Vodafone M-Pesa customers get ‘cash-back’ and ‘free transfers’ for six months

New Delhi, India, April 22, 2015: Vodafone M-Pesa, the largest business banking correspondent in the country with over 90,000 agents brings a unique offer for all new M-Pesa customers on transactions pertaining to Mobile Money Transfers and Utility Bill Payments.

Under this offer, all new M-Pesa customers making utility payments through M-Pesa get upto INR 50 cash back every month for 6 months. Utilities include Vodafone Post-paid bills, Landline bills, Vodafone Pre-paid recharge, DTH recharges, and Electricity and Gas bill payments. The minimum payment needs to be INR.100/month.

In addition, all new customers who transfer money using his/her M-Pesa account anywhere in India (Person to Person or Person to Un-registered mobile no) get one mobile money transaction free every month for 6 months. The transaction amount needs to be anything between INR.1000-5000/month.

To avail this offer, customers need to register for M-Pesa by logging on to https://www.mpesa.in/portal/# or Dial*400# from their mobile or download the new Vodafone M-Pesa App on their mobile.

Speaking on this new, exciting customer proposition, Suresh Sethi, Business Head- M-Pesa, Vodafone India said “M-Pesa is an innovative financial service from Vodafone that brings the bank to the mobile and addresses the issue of access to financial services. We are confident that introducing the two offers around money transfer and payment of utility bills, will encourage our customers to first-hand experience the instant, secure and convenient way of making all their payments and transfer on the go through the secure M-Pesa Mobile Wallet.”

Vodafone M-Pesa brings the bank to the mobile and serves the needs of the unbanked and under banked, in a safe, fast and convenient manner. Today, with a pan-India distribution of over 90,000 agents and more than 3 million customers, Vodafone M-Pesa is the largest business banking correspondent in the country and is playing a vital role in enabling financial inclusion and m-commerce.

© Technuter.com News Service

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