How to Pay for Web Hosting and Domain Registration in Nigeria

Making Payments for domain name registration and Hosting to sites like Namecheap, Godaddy, Hostagator etc here in Nigeria can be achieved through some of the tips posted as you read on. You can easily pay for your website domain and Hosting even as a Nigerian using the available online payment method.

There are legitimately ways to make payment of domain and hosting sites without getting scammed or losing money. Some may even claim to help you pay for something online which may not be realistic hence, you fall into scam.

Ways to Make Payments for Domain and Hosting Sites in Nigeria

1. The BanksSome Reliable Nigeria banks are fast becoming international standard in terms of internet banking and provides information to pay for domain and hosting. Banks like Gtb, Zenith Banks, FirstBank, Diamond Banks all offer special debit card for online payments and transactions. Visit their branch and tell the customer care your issue.

2. Payoneer MasterCard : The Payoneer MasterCard is highly recommended to Nigerian who really want to make Payments for hosting online Legitimately. It is accepted any where in the world and they accept Nigerians. You can use the Payoneer MasterCard to make payment for domain name registration and hosting.

3. E-Currencies : many e currencies are good ways to transact money online in Nigeria. E-currency such as perfect-money, payza, egopay,liqpay are good ways to make payments for domain sites in Nigeria.

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4. Paypal : This is the fastest means of payment online in the world. Although Nigeria is not listed among the countries but if you can obey simple terms and conditions, then you can use it to make payment for hosting and domain sites.

There are other ways but listed one above helps in any situation to pay domain and hosting site in Nigeria online even as a Nigerian. Thanks for reading.


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