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Airtel’s mobile money service ‘Airtel Money’ is spreading all over the country with the fastest and most reliable way of paying bills, sending and receiving money nationwide.
Airtel Money is a new mobile commerce service from Airtel that allows consumers to use their mobile phones as a mobile wallet. With Airtel Money you can pay bills while sitting comfortably at home with your registered mobile phone. ‘Airtel Money ‘is designed in such a way that even those without bank accounts can use it.
To make life easy we have partnered with leading international and regional banks such as Guaranty Trust Bank, Eco Bank and Zenith Bank where customers can buy virtual cash and enjoy the services of ‘Airtel Money’.
With virtual money in your phone you are able to top-up yours and a loved ones phone anytime of the day and to make it even more attractive you get 50% bonus on recharge to use on Airtel to Airtel calls.
‘Airtel Money’ allows you to send and receive money anywhere there is coverage in Sierra Leone and it is safe and reliable. You can also pay your DSTV (Transnational and Multichoice) bills using Airtel Money.
All you need to enjoy the service is to register for free at any Airtel authorized money agent like outlets, banks and kiosks nationwide with a valid proof of identity and fill out and sign an individual customer registration form which will ask you for details like, your name, Airtel number, alternative number, address, gender, ID number Nationality, DOB, POB, and next of kin.
Register today and be part of this incomparable service.
AIRTEL MONEY- MONI NA U FON.
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