral literature that incorporates mystical rituals, folktales, drama, dance and the likes.

Through the intertwining of these methods, a message receives amplification in the clearest form possible.

You would agree that this, in a way, bears similarity with the methods through which the modern people communicate. To pass an information, people take to the social media platforms with posts that give information as well as entertain. In fact, everybody goes to these platforms for various reasons. While some just want to have fun, others take to telling people about what to do. But hey, one thing stands certain- creativity and entertainment drive an information to the fore.

just like we have in the modern communication arena, there were also various platforms through which messages were passed traditionally.

The market square: Apart from the original purport of buying and selling, the market square serves well as a communication arena. Women who have picked information from various places spread it around with the word of mouth. Just like the rural arena, VTpass serves as a platform through which you can pay for your everyday services like airtime, data, electricity bills and tv subscriptions. And of course, this helps you connect to the various other communicative platforms.

Town criers: This has always been a veritable way of communicating in the past.

Social Functions: Through social functions, information is easily passed around.

There are also non-verbal ways of passing information traditionally. For example, we have the idiophones which have to do with high sounding instruments that produce their own messages just by beating. The Yoruba talking drum, the Igbo Ikoro, Ogene and Ekwe are examples of these. Symbolic displays and gestures are also traditional non-verbal ways of communication.

It’s good to reminisce about how the past traditional ways of communication. But it is evident that the world has since moved from these methods to a modern means. VTpass offers you quick access to your favourite communication platforms, be it the cable TV or internet. And that too in a convenient way. Just by logging on to www.vtpass.com, you can pay for your everyday services. You can pay your electricity bills, DSTV, STARTIMES, GOTV subscriptions in a jiffy. You can also pay for your MTN, AIRTEL, GLO, 9MOBILE airtime and data and get that fast connection to the world out there.

 

BLACK FRIDAY 2017: THE BUILD UP

It’s that time of the year when we are so all for a spending spree. It’s that time of the year that we can afford to buy those things that have been lounging in our minds for a very long time. Just a few days and it will be Black Friday. And are we all ecstatic? So, the popular mindset that trails every Black Friday is Buy more, pay less. And there is no contending with that at all. But then, you would want to know more about Black Friday 2017.

Also, get ready to have one of your wow Black Friday moment with VTpass. VTpass, as an online payment platform, is set to unlock a wealth of opportunities on Black Friday that promises to make you feel all the more merrier. Stay logged on to www.vtpass.com and continue to conveniently pay for your everyday bills. With www.vtpass.com, you can pay your electricity bills, cable tv subscriptions, airtime and data subscriptions.

But what does Black Friday connote and just when is Black Friday? Well, you are about to find out.

black fridayOne important event that precedes Black Friday is Thanksgiving day. Thanksgiving day is a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the previous year. It is a national holiday celebrated in the United States, Canada, Liberia and the Caribbean Islands. The set date is usually the fourth Thursday of November in the United States.

So, you can begin to imagine when Black Friday really is. Well, it is the Friday right after the Thursday of Thanksgiving. This means Black Friday falls on the last Friday of the month November. It varies between the days 23rd to 26th of every November. This year, Black Friday falls on the 24th of November.

WHY BLACK FRIDAY?

black fridaySo, the name Black Friday came about in a shopping context where it was used to describe the heavy and congestive traffic that always occurred on the day after Thanksgiving. The term was first used in 1961. And even till now, it is still being used. Black Friday is usually the busiest shopping day of the year. This is because people see it as the unofficial precedence to Christmas.  Again, Black Friday is usually a day off for employees. So, virtually all retailers in the country, big and small, offer various limited and cheap sales.

black fridayVTpass avails this opportunity to inform our customers of the numerous advantages giveaways that will be available on the 24th of November, Black Friday 2017. And what’s more, you do not even need to rush for a mad sale since you get to make very convenient sales online. More than this, you can always be sure to get good services and great convenience anytime you log on to www.vtpass.com. With wwww.vtpass.com, you can pay your electricity bills and DSTV, GOTV and STARTIMES subscriptions. You can also top up your MTN, GLO, AIRTEL, 9MOBILE airtime and data. So, every time you need to pay any of these bills, just visit www.vtpass.com because, with us, every day is Black Friday.

 

JEFF AND MACKENZIE BEZOS: VTPASS PROFILES

The world seems to always revolve around those it considers powerful and rich. And when it comes to power and wealth, one person that easily comes to mind is Jeff Bezos. Well, you might know Bezos as the founder of the world’s largest online retail company, Amazon. But there is actually more to him. And yes, there is his ‘resourceful, smart, brainy wife MacKenzie Bezos (alias Tuttle). This power couple has a lot of history hovering them which you would want to know about.

In like manner, VTpass is an online retail payment platform. And it solely deals with the provision of everyday services. This includes our everyday airtime and data services, cable TV subscriptions, electricity bills and so on. Hence, just by logging on to www.vtpass.com, you get to buy your MTN, AIRTEL, 9MOBILE, GLO airtime and data subscriptions. You can also renew your DSTV, STARTIMES AND GOTV subscriptions and electricity bills. In this light, we celebrate the person of Jeff Bezos as a success in the online trading sphere.

WHO IS JEFF BEZOS?

Jeff BezosJeff Bezos has an originally lengthy name which is spelt out as Jeffrey Preston Jorgensen in 1964. He was birthed by Ted and Jorgensen and Jacklyn Preston, who was 17 and with a rich heritage. After a year plus, Jacklyn left off her marriage with Ted and went for Miguel Mike Bezos. This caused Jeff’s panegyric name to simply become Jeff Bezos (not like it matters anyway).

Even as a child, Jeff showed deep interest in scientific matters. And all through his schooling, he pursued his interest. So that he went on to study electrical engineering and computer science at Princeton University.

BezosAfter school, Bezos worked in the computer science field and also ventured into the financial business, international trade and a hedge fund.

1994 was the year when Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in his garage at Seattle. And the rest is history. Right now, he owns nearly 17% of Amazon. His net worth is $95.4 bill. At a time, Bezos briefly topped Forbes’ ranks of the world’s richest in July 2017, as his online retailer’s stock surged.

SPACE TRAVEL

BezosBezo’s other passion is space travel. In fact, in an interview, he had when he was eighteen, he “said he wanted to build space hotels, amusement parks and colonies for 2 million or 3 million people who would be in orbit. According to him, ‘The whole idea is to preserve the earth’. And he has followed up with his dream with his aerospace company, Blue Origin. Right now, the space flight startup company is developing a reusable rocket that Bezos says will carry passengers. Even at this, Bezos has more ambitious plans for Blue Origin:

“We want to go everywhere, [requiring significantly lower launch costs.] Our number-one opponent is gravity. … The vision for Blue is pretty simple. We want to see millions of people living and working in space. That’s going to take a long time. I think it’s a worthwhile goal.”

Bezos exhibited an extension of his greatness when he purchased The Washington Post in 2013 for $250 million. Not just that, though, Bezos has contributed to the success of a whole lot of other companies. Companies like Airbnb, Linden Lab, Aviary, Google, Uber, Twitter etc. have benefitted from his funding. All these and much more are part of the Bezos Expedition.

And you would want to know that he featured in one of the Star Wars seasons.

MACKENZIE BEZOS

MacKenzieNot many will know Jeff Bezos’ wife. But the few who do knows that she is physically, mentally and financially on point. First off, she is a writer of great repute. Her first novel, The Testing of Luther Albright, won the 2006 American Book Award. She recently published another novel, Traps, in 2013.

bezosShe worked for Jeff Bezos in 1992 at his hedge fund job. During this time, she fell for his warm laughter and asked him out to a meal. After six months, they got married. And then, they moved to Seattle from New York together. So Mackenzie Bezos has been with Jeff right from his beginning as the founder of Amazon.

Right now, MacKenzie Bezos is the director of Bystander Revolution, an anti-bullying revolution which she founded in 2014.

So pretty much, this couple is making some big impact on humanity itself.

VTpass, as an online payment platform, is looking in the direction of greatness. And surely, we are heading there with our forward move to make the world a more convenient place. Now, you can easily buy your airtime, data, tv subscriptions and electricity bills by logging on to www.vtpass.com.

Here is a Jeff Bezos quote that will get you started on a successful future.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: VTPASS PROFILES STEVE JOBS

Thursday is one great day when we get to mirror the past life of people. We also get to describe their evolution as years go by. Well, today is another throwback Thursday. And while you are having fun catching up on the old school memories of your peeps. We, at VTpass, are also in bringing you up to date with the past life of a particular trailblazing legend. He is Steve Jobs. And sincerely, there is no need to introduce him. Because if nothing else, everyone knows he is the founder of Apple. And he is as well the pioneer of the groundbreaking trailblazing iPhone collection.

But before then, you would like to know that VTpass also has a continuous history of effectiveness in helping our customers settle the bill. Just by logging on to www.vtpasss.com, you can pay for all your everyday services. Talk of your electricity bills and DSTV, GOTV, STARTIMES subscription. Also, through www.vtpass.com, you can be sure to constantly get your phone airtime and data subscriptions. Be a part of our history by simply visiting www..vtpass.com.

In like manner, Steve Jobs as a businessman, an entrepreneur and a technologist has engraved his name in the sandstones of human history. Although he is dead, his memory and imprints will continually remain with us. On this note, we will go way back as far as the 20th century to see just how our legend rocked his days.

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Baby Steve Jobs

Jobs looking young and dap

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Steve Jobs is thirteen

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Steve as a young teen

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Steve is young and hippie

Steve finds his first love in computers

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Guess who is next to him. That’s WOZ, his friend and Co-founder of Apple II

A smile every now and then ain’t too bad for a brainard

Jobs on his BMW motorcycle

You guessed right. The invention of Apple II

Apple starts failing

He looks dapper here

And here too

Well, he didn’t fall. He just resigned from Apple

And then, he founded NeXT

Well, it took hard work and a lot of years. But Jobs owned Apple again.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference June 23, 2003 in San Francisco. Jobs announced the new Power Mac G5 desktop computer as well as software upgrades. 

Just like old times

And we should not forget that he was a husband, as well as a father

Jobs and Lauren Powell Jobs in Black and White

Lisa Brennan Jobs, daughter of Steve Jobs

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Jobs and son

Steve Jobs and Alicia Keys.

Is this a goodbye we are seeing?

So, ok. That’s enough on the tech guru. But one thing should be mentioned. Steve Jobs, as a person, rose from being an abandoned, adopted child who was troubled in school to being the world’s most innovative business mind. This goes a long way to show that just about anything is possible. We, at VTpass, share Job’s one view of life:

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This is the one thing that drives us at VTpass. And because of this, we have come up with quite innovative ways to serve our customers and do great work. Check out our site www.vtpass.com and let us serve you.

And to the great Jobs, we can only say what others have said:

WORLD SAVINGS DAY- How to keep up with your savings goal

One exciting part of childhood, you would remember, was having a piggy bank to throw in. It was a common trend amongst children who got stipends from their relatives. And it was quite a fun thing, saving for some rainy day which of course was nothing much. But then, growing up brings with it a lot of responsibilities. world saving dayAnd we inadvertently find ourselves spending more than we keep. Well, every October 31st is world savings day. And we should take out today to reflect on just how and why we should up our saving flair.

So yes, we all do not hope for a sore time in our lives. But then, things happen. And what we have stowed away is what keeps us on our toes for those times we need that extra back up and support. But then, there are more reasons why we need to save: 

  • To start up a business
  • For some short-term purpose like catering for a ceremony
  • For long-term purposes like building a land or house

And yes, you can save to take care of daily expenses. Rather than spending randomly, money can be kept aside to cater for your everyday services like phone airtime and data subscriptions. Also, other expenses like electricity bills and cable TV subscriptions can go into the daily savings. And it becomes easier to do this through the VTpass wallet.

What is VTpass Wallet

The Vtpass wallet is an e-wallet where you can keep and expend any amount of money. The most interesting thing is you can pay for services straight from the VTpass wallet. What this means is you no longer need to go withdraw from the bank to pay for the services you need. Hence, you can pay your electricity bills, DSTV, STARTIMES, GOTV cable subscriptions. Also, you can pay and get phone airtimes and data subscriptions through your VTpass wallet.

  1. All these can be done just by logging on to www.vtpass.com and registering on the site.

walletHow to Register on VTpass

  1. Log on to www.vtpass.com
  2. Click “Register” as found on the top left corner of the site.
  3. Enter the information required (email address, phone number etc.)
  4. Click “Submit

By merely following through on the site, you become a registered member.

How to credit your wallet.

To credit your wallet, simply do these:

  1. Log on to www.vtpass.com
  2. Log in with your registered email and password.
  3. Click “Credit Wallet” as it appears on the dashboard.
  4. Enter the amount you want to credit into your wallet.
  5. Click Submit
  6. Click “Pay With Card”
  7. Enter the required details and pay accordingly.

Once you are done with this, your wallet will be credited with the right amount. And you can begin to use the money to pay your electricity bills and cable TV subscriptions. And as well as your MTN, GLO, AIRTEL, 9MOBILE phone airtime and data subscriptions.

So, through VTpass wallet, you can keep up with your savings goal by keeping apart just the right amount you need to finance your daily expenses.

And here are other ways to keep up with your savings goal before the end of the year.

a. Cut down on unnecessary expenses

savingThis is some tip that most people are familiar with. But only a few people follow up on this. This is because not too many people do well with change. It is quite hard to cut down on the few luxuries we allow ourselves like the extra packs of chocolate or home appliances we could just as well avoid. And we mostly get the feeling that these little expenses do nothing to our money banks. Now, this is the mindset we need to deal with.

2. Every little kobo counts

Now, there is the need to embrace the mindset that every little penny counts. Hence, we should be conscientious of how we spend and why we spend. And what better way to keep in this mindset than by making a list of what you need before you get on to buy them.

3. Learn to be forgetful

world saving dayReally, the very best way to keep up with your savings goal is by forgetting you ever have money in the first place. This means you should stow away your money and if possible, minimise your means to access to the money. One good way to do this is by logging on to www.vtpass.com and registering on the VTpass wallet. With VTpass wallet, you can pay for your everyday services like your phone airtime, data subscription, cable TV subscription and electricity bills. And then, you can also save up the rest without having to touch it unless you need to.

So, it’s world savings day, and it’s high time you check on your piggy bank and reset your goals. You need help to meet up with those goals before the end of the year? Then cross over to www.vtpass.com now..

JOS PROFILED ON VTPASS

If there is ever any one activity that will always keep people connected and tickled, it’s travelling. Well, not that kind of travelling you do to go see your relatives or take a new wife. But the adventurous, thrilling travels.Really, it’s fun to visit places way different from what you are used to. You not only get the tingle of changing locations and living a different life in a different time frame, you also get to learn many new, exciting things as well as pick up on some habits and friends that might just change your life. So, if you are looking for a new place to explore and spread your wings, you might just want to try out Jos.

Jos is the capital of Plateau State. And Plateau is one of the thirty-six states in Nigeria. Jos, as a city, has quite a reckoning reputation and heritage which have earned it a place in the heart of locals and other expatriates.

josBefore we get to talk more about Jos, you would like to know that VTpass identifies with this great city and its people. Our presence is beyond doubt felt as we have made it very easy for nationals to pay for their bills with speed. Just by logging on to www.vtpass.com, you can, from anywhere in Jos, pay for your electricity bills, phone airtimes, data subscriptions, cable tv subscriptions and lots more.

In any case, here are certain things you should know about Jos.

History

josEvery place has a history, no doubt, and Jos is not excluded. Jos is said to have been the natural home of the Nok people. These Nok, who were mostly artisans have since not been found on the Jos grounds. Instead, a group of farming population now inhabit the place. Also, the area gained credence when tin was discovered in its vicinity. This drew the attention of the British colonials in those days. And it also caused a lot of people to migrate there. So that, at the moment, the city actually contains a mix of tribes and people. Even till now, Jos is known as the Tin City.

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Again, it would surprise you to know that this city was not exactly named Jos. According to some historians, the original Nok dwellers named it Gwosh. But when a group of Hausa migrants came, they could not quite get to say the word Gwosh. Instead, what they were able to pronounce was Jos. And the name just stuck over time. Not only that, other historians say Jos is a clip from the full name Jasad. The British who could not say Jasad or Jas just as well called it Jos.

Population

josFrom the 2006 census, it is easy enough to say that Jos has a population of 900,000 people. But with the years gone by, this number must have increased. This is not to talk of the constant incoming of people who cannot get enough of the place.

  • Tourist Centres

  • josTalking about those who can’t get enough, Jos is a sweetheart site for most tourists. And it is also a choice getaway for holiday seekers and vacationists. Why is this so? Well, there is the numerous beautiful places in Jos to start with. Talk of the National Museum, the Wildlife Park, the Rayfield golf centre and resort. Also, we have the University of Jos, with its teaching hospital. You want to feel the pump of the academic world, then this is a place to visit.
  • jos One particular place to go see is the Shere Hills, with its Riyom rocks that just about looks animated. Then the Ahmadu Bello Roundabout, the Pottery Hill, Jos-Bukuru dam are places for art and science oriented ones to take delight in. We can go on and on talking about places to see. The bottom line is a tourist can never get bored in Jos.

Jos Electric

josSo, all of these sightseeing and fun will not go down well if there is no stable energy support to go by. Well, Jos Electricity Distribution Company is that radiant part of Jos that supplies electricity to the people. When you go to Jos, visiting them is not such a bad idea. But if you just want to pay your bills, you do not need to go that far. All you need do is log on to www.vtpass.com, pay your bill and just like that, you get constant electricity.

Also, you can pay for other services like your MTN, 9MOBILE, GLO, AIRTEL  phone airtimes and data subscriptions. You can also pay for your DSTV, STARTIMES AND GOTV subscriptions.

Food

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So yes, you must admit that a great place without a great food culture is not great. Then you would like to know that Jos is not lacking when it comes to food. For one, there are new, great, delicious dishes you can pick from the city like the Habib Yoghurt, Tuwo, Kunu etc. Also, there are really nice places to go if you want to be treated to awesome intercontinental dishes. Located in the Railway Terminus market is the Felak Burger Bistro and Meat Shop. Apart from this, the Net Cafe also treats you to great desserts. And for a great main meal, just find your to The Lass. Again, one good thing about this place is that food items, especially agricultural products, are very affordable.

Security

josIn spite of the religious and ethnic clashes that sometimes occurs in this area, there is still a lot of peace and love between locales in the city. Also, the city is very accommodating and accepts guests well.

Climate

josNow, ask any tourist and one good news they will tell you about Jos is the climate. Jos is always very cool and temperate even at high altitudes. So that, every once in a while, snowfalls occur. The cool climate and airy atmosphere is one feat no other place in the tropical region of Africa can quite boast of.

Airports

If you already are thinking of visiting this amazing place, then you might like to know about Jos’ main airport. Yakubu Gowon Airport, that’s the name. However, there is also an internal airport called Jos Airport that transports people from Lagos to Jos.

  • So, at any time you decide to take a leap and cross over to Jos, remember this. VTpass, with its convenient online payment platform www.vtpass.com, will always be everywhere welcoming you with ease and in grand style.