Dear Esteemed Customer,

Welcome to another wonderful year!!

We’re happy to announce the birth of another special service which will bring smiles to the faces of most entertainment lovers, because the service cuts across various spheres of the entertainment industry.

Lodios is a platform that provides all forms of entertainment via comedies, movies, inspirational content, etc.  The platform which was recently launched at Sheraton Hotel Lagos had various artistes and entertainment stakeholders in attendance.

So when you feel like being in a relaxed mood just login to www.lodios.com and explore the vast world of entertainment. Moreover, the charges won’t “drill” a hole in your pocket since they go as low as N50 per music or movie. Current box office movies can also be rented or bought.

There are movies available for free and this offer lasts for just a month.

What are you waiting for? Start clicking!!!


Best Regards,


Customer Support Team,

VAS2Nets Technologies Ltd


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NCC Begins Enforcement of N5m Fine over Unsolicited Messages

Professor Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has said that it has commenced the enforcement of the Do Not Disturb (DND) code which compels mobile network operators to stop sending unsolicited messages to their subscribers.

Prof Umar Dambatta executive vice chairman of NCC at a meeting with the Academia on ITU Study Group Participation held at Digital Bridge Institute, Abuja, said the move became imperative because the NCC had given the operators ample time to comply with the regulatory directive and was now ready to enforce the N5 million fine stipulated for any breach of the directive by the regulator.

He said: “If a consumer lodges a complaint to NCC that an MNO sent unsolicited text message and the complaint from the consumer get to us, we will ensure that credit deducted from the consumer for this unsolicited text messages is returned to the consumer and will also invoke provision of the fine on the MNO which is N5 million.

“This is to ensure total compliance and this is a measure of last resort. The NCC imposes regulation as a measure of last resort, after we have given the MNO time to ensure compliance and we have monitored them to ensure compliance to ensure that the compliance is not selective.”


Culled from Nigeria communications weekly

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Health tips for the day | VAS2Nets Technologies


  1. Modern lifestyle factors are responsible for a growing burden of hypertension, physical inactivity, and salt rich diets with processed and fatty foods.
  2. At 28 weeks more than 90 out of 100 babies can survive outside of the uterus if provided high quality medical care.
  3. Excess sugar can injure the walls of the tiny blood vessels that nourish your nerves, causing tingling, numbness, in your limbs.
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Health tips for the day | VAS2Nets Technologies


  1. Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases your risk of serious health problems, including heart attack, kidney failure and stroke.
  2. It is best to avoid flying during your final month because you can go into labour at any time.
  3. The stretches of yoga can burn calories, increase flexibility, and relax your mind
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Happy New Year!!!

We welcome you, our dear valued customer to 2017.

And we wish you a lovely and fulfilling year ahead.


Health tips for the day


  1. High blood pressure can be controlled effectively. The first step is to have your blood pressure checked regularly.
  2. It is best to avoid flying during your final month because you can go into labour at any time.
  3. Letting go of grudges has surprising physical health benefits. Chronic anger is linked to decreased lung function, heart disease and stroke.
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NIBSS, banks, Telcos unveil mobile payment solution, mCash | VAS2Nets Technologies

The Nigeria Interbank Settlement Scheme, NIBSS in collaboration with all the money deposit banks in Nigeria and the four major telecommunications operators, Etisalat, MTN, Airtel and Globacom, has launched a new mobile money payment solution.

Known as mCash, the new mobile money solution will facilitate low value retail payments; grow e-payments by providing accessible electronic channels to a wider range of users and to further enhance financial inclusion in Nigeria, by extending e-payment benefits to payers and merchants at the bottom of the pyramid where usage of cash has been predominant.

The mCash utilizes Unstructured Supplementary Service Data, USSD code in payment processing. Merchants can deploy mCash as a payment channel by registering with their banks, who will issue them an 8-digit seller code which buyers or payers need to use while making payments to them.

A customer who wants to make payments through mCash, has to dial the universal code, *402*SellerCode*Amount#. Upon dialing the code, the name of the seller will appear and a list of banks a customer wishes to make payments from. The user can then select a bank and input passcode to authenticate and complete the transaction. Upon completion of the transaction, both the buyer and the seller will receive flash confirmation of debit and credit messages instantly.

However, only mobile numbers linked to a user’s BVN are allowed for mCash transactions.

Although all the banks have signed up to integrate into the solution, at the moment, only six banks have been brought on-board and are active. These include: Diamond bank, Fidelity bank, Unity bank, Zenith bank, Sterling bank and Wema bank. First City Monument Bank, FCMB and Union Bank are expected to go live by this week.

Users are charged N20 per transaction through mCash for all transactions below N10, 000 while all transactions above N10, 000 cost N50 to both the merchant and the customer. Should transactions fail a resolution is guaranteed within six hours.

At the launch in Lagos, the MD/CEO of NIBSS, Mr. Ade Shonubi said: “The whole intention of mCash is to broaden the opportunity for people who rely mostly on usage of cash to find convenient means of making payments electronically.

The CBN has been pushing the cashless initiative for a long time and we have seen significant gains but a lot of people who have benefited so far have been the banking customers. And we need to deepen and reach out to a lot more people, as we begin to make real the dream for financial inclusion and as we begin to realize that a lot of government’s social programme will touch a different set of people.


Culled from Vanguard

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NCC Warns Telecom Subscribers over Use of Substandard Handsets

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has warned telecommunication consumers against the usage of substandard handsets.

Mr Joseph Atoyebi, deputy director, Consumer Affairs of the commission gave the warning some days ago in Abakaliki during a Consumer Outreach Programme .

According to him, such handsets are responsible for the various network and related problems they experience during dialing or receiving of calls. “Consumers should use the handsets outlined in our manual as they have been certified to be efficient for telecommunication usages,” he said.

Atoyebi also urged consumers who use smart phones to be aware of its complexities which are responsible for the difficulties experienced while using them.

“Many consumers complain that their data and credit are illegally deducted by service providers but they should understand that smart phones have various complex attributes.

“Smart phones should be switched-off when not in use as they automatically upgrade themselves and can deduct data in the process,” he said.

He also informed consumers that borrowing of credit from service providers is a business strategy which is not offered without costs.


Culled from Nigeria Communications weekly

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There’s no doubt that our EYES have a great impact in our daily lives. Join the world today in celebrating WORLD SIGHT DAY.


The theme for this year is Stronger Together



We would be discussing Childhood blindness from 9am – 5pm and you can participate by simply dialing any of the following at N30/min


32123 (MTN users)

67777 (Airtel users)

33122 (Etisalat users)



#vas2nets  #Stronger Together




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Health tips for the day | VAS2Nets Technologies

  1. When your blood pressure reading is above normal, it can be repeated 3 to 4 times to establish that the first reading was not a chance finding.
  2. Your stretching skin might be itchy, Moisturizers can help, although stretch marks cannot be prevented, most stretch marks eventually fade in intensity.
  3. Do you know that elderly people need about seven to nine hours of sleep per day?
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