N-Power Programme

Npower Device selection guide and instructions

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Npower Device selection guide and instructions

Welcome to Npower device selection process

But before you select your preferred Npower device…


Below is some important information you need to have before proceeding to choosing a device that would help in performing your role.

Please read the information carefully and ensure you understand it before proceeding.

There are nine (9) device options available:

  1. Afrione 2in1
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  2. Speedstar windows tablet
  3. HP
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  4. Zinox Zpad tablet
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  5. Techno pad
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  6. Samsung Tab E
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  7. Brian N-power iPad 1
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  8. RLG Tablet
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  9. Floss Signatures tablets

Please ensure that you look at all the specifications of the devices and support information carefully, before selecting one.

Please note that device selection is FINAL and cannot be changed once your selection has been made. Therefore, it is important that you go over ALL the options before making your choice.

There is a Tool Grant provided by the Federal Government to cover your device as it is a compulsory tool for learning and work in the N-Power Volunteer Scheme.

Please note, however, that the cost of some devices are above the amount the Tool Grant covers. If your preferred device is above the amount covered by the grant, the additional cost will be deducted from your monthly stipend over the period of the programme, not exceeding twenty (20) months.

On the details page of the available devices, you will find information on the cost details and deductions from your monthly stipend, if any.

Please chat with the online representative if you have further questions on this information.

Kindly note that after selecting your device, you would be contacted in due course with the time and location to pick up your device

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