With such a large number of online installment frameworks in Nigeria like Paga, Interswitch, Mimo, e-tranzact and as of late Paypal the marathon to be the most obvious has developed fiercer and the rivalry is intense. So how would you recommend, you win this marathon? By advancing, obviously!
This is the thing that Interswitch intends to accomplish with its dispatch of the Quickteller Affliate program. As indicated by Interswitch, this system was commenced to help site holders and bloggers adapt their substance.
With the Quickteller program, you can energize your guests on your site to top-up their telephones on your site and pay bills, for example, PHCN, DSTV and the sky is the limit from there, without leaving your site. Without composing a solitary line of code. Without experiencing long transactions with any Telco. Without stressing over installment entryway combination.
Essentially, this implies that when your followers or guests visit your site, they would have the capacity to complete transactions specifically on your site with no anxiety for you or your followers.
The Quickteller system works in a manner that when somebody visits your website, he/she sees a Quickteller widget that opens a pop up window on your site or redirect to a page for portable clients. All your followers would do is, give his email and other essential points of interest needed for energizing or completing the transaction.
How To Get Paid
Just like every other affiliate program, the Quickteller works with interest.
Reports about your account will be sent to you every month in summary of every transaction made on your website/blog for that month. The report would aslo highlight the total commission due to you.
- For every recharge done on your site, you get 2.5%
- For every bill payment, you get N27.5 on the charge [N100]
To know more about the program and how you can set up, visit their documentation site here.
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