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'GTBank 1 Click Top-Up' to Allow Customers to Top Up Their Mobile Phones

June 23, 2014

Lilian Mutegi



Guaranty Trust Bank has launched another innovative alternative payment channel known as the "GTBank 1 Click Top-up" which allows its customers to conveniently top up their mobile phones.

The new payment solution offers GTBank customers on MTN, Etisalat and Airtel networks an efficient and easy way of topping-up their mobile phones using any type of mobile device.

The bank said in a press statement that the 1 Click Top-up will enable all its customers top up their mobile phones from available balances in their bank accounts with ease.

According to the statement, "It brings a higher level of convenience to customers as it is designed to deliver with speed and simplicity. To recharge a mobile phone, all the customer needs to do is dial *737*AMOUNT# e.g. *737*1000# from a registered phone number with the Bank and the customer's phone gets topped up automatically. Customers can recharge up to the sum of N5, 000 daily. This product will also help Telecommunications Service Providers digitalize payments as it reduces distribution cost, increases average revenue per user and also ensures round the clock sales of airtime."

GTBank was established in 1990 and has within the last 24 years come to be recognized as one of the most innovative and service focused banks. The Bank has a record of "Industry First" innovations such as "Internet Banking" which enables customers carry out transactions from the comfort of their home or office."GTConnect" a fully interactive 24 hours self-service Contact Centre; "Social Banking" service on Facebook that allows GTBank Account holders transfer money, purchase airtime, pay bills, and confirm their account balance on Facebook and "FastTrack" which allows customers withdraw money quickly within the Bank's branches using their debit cards.


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Source: AllAfrica


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