5 Bills You Can Pay Without Leaving Your House During The Lockdown

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April 6, 2020

As a way to curb the spread of COVID-19 aka Coronavirus, President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that there will be a lockdown and a restriction on movements in states with the highest number of coronavirus cases; Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun.

Even though certain things have been put on hold during this time, there are still things that haven’t been paused, like bills. Paying important bills like electricity, internet etc will prove to be a hassle this period. However, we’re here with a way to make things easier.

1) Airtime

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It’s safe to say that your neighborhood credit guy/girl isn’t going to want to risk getting infected or getting bodied by police so they’re not going to be at their usual spot this period. Top up your airtime using PAGA.

2) Internet

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Without the internet, how else will we be able to keep track of what’s going on in the outside world and receive WhatsApp BCs from loved ones about how onions scattered around your house will scare Miss Rona away? Renew your subscription with PAGA and give your mother rest of mind by assuring her that you are in fact eating handfuls of garlic and drinking boiling water.

3) Cable TV

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Don’t let boredom be the reason Nigerian police use you to catch trips because you left your house to look for an open DStv office. Renew your subscription from the comfort and safety of your home using PAGA so you can keep watching Keeping Up With Kardashians in secret.

4) Electricity

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Do you really want to be the person who has their light cut during a pandemic due to outstanding bills? Because make no mistake, Nigerian electricity providers WILL do it. They won’t hear “I can’t go outside as an excuse.” Pay your bills from home using PAGA.

5) Boomplay

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You can’t possibly go through this lockdown without music. Renew your subscription to Boomplay Music with PAGA and create your very own Lockdown Playlist full of songs you can:

  • Dance to like no one’s watching (because no one is watching).
  • Workout to
  • Cry to whenever you feel lonely

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