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Cameroon : MTN customers receive a 100% refund for all payments via MoMo

Douala 12 August 2021. Mobile Money Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of its new campaign dubbed “MoMo Pay”, which rewards all payments made from the MTN MoMo account.

MTN Cameroon subscribers with an active MTN MoMo account who have made a payment via MTN MoMo of at least 100 FCFA will be able to benefit this promotion which runs from 10 August to 31 October 2021.

Practically, all payments of a minimum of 100 FCFA made between 05am and 10pm are 100% reimbursed either in airtime for calls to MTN, in cash, or in data bonus.

To win cash prizes of up to 50,000 FCFA, the MTN MoMo subscriber must simply make a payment via MoMo of at least 5,000 FCFA. A winner will be chosen every 30 minutes from 08 am to 10 pm. Winners refunded in MTN calls and free Internet will receive the full amount of their payment capped at a maximum of FCFA 10,000 per reimbursement. In this regard, the winners will have to activate their bonus by dialling *160#.

The “MoMo Pay” promo is in line with MTN Cameroon’s vision to deliver on its promise to make the lives of its subscribers brighter with simple, accessible, and secure services for greater satisfaction. This promo is also characterized by an innovation, which is the payment by QR code, at merchant points that accept MTN MoMo, to ease an exceptional customer experience. In this light, customers will need to download the MTN MoMo app while merchants will download the MoMo Merchant app, all of them available on Playstore and Appstore.

With more than 10 million subscribers owning a mobile money account, these innovations help to reinforce MTN MoMo’s position as leader in the merchant ecosystem, and  the most secure payment method in Cameroon,” said Alain Nono, General Manager of Mobile Money Corporation.

The “MoMo Pay” promo is valid for payments in high schools, colleges and universities, payment at MTN own-stores, payment of Eneo and Canal+ bills, CNPS contributions, taxes, insurance premiums at Activa, SUNU, Prudential Beneficial, online payments, as well as payment at the over 125,000 active merchant points.

The MTN Mobile Money service is operational in Cameroon for more than 11 years now and enables millions of users to send and withdraw money, receive money from abroad, pay bills free of charge in shops, and pay for various goods and services.

The MTN Mobile Money service, with more than 60,000 active top-up points and 125,000 active merchants who accept payment through MTN MoMo, totals more than 185,000 access points across the 10 regions of the country and is the largest distribution network in Cameroon, as well as the most secure mobile money platform, with the first and only GSMA certification within the CEMAC zone.

By MTN Cameroon

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