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GhanaPay registration in four regions ongoing

The GhanaPay mobile money service is actively accepting registrations in collaboration with several banks and the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement System (GhIPSS). This campaign is spreading across communities in the Greater Accra, Eastern, Western, and Western North regions, with registration events scheduled at various times throughout the month.

GhanaPay mobile money, like traditional mobile money services, is provided by universal banks, rural banks, and savings and loans companies. It offers essential mobile money functions and extends its offerings to include additional banking services designed to enhance users’ financial versatility.

A client can access GhanaPay mobile money through the USSD code (707) or by downloading the GhanaPay App, available on both the Google Play Store and iOS App Store. This service allows users to effortlessly transfer funds between different mobile money networks and bank accounts. Users can also conveniently perform cash-in and cash-out transactions. It’s worth noting that fund transfers using GhanaPay are free, except for the obligatory Electronic Levy (E-levy) charge.

Head-GhanaPay Mobile Money Unit, GhIPSS, Samuel Darko urged the public to take advantage of this opportunity to register and enjoy the convenience of mobile money services. He highlighted that as GhanaPay is offered by financial institutions, users can utilize their transaction history to support loan applications. He expressed: “The benefits of GhanaPay are substantial. It operates seamlessly across networks and is akin to having a bank account, because the bank that onboards you recognises and treats you as their customer”.

Mr. Darko clarifies that while individuals have an option to download the GhanaPay application and use it, the Fair aims to assist those who may not be technologically proficient – ensuring they are not excluded from the benefits offered by GhanaPay.

The GhanaPay Fair is set to extend into the month of November, encompassing communities in Accra, Koforidua, Sunyani, and Techiman within the Greater Accra, Eastern, Bono, and Bono East Regions, respectively.

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