- Vodafone Ghana has announced a waiver of all charges on mobile money transfers using the Vodafone Cash system
- The company revealed it intends to reduce the financial burdens on Ghanaians caused by the outbreak of COVID-19
- It added that it is continuously exploring avenues to provide innovative products and services to customers
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YEN.com.gh has learned that Vodafone Ghana has waived all charges on mobile money transfers using the Vodafone Cash platform.
Information available shows the decision is fuelled by a desire to lessen the financial burden on customers following the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The decision has been lauded as a revolutionary move and is the first to be done since the inception of mobile financial services in Ghana.
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According to Pushpinder Gujral, the Director of Vodafone’s Consumer Business Unit, the company will continue to provide solutions to empower customers so they can confidently use the Vodafone Cash service.
He added that the company is continuously exploring new avenues to provide innovative products and services to their customers.
Per a myjoyonline.com report, Gujral went on to say the decision falls in line with the company’s commitment to support the government’s efforts by becoming an integral part of promoting a digital economy.
In other news, MTN Ghana earlier announced an extension of the waiver on Mobile Money transfers up to GHc100 for three more months.
Information available shows the offer, which is for on-net transfers, lasts until 30 September.
In March, MTN Ghana announced the cancellation of charges on transfers up to GHc100.
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