TechInAfrica – The telco’s Kenyan-based mobile money application, Telkom T-Kash, has been completely coordinated into the government advanced administrations platform, Citizen.
The collaboration between Telkom and the Kenyan government will allow T-Kash customers to pay for National and County Government Services. For all services that are available inside the platform, according to Gadgets Africa.
Some services are available on the platform that can be paid for by T-Kash customers such as the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Business Registration Service, and Immigration Services. The list also includes services under the Civil Registration Department, Office of the Attorney General, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB), The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), National Construction Authority, Kenya Film Commission, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) and the Ministries of Land and Mining.
Telkom CEO, Mugo Kibati stated that the great collaboration helps to develop the income collection option of eCitizen. It also increases service to Kenyans and fastens Telkom’s vision to be the right technology partner option for its customers, private and public sector clients.
Kibati also added that Telkom focuses on financial services, partnerships, and digitization. Telkom aims to improve its financial services as a response to its customers’ lifestyle that is continually developing where convenience and simplicity are crucial.
Prepaid and Top-Up International Roaming Services by Telkom
Recently, Telkom has established its international roaming services – which covered full access to voice, SMS, and data – to its Prepaid and Top-Up customers.
Andrew Dawson, Executive Product Portfolio Management at Telkom mentioned that it was a good chance for Telkom when it provides roaming services to previously excepted customers after an improvement in Telkom’s overall customer experience.
Telkom is excited to announce the offering to its prepaid customer. It has all the instruments set up to succeed, including worldwide provider abilities, IT administrations, and network support.