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Light Up Your World with Lumos Mobile Electricity.

MTN Nigeria in collaboration with Lumos introduces Mobile Electricity to light up your home’s appliances and businesses.
Gone are the days when you have to endure the pain of not having steady electricity and dealing with noisy generators. You can now enjoy a better quality of life to the fullest with 24/7 solar electricity that is safe, reliable and affordable. In keeping with its commitment to improving the quality of lives of customers in Nigeria and making it a whole lot brighter, MTN in partnership with Nova-Lumos and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) have launched MTN Mobile Electricity to make available modern electricity to millions of homes and businesses in Nigeria through reliable solar systems on a per-use plan.
Lumos Mobile Electricity provides households and businesses with modern solar electricity that can power lights, mobile phones, fans, hair clippers, computers, TVs and other small electronic devices (all at once, every day) – for as low as NGN200 per day which you can conveniently pay with your airtime from your MTN line. The Lumos Mobile Electricity solution includes a large solar panel linked to an indoor storage unit that allows customers to access significant amounts of power on-demand, day or night. The service is provided on a lease to own basis, and the cost is spread over a 5-year term, so customers can choose a suitable plan from the plan options and pay for usage in small installments using their MTN line just the same way they purchase data packages. Customers also receive a full product guarantee during the lease period, providing peace of mind and quality assurance.
So break free from the stress of carrying kegs to buy petrol every time the light goes off and save yourself lots of Naira on your monthly electricity bills. Visit any MTN Walk-In- Centres nationwide and plug into Lumos mobile electricity powered by MTN Nigeria.


5 comments on “Light Up Your World with Lumos Mobile Electricity.

  1. Victor Molokwu says:

    Would make sense if they offer a one time payment option too, just buying it off without any contracts

  2. KingAbsolute says:

    This would make a lot of sense, my problem is that this kinda initiative won’t be available in the whole cities as soon as possible.
    I’ll gladly disconnect my NEPA electricity power & drop a note of “Go to hell! Till we meet again when you have sense” for them.
    Aside from that, this will serve as a competition/motivation for ministry of power in Nigeria to get better.

    1. Kaybang says:

      King, trust me it’s everywhere and shockingly it works. The whole package, it just works. We’ve got 2 @ home & if you’re the type that works a lot with his electronic gadgets e.g laptops et al, this is a life saver. The one good thing MTN has done. ✅✅✅✅
      P.S; Don’t live in a very dusty area. Cus that means you’ll have to clean the panel more often than not.

  3. Sadiq says:

    My problem with this is that it doesn’t integrate into my existing home electricity system. It has it’s own bulb and its own power outlets….and it doesn’t appear to have much capacity

  4. pWilliams says:

    a very welcomed development they should keep it up

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