In this e-book, we will reveal to you how to explore this goldmine called Short Code to its fullest extent. Anyone can do this business and it is 100% legal.
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GSM short code is a system designed by some smart guys to get GSM subscribers contributes money to them. Imagine over 60 million GSM subscribers sending you money, like N30, N50 or N100 each. The short code numbers have the power to collect money for you from subscribers that sends text message to it.
GSM Short Codes are unique phone numbers assigned by value added service (VAS) service providers to interested entrepreneurs for the purpose of offering value added service (VAS) to millions of GSM subscribers across the country. Certain amount of money is deducted from the phone credit of the GSM subscribers that respond to it by text message. The money deducted is shared, according to the approved sharing formula between the VAS provider, GSM operators and the entrepreneur that operates the short code service. You are paid every 90 or 120 days depending on the GSM operator and the volume of text messages or calls received from your short code. You could make between N1million – N10 million depending on the volume of text or calls and you make this money over and over again.
There are close to N60 million GSM subscribers in Nigeria and the number continues rising by the day. This business is a goldmine as long as you know what to do. All you need to do is to set up your short codes and get GSM subscribers to send texts to your short codes and smile to the bank every 90 or 120 days.
Apart from the money you make from texts and calls to your short code, you also accumulate GSM phone numbers which you can use for your bulk sms business. Bulk sms business simply means text message advertising. It is a process whereby adverts are sent in form of text message to GSM subscribers. Due to increase number of GSM users, bulk sms is now the preferred means of advertising and reaching out to people by corporate organizations, companies, churches, mosques, societies etc.