15 May Get Paid Be an airtime or data vendor
Please permit me to ask the following questions while you think deeply on the answers.
- Do you know that your phone can become a money spinner rather than a money drainer?
- Are you aware that those who sell paper recharge are gradually reducing? And finally,
- Do you realise that sooner or later, you will begin to patronize virtual top ups (VTU) to buy many things?
If your answers to any, or all, of the above questions was ‘no’, then you need to read on. But if you are aware of the evolving technological revolution, you are in a better position to benefit from the information in this article.
Since the coming of the global system of mobile communication (gsm), Nigerians have been spending a fortune! First it was a huge amount to get the lines – in those days, it cost between 18000 and 30000, depending on the network, to get a gsm line. The cranky phones nko? That first generation of phones – Sagem? Motorola?? And others! These also cost us a pretty penny. Truth is, we will continue to spend huge amounts of money on airtime, data and other subscriptions because we simply cannot do without making local or international calls or refuse to be on the social media.
Then the recharges started! Anyone who stopped topping up or dropped the phone for a while could discover the line had been retrieved by the network and would have to start all over again. Since then, yours truly has spent so much recharging phone lines regularly, and the spending continues. Don’t know about you, but I haven’t heard any scoop about the gsm networks planning to reduce their call or data tariff anytime soon. I mean, it would have been nice for Airtel, Mtn, Glo and 9mobile to start giving recharge to those of us who have maintained our lines since the start of gsm, or consider giving out some codes as a reward to those who have spent a certain amount on their networks over a period of time!
Be that as it may, and since, for now, there is nothing like that in sight, people must continue to recharge their phones with their hard earned money, except, of course, you have an official allowance for that. This is where the good news comes in: You can now make money as you recharge or buy data, instead of further enriching the banks. I say it again, you can get paid as you recharge or buy data and persuade others to join you on this platform. The platform is called Recharge And Get Paid (RAGP).
On Recharge And Get Paid, you get paid when you recharge your phones, buy data, or do Cable TV subscription.
You are rewarded in the following ways:
- From registration – You get 20% of your own registration fee which you can withdraw to your bank account or use for recharge, data, or subscription.
- From your downlines registration – You get 20% commission on your direct downlines’ registration, 10% commission on the 2nd generation of your downlines, and varying percentages from lower levels of downlines.
- Recharging – You get 2% commission when you recharge any line – yours or any other.
- Data subscriptions – You get 10 % commission on every data subscription.
- TV subscriptions. (More on this later)
Other services in the pipeline on this platform include
- Electricity bill payment
- WAEC, NECO and JAMB Registrations
- Air Ticket Processing.
There are various levels on which you can join:
Bronze @ N10,000
Silver @ N20,000
Gold @ N30,000
Diamond @ N40,000
Executive Platinum @N100,000
At whatever level you join, you get 20% as your commission and earn from your downlines from 5 levels (Basic) up to 10 levels (Platinum). As you network and get people to join, you also accumulate points or what is called PCVs.
Are you one of those who no longer know how to recharge using the various network codes for paper recharge? That means you are already used to electronic recharging. On this platform, you do what you have been doing and enrich yourself rather enriching your bank or other vendors. Now you can do it and get paid for it.
Think about it! If you want to know more, join this whatsapp group through this link: