With First Mobile, a Firstbank Plc account holder has a full access to his bank account, and can do all sorts of transactions including getting bulk SMS units using their account straight from their mobile phone.
To register for the Firstbank Plc first mobile, provided you already have a Firstbank Plc account, request for the first mobile form form the nearest Firstbank Plc branch, fill it and submit. The details will then be forwarded to your email account.
Once you’ve successfully register, proceed to download the First Mobile application for android phones users on Google play store. As soon as it’s downloaded and you fill in your login details, you have direct access to your Firstbank Plc account number. You can then check transactions on your bank account, pay bills, recharge your phone and transfer funds to any bank account in Nigeria.
You can transfer money for bulk SMS units using this provision if you are Firstbank Plc account holder. Click here to see all SmartSMSSolutions bank accounts details that you can do the transfer to.
Once the transfer is successful, forward the details of the transaction with your username inclusive to the dedicated customer care lines, and as soon as it’s received, your bulk SMS account is credited instantly.
This First Mobile provision is only available for use for Firstbank Plc PLC account holders.
What if you do not have a Firstbank Plc account or do not have any bank account at all. Firstbank Plc’s firstmonie mobile service equally enables you to transfer funds on your mobile phone without the internet. Learn how to use firstmonie here.
With this provision, if you are a Firstbank Plc account holder registered on SmartSMSSolutions, you have another convenient and fast crediting medium for your bulk SMS account. If you are not currently using this, try it today and you will be glad you did.
Don’t have a bulk SMS account yet? Register one now and get free SMS units instantly.
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