How to 30,000 Naira Free Airtime and Money from Palmpay

PalmPay is one of the new set of apps that Transsion is pushing out in the fintech space. The app is a payments service that is set to go up against PayPal and others. 


PalmPay is the payment app that rewards you! The simple and secure app for sending cash quickly between friends, and paying for airtime and utilities. Earn PalmPoints as you spend and use them to discount your transactions!

Step 1  
Click Here to register on palmpay and join the promotion and get your first point for free Airtime top up

Step 2
Sign up with your details(mobile phone number, email, etc) Input the captcha code and request for the verification code, input it once received and sign up

Step 3
Proceed to download the mobile app and sign in with your registered phone number

Step 4
Now Top up with top up your mobile phone with Airtime of N100, your bonus will be used to pay for half of the airtime cost, so instead of you paying N100, you will pay N50 for N100 airtime click on Top up Airtime

How To Withdraw Your Earnings From Palmpay

You can withdraw your earnings from Palmpay via Airtime or bank transfer,

To withdraw via bank transfer click on the Money Transfer select your bank account and proceed

To withdraw Via Airtime, select Airtime top up input your mobile number and proceed.


They are currently live in Ghana and Nigeria.


Manage your finances in the palm of your hand. Features include:

  • Transfer money to other PalmPay wallets and mobile money / bank accounts
  • Pay for airtime and bills
  • Earn rewards for every transaction in the form of PalmPoints
  • Earn PalmPoints for inviting your friends
  • Spend your PalmPoints to discount your transactions


Send money to your friends and family on PalmPay for the lowest fees in the market.
Plus: Withdraw from your PalmPay wallet to your own account absolutely free!


Earn PalmPoints when using PalmPay and for inviting your friends. You can use them to pay for your transactions just like cash.

1 PalmPoint = 1 Naira in Nigeria, 1 Pesewa in Ghana


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