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How To Get Up To N100,000 Loan From 9mobile, So Easy!


How To Get Up To N100,000 Loan From 9mobile, So Easy!

How To Get Up To N100,000 Loan From 9mobile, So Easy!

The Etisalat KwikCash is an progressive solution to satisfy the loan desires of Etisalat Subscribers. It is a cell loan answer, that let you access loans of as much as N100,000 simply by dialing *561# together with your Etisalat line and get credited in minutes.

How To Get Up To N100,000 Loan From 9mobile, So Easy!


First, dial *561#
Next, follow the U.S. Menu to ‘’Request Loan’’
Then select preferred mortgage provide
Now select financial institution and input your 10-digit NUBAN
Finally, verify reimbursement amount and be given phrases and situations.


To pay returned the loan you amassed from Etisalat (9Mobile) observe below steps:
Dial *561#
Follow the U.S. Menu to ‘’Pay Loan’’
Select favored fee alternative
Follow the commands thus
Repayment is at once processed


Yes. All Etisalat subscribers are eligible to borrow so long you have etisalat sim.

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Etisalat NG Changes Name To 9Mobile

At end of a crucial management meeting of the telecom firm in Lagos, 9Mobile was unanimously adopted by the company as its new brand name.

Last Monday, the chief executive of Etisalat International, Hatem Dowidar, said Etisalat Group would, in the next three weeks, phase out the brand name in Nigeria.

The decision followed Emirates Telecommunications Group (Etisalat Group) withdrawal of further involvement in the ownership of the Nigerian subsidiary.

Until June 15, the United Arab Emirates, UAE, group was a major shareholder in Etisalat Nigeria, along with United Arab Emirates Sovereign Wealth Fund through Mubadala Development Company, Abu Dhabi.

The two affiliates controlled a combined 85 per cent equity in the telecom firm, with Myacinth holding 15 per cent stake through Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services, EMTS Holding BV, owned by former United Bank for Africa, UBA, Chairman, Hakeem Bello-Osagie.

Opting to part ways with the company followed the crisis in the wake of the $1.2 billion (N377.4 billion) syndicated loan the telecom firm took in 2013 from a consortium of 13 Nigerian banks.

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Etisalat Nigeria, Emirates Group disclosed in a filing with the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange it had transferred 100 per cent of its shares with EMTS Holding BV, a special purpose vehicle established in Netherlands, to United Capital Trustees Limited, legal trustees of the banks.

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