e-Scape Technologies Launches SMS Word Game With MTN And SquareMobile Sri Lanka

e-Scape Technologies Limited in partnership with Square Mobile Sri Lanka and Telecommunications company, MTN introduces an interesting, interactive and fun way to improve your English Language proficiency right on your mobile phone – SMS Word Game.

Word Game is a fun and interactive SMS based English vocabulary game that enables mobile subscribers to test their knowledge of the English Language by answering series of English word puzzles. See more after the cut…

According to a spokesperson from e-Scape Technologies, the Game which has won many awards in all the different countries where it has been launched is skewed towards improving the English Language capabilities of Nigerians on the MTN platform, in an innovative, fun, entertaining and interactive way.

As part of efforts to make learning on the game more attractive for subscribers, the developers of the game at Square Mobile and e-Scape say they will be rolling out a plethora of additional value added services, alongside incentives for subscribers of the game on the MTN network in the coming weeks.

Playing SMS Word Game requires no internet connection and is accessible to both smart and feature phone subscribers on the MTN network. Subscribers can text a specified Keyword, WGDAY to 5566 to subscribe for the daily package, or WG to 5566 to subscribe for the weekly package. Subscribers are billed 10 naira daily for the daily package, and 50 naira weekly for the weekly package, and are provided with 10 SMS daily to play the game; that is about 1 Naira per SMS, the cheapest for any value added service in Nigeria.

Benefits of the Game

EDUCATIVE – Improves your English Language Vocabulary and Provides Learning – Youths, Students, Pupils, Everyone can play!

FUN AND ENTERTAINING – It is an effective and innovative way of learning with a game. You Can Play with friends and family.

INTERACTIVE – Invite your friends from social media to beat your high score.

REWARDING – Be rewarded with value points for every correct answer and earn daily and weekly incentives, if you top the Leaderboard.


Click here for more on steps on how to play the game:


e-Scape Technologies Awarded Patent to Develop Micro-Mobile Health Scheme Technology (MMHS).

We are not a technology dependent company, rather, our core focus is to develop technologies that Nigeria can export to other nations of Africa and the world. This we will continue to do in line with government’s development goals”.

This much was said by the CEO and founder of e-Scape Technologies Limited Nigeria, Christopher Abhulimen, shortly after e-Scape Technologies Limited was awarded technology patent to deploy a Micro-Mobile Health Scheme (MMHS) technology by the Federal government of Nigeria.

The MMHS describes both a method and system for accessing healthcare insurance by using airtime from subscriber mobile phones to make micro payments to fulfil conditions for the different healthcare products provided by health management organizations.

According to Mr. Abulimen, the MMHS will help to improve access to quality health care among Nigerians.

“The solution was conceptualized and developed to address the challenges facing the National Health Insurance Scheme which is providing accessible health care insurance coverage for Africans and reducing out-of-pocket expenses related to using health services. Traditional systems of pre-paid health contributions were plagued by plethora of challenges which the present system addresses effectively by utilizing the mobile phone which is the most ubiquitous device present today”.

“This method utilizes a simple system that allows weekly micro contributions from as small as $1 and upwards to be made from the mobile subscriber’s airtime credit. It is a pre-payment model based on a setting up a target amount to be contributed during a period known as a ‘gestation period’ during which regular deductions shall be made until the period has elapsed and the user then qualifies for a customized health insurance product”.

“Every Mobile subscriber is a potential target customer and his MSISDN (Mobile Subscriber Number) is his unique health registration number allowing him to ‘Opt-in’ for the scheme at zero access costs utilizing the provided bearer channels; SMS, USSD and Mobile App and presenting them with user registration menu that will collect initial user registration details (Full Name, Date of Birth, Sex, Location, Email Address, etc. from the subscriber and allowing him to select from a menu of contribution options.

“The mobile system also provides for secondary support services like preliminary diagnosis, doctor appointment alerts, reminders, outbreak alerts and health warnings and more importantly health tips. This new system shall plug into the existing relationship between Health Maintenance Organizations and the National Health Insurance Scheme providing the necessary support and technical infrastructure to successfully deliver on the promise for Universal Health Insurance Coverage for Africans within a few years of its implementation”. He says.

Subscribers can opt in for the healthcare service by registering their phone numbers via a USSD short-code from where they are billed, a token sum of money, in airtime value, every month, or otherwise. This gives subscribers access to medical services at all partner hospitals nationwide whenever they have the need to visit a hospital.


e-Scape Technologies Awarded Patent to Develop Technology for Mobile Payments Through GSM Airtime Credit

e-Scape Technologies Limited has registered another technological milestone, this time with its soon to be launched mobile payment solution, ‘Airtime Exchange’.

The company has been awarded patents to develop and deploy the mobile payment solution, Airtime Exchange, which is set to change the face of mobile payments in Nigeria and across Africa; by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Chief Executive Officer and founder of the company, Chris Abhulimen says he is very excited as this new technology presents lots of payment possibilities within the mobile payment ecosystem.

According to him, escape technologies is currently seeking equity partnerships to develop and deploy the technology in Nigeria and across Africa.


e-Scape Technologies Seeks NHIS Partnership to Deploy Micro-Mobile Health Care Solution (MMHS) Technology

e-Scape Technologies Limited has stepped up in its bid to provide access to affordable healthcare services for Nigerians in partnership with the Nigerian Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), for the deployment of her patented technology called, Micro-Mobile Health Scheme.

According to the CEO of e-Scape Technologies, Chris Abulimen, “the Micro-Mobile Health Scheme (MMHS) technology was conceptualized and developed to address the challenges facing the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), which is providing accessible health care insurance coverage for Africans and reducing out-of-pocket expenses related to using health services”.

e-Scape Technologies Limited is currently in talks with the NHIS over a strategic partnership that will allow it plug into the existing relationship between Health Maintenance Organizations and the National Health Insurance Scheme providing the necessary support and technical infrastructure to successfully deliver on the promise for Universal Health Insurance Coverage for Africans within a few years of its implementation.