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MTN Subscribers Are Available to Make Payments Via WhatsApp

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TechInAfrica – MTN carries good news for its customers since it decided to collaborate with Ozow to make payment easier. The partnership will allow MTN subscribers to buy data and airtime instantly through WhatsApp – an industry-first in South Africa.

Jacqui O’Sullivan, Executive of Corporate Affairs at MTN South Africa stated that it was a new way in South Africa to give customers the capability to pay seamlessly through WhatsApp. It brings a seamless method to stay connected in touch and tune while being simple and guaranteed. Above all, it will help improve monetary and digital consideration and upgrade access for purchasers.

Officially launched in 2019, the new service – payment through WhatsApp – is provided inside the MTN Chat platform. It will allow customers to start the purchase of airtime and data packages inside their WhatsApp chat.

However, the payment method through WhatsApp chat is relatively new globally. It was first examined in India in 2018. In 2020, it was officially launched in Brazil.

O’Sullivan said, “our point is to guarantee South Africans don’t pass up significant advances in innovation and have the most recent state-of-the-art solutions readily available so they can appreciate the full advantages of computerized life.”

Thomas Pays, Co-Founder and CEO of Ozow, stated that they are excited to work with MTN. Ozow tries to provide the easiest way for clients to have the option to securely buy airtime and data instantly from the WhatsApp application on the spot, wherever and whenever customers are.

Convenience is required to be a significant advantage and to begin, customers only need to install WhatsApp applications on their cell phone to experience the new, seamless and secure payment from MTN and Ozow.

Source: Itnewsafrica.com

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