Payment Options on smsBAG is integrated with the Nigerian E-payment systems via GTPay, this payment platform works for both Interswitch and eTranzact users. It’s easy, safe and totally secured. Click here to download how it works.

5 steps to make your payment via WebPay.

  • Login into your smsBAG account, click on buySMS, enter your SMS quantity and Choose ATM payment method
  • At the ATM Checkout, Confirm your SMS Quantity and Price rates and Click PayNow
  • When the WebPAY page appears, enter your card details safely and correctly, Click Pay
  • When the transaction is done, you will be redirected, if a prompt comes up for this, Click Ok
  • You’re done, your transaction details is displayed and also kept in your account records.

Note: If your WebPay transaction is successful, your sms account is credited immediately after payment has been made. If you have any issues regarding any of your webPAY transactions, please contact support here immediately.
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Do you know that you can send free 300 SMS every month?

Yes our facebook smsBAG application allows you to send 10 free SMS everyday. Just go to and install the application on your facebook page and when you need to send free SMS, dont hesitate. Its free and it’ll stay free…(I think)

MTN Nigeria Delivery Issue: Resolved

Dear esteemed customers

We are glad to let you know that the MTN Nigeria SMS Delivery issue as been resolved and you can send your sms easier and better now with your sender names.

While this was purely an operator issue, we still apologize for all the inconveniences this might have caused your businesses.

Thank you for your understanding.


MTN Nigeria Delivery Issues

To Our Esteemed Customers

We regret to inform you that we are currently experiencing delivery issues on the Nigerian MTN network. It was gathered that MTN has implemented a strict filter on incoming traffic, one that does not allow alphanumeric sender ID to be used.

To ensure delivery under such conditions, we will be automatically changing all senders for incoming traffic to a randomly generated numeric value.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please let us know if you have further questions as we work to update you as soon as we have more information.

Thank you