Mobile Recharge launches to help diaspora users to send airtime to Nigeria, Kenya & Gambia online

A salesman checks a customer's iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delhi, India, July 27, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Mobile Recharge, the platform serving expats worldwide, offer new options to send airtime to Nigeria, Kenya and Gambia online and in seconds. The website newly introduced new networks in these countries per expats’ feedback: Nigeria MTN Data and Nigeria Airtel Data, Gambia Comium and Gamcel, and Kenya Telkom, besides the existing ones.

The transaction takes up to one minute, no contract is required, the payment is flexible in any currency using Visa, Mastercard or PayPal, and the online order form is easy for everyone. One can make the top up on the websiteor using MobileRecharge app, which is free to install on any Android or iOS device.

Nigerians living in the USA, Canada, Australia, and many other parts of the world have expected for long the chance to send data to MTN users back in Nigeria. More specifically, recharge data plans for relatives and save time for both the sender and the recipient in Nigeria. For those who want to send mobile credit to other networks as well, that is possible on Airtime to Airtel, Glo and 9 Mobile is available from the same account.

For Kenyans abroad this is an opportunity to recharge mobiles of parents and friends who use Telkom. Until now, the operators available for online top ups were only Safaricom and Airtel. Now we are talking about a larger range to top up mobiles in Kenya.

Gambians abroad get to top up to Comium and Gamcell mobiles in Gambia now, besides Africell and Qcell. It is the fastest way to recharge from the distance, and the processing fee is the smallest possible, considering all the international payments that are involved. The whole online process takes less than 1 minute with, and the credit gets immediately. Top ups to Gambia can be made on the website, or using the app, MobileRecharge, which is free to install on any Android or iOS.

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