Nigerians, Here's How You Can Pay For Your Apple Music Subscription

Living in Nigeria, and relying on international services, is one of the hardest things to do these days.

When you want to smile but you remember that you live in Nigeria:

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Last year, Apple announced that it will start accepting Naira payments on its App Store, iTunes and Apple music. But because Nigerians cannot have good things, none of our cards were still able to pay on these platforms because all the Nigerian banks blocked Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) transactions, which enabled these international vendors to charge in Naira.

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But a few days ago, GTBank emailed users to let them know that DCC transactions are now allowed on their dollar debit card. Sure, you have to go open a dollar domiciliary account with the bank, find your own dollars while it is currently scarce, and you still cannot spend above monthly...

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...But, at least, you have Apple Music.

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