Over some years now despite the existence of communication devices, alot of people still find it difficult to get use to the mode and operation of these devices.Though some people are aware of how to use it effectively, but so many people are still ignorant of it, both in the rural and urban areas.
It is now clear a single decision made by a person or a group of people can affect so many thousands of people in the world.In Nigeria, precisely on Friday, many Nigerians complained about not being able to recharge from their Bank account.
It is not a news again that Commercial banks in Nigeria have disconnected MTN customers from banking channels including the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data and banking apps.
Majority of the Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) users in Nigeria are aware of the recent challenge they were facing in the last couple of days.
Before now, MTN users have been going through some inconveniences assessing the USSD services on their MTN SIM cards.The issue has been a great concern to many Nigerians as they complain so much about it urging MTN to do something about it.
This morning all Nigeria Banks disconnected all MTN users from accessing their USSD due to the reasons that are not known to the users.
MTN users in Nigeria, currently have access to alternate online payment services for recharging their smartphones, as the mobile service provider reported on Saturday, that users can finally recharge airtime via digital payments portals.
It is no more news that most BVN Holders use MTN.Commercial Banks have recently disconnected MTN customers from banking channels.The disconnection of MTN users from banking channels has led to various reactions from bank customers who use MTN.
Following the blockade of all MTN users from all banking channels and service data, PUNCH News has reported that the telecom has now reconnected.
It can be frustrating when you found out that your network line was blocked from making transactions.In such occurrence, many MTN customers are stranded during transactions like; buying airtime/data and transfer of funds to another bank account.
The war on business deal between Nigeria's largest telecommunication firm, MTN and the banking sector promises not to end any time soon as the firm has now provided an alternative electronic payment platforms for their array of subscribers to recharge their phones and made other transactions.
MTN has provided six platforms as an alternative to electronic payments for its customers.On Saturday, the Network Operator announced that customers can recharge their phones through the following platforms.1.Flutterwave 2.Jumia Pay 3.OPay 4.Kuda 5.
Access, GTB and First bank managements are reportedly planning to protest against the leading telecom company in Nigeria called MTN, following its unlawful actions on their customers which has hindered them from carrying out a convenient financial transaction provided by commercial Banks.
Commercial banks have disconnected MTN customers from banking channels (including data about unsolicited additional services and banking applications).Last Friday, MTN customers complained that they could not use other banking channels such as USSD and banking apps to recharge their MTN lines.
Banks removes MTN services from their banking channels, subscribers unable to recharge their phones.
There is tussle going on between Nigerian banks and MTN Nigeria, which numerous number of subscribers unable recharge their phones using the USSD services on Friday.
In recent days, the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) has been plagued by issues on mobile devices, especially those dealing with banks.
Dear Customer, our Bank Recharge Channels are currently unavailable, kindly recharge using our other channels like physical recharge.We tender our sincere apologies for the inconveniences.Thank you.
Good news for MTN customers most especially those that do recharge through USSD.The commercial banks have reconnected MTN subscribers to the banking channel on Sunday after they blocked millions of MTN subscribers for 48hrs.
In recent news, it was learned that MTN has provided its subscribers in Nigeria an alternative digital payment gateway to recharge their phone as it was made known to the public that subscribers can now top-up their airtime through digital payment platforms like JumiaPay, Flutterwave, Opay, Kuda, Carbon, and BillsPay. A
Hopefully there will be a silver lining for all the MTN users in Nigeria.The Minister of communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Pantami has said something concerning the issue of mtn users' inability to recharge their line directly from their banks.