Press Release: Telecash wins best aggregator award

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Telecel Comms and Branding Director- Obert Mandimika (left) and Distribition Manager – Titus Goredema (right) holding the Best Aggregator Award.

Telecel Zimbabwe’s mobile financial service platform, Telecash, has been awarded the Best Digital Financial Services Aggregator at the Agent banking and Digital Financial Services Awards held on Thursday this week.

The best aggregator award that Telecash won is in recognition of the mobile service’s promotion of interoperability in the mobile financial services sector. Telecel through Telecash is the only mobile network in Zimbabwe on the ZipIt and ZimSwitch platforms which allow Telecash users the ability to send and receive funds from all 13 local banks that are affiliated to the ZimSwitch platform out of the 15 local banks. The award also came with the consideration that Telecel Zimbabwe powers the most number of POS devices in the country.

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Commenting on the award, Telecel’s Head of Mobile Financial Services, Violet Masunda noted that Telecel was deliberately focused on making banking services widely available across all financial institutions to improve the overall customer experience of their customers and the ease of doing business.

“Telecash’s focus on improving the ease of doing business and transacting is the key consideration in the development of our services. Telecash deserves the recognition it has received as it is the only mobile financial platform in Zimbabwe that has a ZimSwitch enabled debit card which can be used at point of sale devices for purchasing goods and making payments.

Furthermore, Telecash is the only mobile financial service that allows bank to wallet and wallet to bank transfers with all the 13 ZimSwitch ready banks. This makes us a leading banking aggregator and has opened up access to banking services of the previously unbanked,” said Masunda.

Telecash also offers bulk payment solutions, merchant facilities as well as bill payment services. The mobile platform also introduced the Telecash Debit Gold card which allows holders to swipe for goods and services.

Telecel PR and CSR Manager – Francis Chimanda (left) handing over a cheque to Mr. Shenjere who won $20 000 in the MegaBucks Promotion. The money was sent to him via telecash. The Mega bucks promotion winners got their prizes on Thursday the 13th of July.

Telecash is a mobile money transfer facility that is provided by mobile network phone operator, Telecel Zimbabwe. The product offers great convenience to customers by allowing them to send money across all networks and make payments. When the product was ... Read More

Telecel Zimbabwe is a telecommunications services provider with most of its services in the mobile cellular network services. The company is owned jointly by the Empowerment Corporation (40%) and Vimpelcom (60%), one of the largest telecoms companies in the world. ... Read More

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