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Medview, First bank sign online payment partnership

Med-View Airline has just signed a partnership agreement with First bank of Nigeria on the online payment platform called MasterCard Internet Gateway Service (MIGS) where customers with Master / Visa cards anywhere in the world could make payments for its tickets online.

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 This is to ensure that Med-View brings its service closer to its numerous clients who desire to buy their tickets online within the comfort of their home or offices without stress.
This option of payment is in addition to the Interswitch platform designed mostly for customers with naira Master cards and the book-on-hold platform where customers could walk into any bank in Nigeria and pay for their reservations made online.
 To achieve this, customer can make reservation online and choose the option ‘I want to pay with Master / Visa card” when they get to the payment platform.

This will automatically prompt the Master card and Visa Card logos from where customer can now click the logo of their desired card for payments, enter the required card details and wait for confirmation for payments. Once this is achieved, ticket will be automatically sent to the email provided while making reservation.

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