Parallex Bank App: Features & How To Download

Before switching to commercial banking, Parallex Bank was a microfinance institution, making it the newest entrant into Nigeria’s competitive banking business.

Parallel Bank, like many other commercial banks, has a mobile app that makes digital banking easy and convenient for its clients. We will look at the Parallex bank app and teach you how to acquire it in this article.

What is the purpose of the Parallex Bank app?

The Parallex Bank app is a paperless bank that provides financial services through an Android and iOS app. Without ever visiting a branch, you may open an account and manage your money using the Parallex bank app.

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What are the features of the Parallex bank app?

  1. Buy Airtime: The Parallex bank app allows you to purchase airtime from major Nigerian networks such as MTN, Airtel, 9mobile, and GLO.

  2. Buy Data: You may buy data from MTN, Airtel, 9mobile, and GLO using the Parrelex bank app.

  3. Pay TV subscription: You can use the Parallex bank app to pay for your favorite Pay TV channels. Pay TV services such as DSTV, GOTV, and others are simple to sign up for. Startimes.

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  4. Pay Power Payments: The Parallex bank app makes it simple to pay utility bills, such as electricity bills.

  5. Money Transfer: Parallel makes money transfers straightforward. Your first five transactions are completely free.

How do I gain access to the Parrelex bank app?

  • Download the app from Google Play (for Android phones) or the App Store (for iOS phones) (for iPhone).
  • If you do not already have a Parrelex Bank account, create one and follow the on-screen instructions.
  • If you do not already have a Parrelex bank account, follow the on-screen instructions to create one.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: January 26, 2022 — 9:00 am

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