19 December 2012

Ghana: MTN Celebrates Christmas With Subscribers On Mobile Money

MTN Ghana, the leading telecommunications company in Ghana is rewarding MTN Mobile Money customers for using the service to send money to their friends, families and loved ones this Christmas.

Both the sender and the recipient will each receive GH¢10.00 bonus airtime on transfers of GH¢ 50 and above made on the MTN Mobile Money platform.

MTN Mobile Money enables customers to purchase MTN airtime, send or receive money locally and remittances from abroad, pay bills including MTN Post Paid, DSTV, ECG Bills and school fees using the mobile phone.

Customers can also shop online, purchase airline tickets, order and make payment for food from their favorite restaurants. MTN Mobile Money also enable customers to purchase micro insurance (Mi life Insurance) and pay for micro investment products, demonstrating the enormous potential of electronic payment platforms. The offer started on 3rd December 2012 and will end on January 6th 2013.

Launching the promotion, Eli Hini, Senior Manager for Mobile Money, MTN Ghana said MTN is committed to rewarding customers for their loyalty and commitment to the brand.

"Our aim as an organization is to promote a cashless economy and through this promotion we are reaching out to our customers to send their usual Christmas cash gifts to their friends and loved ones through the mobile phone.

MTN Ghana launched the Mobile Money Service in 2009, to enable Ghanaians to make financial transactions on their mobile phones.

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