NetOne, one money has indulged in a campaign to provide one money merchant codes to small retail outlets in the CBD to enable them to conduct transactions with their clients using One Money.
In an interview with Techunzipped News, One Money zone commander, Mr Shepherd Muyutu said the main aim of the campaign is to make everyone move to one money which is much cheaper as it is proving free services for the rest of this year.
“What we are doing is just to make sure that all our people cross over to our One Money bank and mobile transfer which is fast and reliable.
“In terms of money we have crapped off all the charges on the one money platform until December 31 except for the mandatory and statutory charges like the two percent.” He said.
Mr Muyutu further on added that the services are also being offered to people who do not have bank accounts so that they are able to accept transactions through a Zippit platform which is available on One Money.
“To all those who have got informal businesses and do not have bank accounts we would like to offer them solutions through what we are calling a P to P merchant that can allow Zippit into their One money account so that even if they don’t have pose machines they are able to then accept any transactions via our zippit platform which is available on One Money.”
Meanwhile, Techunzipped news took time to speak to small retail owners who have been provided with the merchant codes to hear their views.
“One money is cheaper, it has less charges, I haven’t used it for a long time but it is promising to be reliable.” Edmore Chabata of Premier audio said.
“I like One Money so much, it is cheap and I think it is profitable too”, Peter Chikoko of Goalbet Earthmovers said.
Letty Mavuso of Beauty Matters who have been using One Money for at least one year now said One Money has been providing the best services ever that she is even offering 10% discount to anyone who pay for their services using one money.