Vodafone Announces Cash-Back and Free Transfers for 6 Months to M-Pesa Customers

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    India's one of the telecom operator Vodafone has announced a new offer for its M-Pesa customers on transactions pertaining to Mobile Money Transfers and Utility Bill Payments.

    Vodafone Announces Cash-Back and Free Transfers to M-Pesa Customers

    Under this offer, all new M-Pesa customers making utility payments through M-Pesa get upto Rs. 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 Rs. 100/month.

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    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 Rs. 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."

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    "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.

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