Startup Profile: Payit — get exclusive deals online and pay seamlessly

by | Dec 5, 2017

PAYit is Nigeria’s lifestyle platform that provides premium services and exclusive deals ranging from online store purchases, airtime top-up, bills payment, event ticketing, online food ordering to mobile payment, at affordable prices, and with convenience.

Based in Abuja, Lily Victor (CEO) says the platform has been designed in such an appealing way for users to access numerous services without having to visit multiple platforms, for their day-to-day needs. To him, eliminating the need to visit multiple platforms to satisfies one’s need saves time, enhances efficiency and improves productivity.

We have the largest service offerings and best deals of products and services that span various categories, including: art and craft, hotel booking, funds transfer, gadgets and accessories, fashions, home appliances, baby products, groceries, and much more, all from a single platform and with a seamless, fast and secure payment process.

Similar platforms are Payporte, Nairabox, and Nownow, but PAYit wants to be more than just an eCommerce platform. Launched on January 1, 2017, by Liyi Victor and Ango Sodiq (CTO), with Abraham Adekunle (Head of Operations ) and Esther Afedia (Head, Business Development), the founding team says it’s committed to providing topnotch and excellent services. To them, customers satisfaction is paramount.

If you are seeking a seamless shopping and online payment experience, PAYit could be the answer. You should hit the website immediately.


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