Pricing in Nigeria

 2 Test Units  Free
 1 - 9,999  ₦2.49
 10,000 - 99,999  ₦1.99
 100,000 - 999,999  ₦1.90
 1,000,000 and above  ₦1.80

 1 Unit = 1 SMS including DND numbers
The bulk SMS pricing plan from the table above means that for every bulk SMS unit you purchase between 1 - 9,999, you will be charged ₦2.49 per unit. Example: 1000 units of SMS will cost you 1,000 * ₦2.49 = ₦2,490.
Note: We deliver to all GSM networks (MTN, Glo, 9Mobile) in Nigeria including DND numbers at 1 Unit/SMS. Airtel charges 1.5 units per SMS. There are no extra charges for delivery to DND numbers. Your SMS units do not expire. There is lifetime bulk SMS validity. You can buy as many as you want at once. CDMA  Networks (Multilinks, Starcomms, and Visafone etc) delivery is at 5 units/SMS. 
Payment Methods
You can use the following methods to buy SMS units with us:
  1. Online Payment with Naira Debit Card (ATM Card)
  2. Direct Bank Deposit
  3. Internet Banking Transfer
  4. ATM Machine Transfer
  5. Mobile Banking Transfer
  6. USSD Transfer

1. Online Payment With a Naira Debit Card - ATM Card (Instant Crediting)

To save the cost and time of visiting the bank, you can use any Naira Debit Card (ATM Card) to purchase bulk SMS units online with us. Your account will be credited instantly once the online transaction is completed. All transactions are processed and secured by Paystack. Buy SMS Units Online Now

2. Direct Bank Deposit; Internet Banking Transfer; ATM Machine Transfer; Mobile Banking Transfer and USSD Transfer

 To get more bulk SMS units, please pay into the account below.

Bank name Account Name Account Number
 Accessbank Nigeria  iSMS Nigeria  1414951010

: The minimum amount acceptable for bank payment is ₦500

After Bulk SMS Units Payment, What Next?

After making your deposit please text (SMS) or WhatsApp the following to +23412279084:
  1. Name of Depositor
  2. Username
  3. Amount Paid
  4. Date of Payment

Your account will be credited immediately your payment reflects which is almost instantaneous depending on the bank.

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