How to start recharge card business in nigeria


This business is capable of making you good money if you do it well. I wrote a my first book on “GSM Business” in 2008 but have since retired it since most of the subject matters are no longer relevant in today’s market. The business changes day by day and you need to know about these changes to stay afloat.

No business has been hyped and over hyped as does Recharge Card Printing Business in Nigeria in recent time due to selfishness and desire for quick gain. Contrary to Seminars and eBooks claims, Recharge card (printing) business is not a business you can start with N10,000 and becomes profitable. No, it’s not possible to make reasonable gain with that amount except you are mixing it with another business as a fraction of your existing business.
E.g: You have a provision store and decides to sell recharge card as part of your provision items, or you have restaurant and decides to offer recharge card sells as compliment to your  food business, mainly to satisfy your customers so that they can relax and load their phone after eating without having to move around to buy it. This way, the little gain you make from the recharge card will add up to the general gains in your business
If you want to start recharge card business as “Independent Business” that is, selling only recharge voucher on a small scale, you must start with nothing less than N100,000 if you really wants to make reasonable profit. The reason is because the profit margin per card is so low that you have to sell plenty to make any visible gain. That means you have to start as a wholesaler, selling in bulk to retailers who combines it with other businesses.

Profit In Recharge Card Business

The profit you make per N100 recharge card is not more than N5. Therefore, for N10,000 worth of cards, you will be making N5 x 100 = N500. So, how do you expect to become a millionaire with just N10,000 recharge card that yields about N500 profit?
However, if you start the wholesale with N150,000 and sell to retailers, you are sure to sell N100,000 worth of cards everyday as long as you have good customer base. Each customer buys more than N5,000 daily while some buys as much as N50,000. Therefore, N100,000 cards will earn you N5x1000 = N5,000 per day which is a good gain! Hence, the gain in recharge card business starts from wholesales 15,000
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In this article, I will try and put you through on how to start recharge card business in Nigeria at any level and make your profit according to the level you are operating on and your start up capital.

How Recharge Card Business Works

There are three levels of recharge card business and each of these level or category offers profit that is proportional to the investment capacity.

1. Recharge Card Retailers

Retailers are recharge card business persons who buys from wholesalers at cheaper price and sell to end users at the cards surface price – the price written on the card. They make average of N5 per N100 denominated cards and earn total profit of N500 to N1,000 daily.
This type of recharge card business is best when combined with other business or if the retailer is in a place with high traffic and huge demand for recharge cards. N10,000 is the perfect capital for this.

2. Recharge Card Wholesalers

These ones buys directly from the Dealers at reduced price and sell to the retailers who in turn sells to end users. Wholesalers make average of N5 per N100 cards and sell high quantity of cards daily. As a result, they make more profit base on much sells. Average profit they make per day is between N5,000 to N15,000
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