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Cellulant in partnership with MTN and Airtel recently announced the launch of Free internet access to its customers on MTN and Airtel using their app.

The payment platform Tingg inspired by Cellulant Nigeria a mobile payment company, in partnership with telecom provider (MTN and Airtel) have announced the launch of free internet access to its customers on using the Tingg Zero rated data mobile app.

Tingg zero-rate data usage means that Tingg users on MTN & Airtel can send and pay money across anywhere data free over its network without incurring any data costs.

The partnership would not only accelerate Internet penetration and financial inclusion in Nigeria by making it easy for everyone to easily access tingg but would also give people the access to pay everybody, everywhere using their mobile number at no cost through for free – yes, at zero data cost to customers on the MTN and Airtel mobile network while using the tingg app.

“The decision to zero-rate data usage on the Tingg mobile app is part of our strategic intent of offering a distinct customer experience and making it easy for everyone to access financial services for communities said Tingg Head of Delivery Faith Pella in a media statement. The high data costs are a major barrier for entry for consumers into the digital financial space. We believe that this proposition will enable hard-pressed consumers to easily pay anyone and minimise the usage of cash without having to worry about the cost of data.”

Android can now download the app and Blackberry, and iOS smartphones can now browse the Tingg website via the Tingg mobile app with absolutely no data charges.

Other channels to access Tingg include IVR – 0700 00TINGG, USSD –*360# (MTN AND 9mobile) *722# (AIRTEL AND GLO) and SMS Channels.


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