Mobile Money has made life easier and this method of transferring money has seemingly become the most inclusive and accepted mode of cashless payment – right from the fancy restaurant at Silver Star Towers to the corner store on your way home.
Anyone and everyone can sign up for a mobile money wallet and with the advent of mobile money payment interoperability – a system that allows transfer of funds from mobile money accounts to bank accounts and vice versa, the agenda to push financial inclusion is finally being realised as many Ghanaians now have a reason to set up bank accounts to be linked to their mobile money wallets.
At the fore of Mobile Money Payment Interoperability coupled with innovative digital technology, is Standard Chartered’s SC Mobile app, which is making life for the already banked and new to bank population efficient, safer and smarter.
With the SC Mobile App, one can set up a bank account in minutes, without visiting the bank or branch, and immediately enjoy services that hitherto could only be done in the branch.
Most notable of these services is the payment service that allows one to transfer money from their bank account to a money wallet.
The mobile money payment functionality permits a transfer to a registered MTN, Vodafone or AirtelTigo Wallet; all while in your comfort zone or on the go.
Especially in these times of COVID-19, it is advisable to find alternative means to remain cashless and carry out banking and financial transactions without visiting the bank.
Staying true to its brand promise ‘Here for Good,’ Standard Chartered Bank has made cashless transactions possible through its SC Mobile app and continues to innovate and provide relevant solutions that meet the demands of its customers, while ensuring that they remain safe.
To get started with your mobile money transfer, download the SC Mobile App or visit www.sc/com/gh and open your account hassle-free and with the SC Mobile will help you with all your mobile money transactions.
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