EzeeMmoney is the new entrant into the Ugandan cashless market and it is aiming to provide more convenient services through the new platform.
EzeeMoney works like an ATM card and clients can access its services by tapping it into the EzeeMoney terminal machines which will be spread all over the country.
HumanIPO reported last EzeeMoney was now looking to expand worldwide, but there are already 2,000 sales points with agents operating the terminals where customers can withdraw money or pay bills.
“We’re offering an extension for all services, so our card can be linked to all networks and it serves as your e-money wallet,” Zerubabel Kwebiiha Junior, EzeeMoney’s chief executive officer, said, reported The Observer.
An EzeeMoney card costs UGX3,000 (US$1.17) and it will also be possible for customers to send or receive money by purchasing vouchers from EzeeMoney agents regardless of whether they have a mobile phone.
During the recent launch at Kampala Sheraton hotel, Centenary Bank chief executive officer Fabian Kasi confirmed the bank had moved billions through EzeeMoney to disburse loans, especially to their rural customers.
The company is looking to revolutionise Uganda’s cashless transactions with EzeeMoney Hybrid and EzeeMoney Vouchers.
Sia Lee, founder of Mobile Money International, the parent company of EzeeMoney Ltd, assured the public of sound management, given their solid business background and successes in Malaysia, Indonesia, Kenya and Tanzania.