Nigerian-based online vending platform, 1App, has taken an extra step to prove its position as a foremost vending platform in the country.
1App recently launched a USSD channel to improve user experience on its platform. The launch of this USSD code comes with the aim of making transactions smoother and easier for its growing number of users.
Regardless of the network you use, the USSD channel, which became operational on the 1st of February, can be accessed by dialing *347*59#.
According to 1App boss, Mr Opeyemi Paul, the USSD channel was launched with ease and speed in mind; while improving the efficiency of the services offered.
Active and new users can simply dial *347*59# to buy airtime, data, pay for electricity, cable TV, and access several amazing services right from their mobile devices.
To enjoy the services offered by 1App, you can register by dialing *347*59#, or simply visit 1app.ng
1App was launched in November, 2019; and has since bridged the gap in online vending in the country. The platform currently serves over 40,000 satisfied users spread across Nigeria.
1App founder, Mr Opeyemi Paul, is a seasoned entrepreneur with a track record in excellence.
1App is a part of a string of tech-focused firms.
As part of his quest for problem solving, and technological development in the country, Mr Opeyemi runs several other tech outfits – O’Bounce Technologies, TryJambCBT, VTUPortalCreator, and a co-working space in Oluyole, Ibadan.
O’Bounce Technologies, a sister company to 1App, is one of the top IT firms in the city of Ibadan, Nigeria.
The firm provides IT solutions like Software development, Digital Marketing, Cyber security, and a Computer institute that trains people from scratch to pro.
As part of O’Bounce Technologies’ commitment to tech, and grooming of tech prodigies, the firm is offering 20 developers free co-working space every Friday.
The co-working space is located at number 35, 7up road, Oluyole, Ibadan.
TryJambCBT is another firm run by the founder of 1App. TryJambCBT is an award winning online Computer-based testing and learning software for Jambites, and secondary school leavers.
The platform has helped a large number of students to prepare, and pass UTME.