POS Operators To Implement New charges Range From Monday

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POS Operators To Implement New charges Range From Monday

 

Point of Sales (POS) operators, under the aegis of the Association of Mobile Money and Bank Agents in Nigeria (AMMBAN), have restated their plans to implement the new service charges range in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Lagos and other parts of the country.

It was learnt that the new framework will start on Monday.

The National Publicity Secretary of the association, Elegbede Segun, made this known while speaking in an interview, on Friday, noting that the association was well prepared to commence implementation.

 

With the new directive, for withdrawals up to N1,000 and N2,400, Nigerians are expected to pay a service charge of N100; withdrawal from N2,500 to N4,000 will incur a service charge of N200; withdrawal from N4,100 to N6,400, will incur a service fee N300; withdrawal from N6,100 to N7,400 will now attract a service charge of N400; withdrawal from N7,500 to N10,900 will incur a service charge of N500; withdrawal from N11,000 to N14,400, will attract a service charge of N600; withdrawal from N14,500 to N17,900 will be subject to a service charge of N700 and withdrawal from N18,000 to N20,000 will now attract a service charge of N800.

 

Also, Nigerians who want to deposit the sum of N1,000 and N4,900 will now have to pay service charge of N100; N5,000 and N10,900 will attract a service charge of N200; N11,000 and N20,900 will attract a service charge of N300; N21,000 and N30,900 will attract service fee of N400; N31,000 and N40,900 will attract service charge of N500 and from N41,000 to N50,000 will attract a service charge of N600.

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