So the people who use MyCash did not feel I did justice to MyCash in my article. I am always happy to receive feedback especially if it helps others make more informed decisions. Let me highlight what MyCash customers are happy about.
Ability to pay bills
You can pay bills on MyCash. You can pay for Cimas, Zesa, ADSL and Zol
Bank Card and Mobile Wallet all in one
You can transact using your phone and send money just by inserting a phone number. You can also swipe and do bank transactions.
Quick Access to ZIPIT
MyCash allows access to ZIPIT instantly without having to set up any mobile banking
All you need is your id to set up
Getting a MyCash account is simple and is not too much of a hassle. As long as you have your id you are good to go.
No monthly fee
On top of having low charges MyCash of only 25c MyCash to MyCash and $1 for bank transfers it does not any monthly fee.
What about Ecocash Customers?
If you mostly transact using Ecocash then if you switch to MyCash you still have the ability to pay bills and you don’t have to worry about there being no network. It will also be cheaper if the person you are sending to has MyCash as well. Only problem you might have is if the people you mostly deal with strictly want Ecocash.
The way I see it…
Its not enough for you to be convinced to get it but you have to convince others to have it as well for it to be a real benefit. However even if they are not on MyCash it is a cheaper solution for bank transfers. Whether you will save using MyCash is dependent on how often you transact and what the people you transact with use.
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