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We do not have any plans of scrapping free mobile money transfer – Vodafone Ghana

Vodafone Ghana has said that it isn't always thinking about scrapping its telco waiver (free mobile money transfer) on all transactions whenever soon.

Mobile Financial Services Manager for Vodafone Ghana, Judith Adumoa Bossman, disclosed this at the Super Morning Show on Wednesday, May 4, all through an interplay with co-host, Winston Amoah.

She defined that “for Vodafone, we apprehend that our clients have problems from the financial hardships emanating from the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, the discount is to assist our clients navigate those demanding situations.”Vodafone is the best community in Ghana presently waiving off its transaction rate of 0.75% on Mobile Money transactions. This method that sending cash from Vodafone to Vodafone customers or Vodafone to different community customers is loose, however, the e-Levy costs will apply.While many have lauded Vodafone for this move, issues were raised that this can pose destiny demanding situations to the community (in phrases of losses) however Madam Adumoa Bossman in response to such issues emphasized that the benefits [from the initiative] outweigh the losses probable to be made.

“The profits were extra,” she stressed.

While entreating more people to join the community, she expressed pleasure over the development the community has made because it commenced soaking up the telco rate on Mobile Money transactions.“If you realise, as a long way again as 2019, we commenced loose peer-to-peer transfers after which closing 12 months we delivered the loose cellular cash interoperability and we're pretty excited due to the fact our clients surely hopped on to those loose offerings and we've visible out of the ordinary boom over the length waiving off the carrier rate,” she said.

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