Vodacom

Vodacom is an African communications company whose payment method, M-Pesa, is very popular in Tanzania. M-Pesa allows customers to send and receive money, receive cash through Western Union, pay bills and purchase airtime.

Vodacom is an African communications company whose payment method, M-Pesa, is very popular in Tanzania. M-Pesa allows customers to send and receive money, receive cash through Western Union, pay bills and purchase airtime.

Other services offered by M-Pesa include a MasterCard that can be used at online merchants and M-Pawa, which allows you to operate a savings accounts from your phone. There's no minimum balance required with M-Pawa, and it offers the convenience of a savings account without ever having to step foot in a bank.

The M-Pesa App

The M-Pesa app gives you full control over all of your transactions and bank account. You can send money directly to your contacts without typing in numbers; you can also view your M-Pesa balance with a single tap. Other convenient services include listing your favorite contacts and businesses that you transact with and making payments using QR codes.

M-Pesa for Businesses

M-Pesa is available for businesses and allows merchants to collect money from clients through the Vodacom portal. There’s also Lipa kwa M-Pesa, Vodacom’s payments solution that allows merchants to accept digital payments.

Security

Vodacom has specialized security teams that review and update its security measures on a constant basis. The company also complies with privacy laws and works in partnership with governments, regulators, and policy-makers to ensure high levels of privacy and security.

Customer Service

Vodacom offers outstanding customer service that’s available 24/7 via live chat, email, and social media channels. There are also FAQ pages on the website in English and Swahili.

More Information

Would you like to learn more? Visit the following link for more details and information: vodacom.co.tz.

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