Zimbabwe firms embrace OneMoney

By Staff reporter | 23 Nov 2019 at 14:02hrs
NETONE says most companies operating in the country have embraced its mobile money payment platform, OneMoney. OneMoney previously known as One Wallet before it was rebranded in 2017— offers a bulk payment solution called OnePay, which allows corporates and other entities to process multiple wallet transactions.

"Several companies have adopted this mode of payment for payroll processing, as well as payment of allowances. Tertiary institutions can also utilise this platform for processing student grants and other stipends. Several tobacco and cotton farmers have also received their payments using this robust payment platform," the company said.

The mobile money platform's active subscribers grew by 97 percent to 425 000 in the quarter to September 2019 from 215 000 in the previous quarter.

"OneMoney is on a positive trajectory as result of customer focused solutions. When we develop our products and services our aim is to improve the customer experience, through seamless communication solutions delivered with an edge," NetOne said.

"The current product offering from OneMoney is a firm commitment of our aspiration to integrate society into convenient mobile solutions.

"As we continue to operate in the fast paced global village of the 21st century, NetOne is committed to creating value for all Zimbabweans from all walks as we play our role in the upliftment of our great nation."



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