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Ghana: Telecel Cash now available as a payment option on Google Play

Telecel Mobile Financial Services Ltd, known for Telecel Cash, has partnered with Cellulant, a leading technology company, to introduce Telecel Cash as a convenient payment option for Google Play users in Ghana. This collaboration allows Telecel Cash customers to easily buy apps and services directly from Google Play, improving their digital transactions.

This initiative is a step towards broadening payment choices and enhancing transaction convenience for Google Play users, particularly in areas where traditional credit card usage is limited. By integrating Telecel Cash, Telecel Ghana and Cellulant are offering a smooth, secure, and user-friendly payment solution tailored to the preferences of the Ghanaian market.

Richard Gesimba, Vice President, Cellulant Checkout Business Unit, highlighted the significance of the collaboration. “Our partnership with Telecel Ghana aims to innovate and deliver payment solutions that address the evolving needs of African consumers. This integration makes it easier for them to access a world of apps and content on Google Play without traditional banking facilities.” He noted.

Philip Amoateng, Director for Telecel Cash, emphasized the benefits for customers.  “The inclusion of Telecel Cash as a payment option on Google Play significantly enhances our service offerings. It offers our customers a straightforward and secure way to enjoy all the features and capabilities that Google Play has to offer. We are committed to enhancing our customers’ digital experiences and ensuring they can access global digital content with ease.”, he added.

Google Play, developed and managed by Google, serves as the official app store for the Android operating system. It provides users with access to a wide range of applications developed using the Android software development kit and distributed through Google’s platform.

The introduction of Telecel Cash as a payment option on Google Play is expected to increase the platform’s usage in Ghana, where mobile money plays a significant role in financial transactions.

This move demonstrates Telecel Ghana’s dedication to improving customer experience and broadening digital accessibility for its users.

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