MTN Ghana Introduces ZERO Charges On Peer-to-Peer Mobile Money Transaction Up to GH¢100

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MTN Ghana ZERO Charges | Ghana has recorded up to 16 confirmed cases of coronavirus and carefully watching some other cases which are suspected to be coronavirus. Measures have been put in place to make sure everyone is safe from contracting the virus.

In support of the fight against coronavirus, the mobile telecommunication giant – MTN Ghana has introduced the “ZERO Charges” on their Mobile Money platform. The “ZERO Charges” means peer-to-peer MTN Mobile Money users can send and receive money using the service for free for transactions up to a hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢100).

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This initiate is to encourage cashless transactions to avoid the spread of the deadly coronavirus.

Ghana has as at the time of writing this article confirmed 16 cases of coronavirus and a number of suspected cases that are closely monitored.

“Avoid handling cash, #JustMomoIt and #LetsFightCoronaTogether because we’re #GoodTogether and that’s why #WeDey4U”

– MTN Ghana

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See below the post, MTN Ghana made on their official Facebook page concerning the “*ZERO Charges”:

Meanwhile, Wiyaala has made a video in her local dialect educating the fans and natives about what coronavirus is and how to protect themselves from contracting the virus.

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