For Ghanaians, an easy way to pay for Showmax is by using your phone and MTN MoMo. Here’s how to do it.
No bank card for online payments, no worries. MTN has made it easier for Ghanaians and Ugandans to pay for Showmax, by using your mobile device instead of a bank card.
What is MTN MoMo?
MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) is a fast, simple, convenient, secure and affordable way of transferring money, making payments and doing other transactions using a mobile phone.
How to pay for Showmax with MTN MoMo
When signing up for Showmax at showmax.com, select MTN MoMo as your payment method and follow the steps:
Enter your MTN mobile number
Click ‘Pay with MTN MoMo’
Check your phone for payment request
Enter your MTN MoMo PIN (MM PIN) to approve payment
You’ll receive an SMS or email confirming payment
Start watching your favourite shows
How much does Showmax cost with MTN MoMo?
The standard Showmax plan costs GHC 45.99 and GHC 22.99 for the mobile version. Showmax Pro costs GHC 119.99 and GHC 59.99 for the mobile version.
What is Showmax?
It's a streaming service featuring hit African content, international series and movies, documentaries and kids' shows. Showmax Pro includes all this plus live sport from SuperSport, live music and news. Go to showmax.com for more.
What to watch on Showmax
Showmax also brings you popular Ghanaian series and movies from the likes of Shirley Frimpong-Manso (including her Africa Movie Academy Award-winners Potato Potahto and The Perfect Picture and her hit series Shampaign, with Jocelyn Dumas); Leila Djansi (including her multi-award-winning films Like Cotton Twines and her hit series 40 & Single); Juliet Ibrahim (Every Woman Has a Story) and Kwah Ansah (FESPACO Grand Prize Winner Heritage Africa).
International shows feature the best of HBO like Game of Thrones, Insecure and Emmy nominees Succession, Watchmen, Little Fires Everywhere, Big Little Lies, and more. Kids favourites include Paw Patrol and Doc McStuffins. Hollywood blockbusters include Bombshell (2019), starring Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman, and John Cena in Playing with Fire (2019).