eNaira: How to register or sign-up on the eNaira app without any error, a step-by-step guide

eNaira: How to register or sign-up on the eNaira app without any error, a step-by-step guide

Since the launch of the Nigeria’s digital currency, the eNaira, its only mobile App (Speed App) hasn’t been trouble-free for users to sign-up.
In this article, I have carefully outlined the steps involved and how to do away with the hitches been encountered by many people.
Having email or first name error?
If you have experienced the “email or first name is incorrect”  error while trying to register on the eNaira app, then it is so because eNaira App is programed to recognize only the details or bio-data you have with the Bank where you did your Bank Verification Number (BVN). For those who have numerous bank accounts, only choose the bank where you were enrolled on the BVN platform, if not you won’t be able to sign-up.
Can’t find eNaira App on Google Play Store?
If you can’t find eNaira App on the Google Play Store then kindly click on this link;
I believe the link above may have worked for you, if so then let’s proceed to sign-up.
How to sign-up? Follow these steps;
1. Click on the Speed App that is installed on your phone.

2. Click on “Sign Up”

3. Click on Sign Up with your bank.

4. Input the Phone Number you used or that is tied to your BVN. After this, provide the email on your BVN as well.

5. Input the six digit code sent to your email.
Log into your email to get the code.

6. Now select the Bank where you did your BVN from the list of banks provided in the App.

7. Next, you are required to set a 12 character password that must contain a capital letter, small letter, a number and a special character.

8. Now you are required to provide your first name, last name, date of birth, state of origin, account number and BVN then check the box to accept the terms and conditions of the eNaira service.
9. Now click on continue.
10. You are done. 

These are the steps involved to sign-up on the eNaira app.
Still not clear? Watch the video below to get more understanding;

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Written by T.I Ukende

T.I Ukende is a professional writer and ICT consultant. He has written many evergreen articles for Benuecast blog, classicgist, ellabase and many others before birthing the newsway blog.
Newsway delivers well researched and undiluted information on business, employment opportunities, personal finance and government empowerments.

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