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Yabatech Acceptance Fee |School Fee Payment

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Yabatech Acceptance Fee & School Fee Payment.

Yabatech Acceptance Fee |School Fee Payment. We Offer Online Payment Assistance & Registration For Yabatech Part Time Form, HND Form, Post UTME Application, Acceptance Fee Payment & School Fee Payment. Please Note that Your Payment is Save & Secured & will be treated as soon as possible by one of our staff.

Yabatech Acceptance Fee |School Fee Payment

PAYMENT PROCEDURE FOR  YABATECH ACCEPTANCE FEE

To Enable us Process Your Online Payment Request, Kindly make a Cash Payment of the Corresponding Amount for your Application to the Account Details Below:

FEE PAYMENT YABATECH

1. Acceptance Fee (N11,500)
2. School Fee (Add N2,000 to The Amount Stated on Your Payment Advice Slip)

CLICK HERE to see a Sample of a Payment Advice Slip. The Extra Charge Covers for Service Charge and Printing of Colored Payment History, School Fee Receipt, Course Registration Form & Personal Data Form.

For all your payment and assistant kindly come to Shop 2,  Science Complex , Yabatech Main Campus, Yaba Lagos

Or
Call: Mr. Seyi 08085798255
For all your payment and assistant kindly come to Shop 2,  Science Complex , Yabatech Main Campus, Yaba Lagos
Or
Call: Mr. Seyi 08085798255

Note: Do not give any person or any third party money. And never pay money to anybody’s Account ad finally, do not patronise tout.

Thank You.

Gamer keeps Nintendo system on for 20 years just to preserve a saved game

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Gamer keeps Nintendo system on for 20 years just to preserve a saved game

We’ve all been there. We’ve all fought for saved games that we’d thought we’d need at some point in the future. But one hardcore gamer has probably beat all of us, as he left an old Nintendo console turned on for over 20 years just to keep a saved game alive.

A Twitter user by the name of Wanikun revealed he left the Nintendo Super Famicom (the Japanese name for Super Nintendo) turned on for more than 20 years just to preserve the save game data belonging to a Japanese game called Umihara Kawase. Yes, we hadn’t ever heard of it either.

The game came out in 1994, and those game cartridges came with static RAM and lithium ion batteries, IGN explains. This type of tech allowed users to hang on to their saved games for as long as there was battery juice left in the cartridge. But Wanikun’s battery started to fail, which meant he had to keep the console plugged in and turned on at all times to save the progress.

Apparently he only had to unplug the old Nintendo console once when he moved to a new house, but the battery stayed alive during the move.

The gamer says he kept the console alive for more than 20 yeas, which translates to more than 180,000 hours. I guess there’s no point turning it off now, considering the length of this unusual accomplishment. And yes, it’s likely that he’s not even interested in playing the game any longer.

Credit Yahoo News

BBM Introduces “Like Button”

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New Upgrade!! BBM Introduces “Like Button” For Display Pictures.

BBM like button Upgrade. If you’ve updated to the latest version of it. You’ll notice a new feature recently included which I think it awesome but depict Facebook. This new features allows users to like display pictures (DP) and status update of their friends.

BBM Introduces “Like Button”

 

This change is recent and if you’ve not updated your BBM to the latest, you need to do that to enjoy this latest feature.

At least, it will make it now more interactive instead of just looking at the recently changed display picture, you can just hit the like button and move on. It works just like FB, you get to see the number of likes a particular DP has gathered and a notification will be sent to the DP owner to see his DP recent engagement.

Nigerian Banks Stop The Use of Atm Card Abroad

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Too Bad – Nigerian Banks Stop The Use of Atm Card Abroad & To Shop on Foreign Site

Some of you might have seen this on press but its still necessary we dialogue about it. This is too bad to be starting the year 2016 with. I’m pretty sure a lot of you buy on foreign sites like Ebay, Amazon, gearbest or best buy and the likes…

A lots of you even host your domain with foreign hosting company like Namecheap, Godaddy, bluehost etc. How will you feel when you want to pay for goods on AliExpress and you are told that your card is decline? Or you want to renew your domain with Godaddy and you are told that your card is invalid?

Let me explain this in layman’s language. . . A new Policy has been pass by Deposit Money bank to stop all customers from using their payment cards, popularly known as Automated Teller Machine cards, for dollar-denominated transactions when they travel abroad with effect from January 1, 2016. This means bank customers will not be able to use their cards to buy products from foreign e-commerce sites like e-bay, AliExpress and amazon.com in which payments are made in forex.

To tell you how serious this is, Standard Chartered Bank has notified its customers that from January 1, 2016, they will not be able to use their naira-denominated ATM cards for transactions that are denominated in foreign currencies, either locally or when they travel abroad.

Let me cut the story short, From January 1st, your local Master naira card becomes useless on AliExpress, Gearbest, best buy or any foreign site.

What of PayPal?

I don’t know about PayPal, but since its linked to your Master Card, I guess it will be useless to but I’m not too sure about it.