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Kwik delivery and MasterCard partner to provide discounts to Nigeria MasterCard holders

Kwik Delivery and Mastercard announce a partnership starting this very day to provide discounts on all Kwik Delivery services to Mastercard cardholders in Nigeria.

Read more: Mastercard Foundation partners Jobberman to provide 3 Million Nigerians with employment by 2025

It  is a leading last-mile delivery tech company launched in Lagos in 2019. It enables Nigerian businesses to deliver their goods faster, on-time and with the visibility provided by technology.

Mastercard has over 70 million customers in Nigeria, making it the de facto leader on the debit card market in the country. All Mastercard cardholders can benefit from a 10% discount on Kwik Delivery services, subject to terms and conditions, provided that they pay such services with their Mastercard. Discounts are applied as credits on the customer’s in-app wallet.

The app can be downloaded at the following addresses:

The discount also applies to the KwikBites food delivery app that can downloaded at the following addresses:

Related article: Kwik releases WooCommerce plugin, enabling 2-Hour Deliveries for Nigerian Online Merchants

Ndaman Joshua Olayinkahttp://www.yinksmedia.com
Tech Zealot and Passionate about writing everything concerning it. I support Arsenal.

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