NetOne relaunches mobile cash transfer

GOVERNMENT plans to establish school development programmes by rolling out OneWallet agents throughout the country that will make it easier for parents to pay school fees.

By Tarisai Mandizha

Speaking at the OneWallet relaunching ceremony in Harare, the Minister of Information and Communication Technology and Postal and Courier Services Webster Shamu said OneWallet is a mobile banking platform which incorporates money transfers, sending, receiving cash as well as paying bills.

“NetOne is always lagging behind because of bureaucracy in government resulting in some of its ideas getting stolen before implementation,” Shamu said.

He said although the facility has existed for years only to NetOne subscribers, it will now operate across all mobile networks in Zimbabwe.

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6 Comments

  1. Kutanga hakusi kusvika, Tinozova Net one iriyo yakatanga kupihwa rezinesi, asiyavekudarikwa nedzakapedzisira, poor management Webster, chimbosiyayi appoitment dzemamanager ekurwahondo

  2. can people in the diaspora also b able to use or transfer money into this Onewallet to pay childrens fees back home.

  3. Be wary of anything spearheaded by a Zanu PF crony. When they run out of money they simply raid individual accounts just as the reserve bank did. Trust them at your peril.

      1. CDE I like !!!!

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