mCash partners with Cooplife Insurance Limited for Insurance Premium Payments

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The National Mobile Service Provider, Mobitel has partnered with Cooplife Insurance Limited to increase its institute partner network for insurance premium payments via mCash. With the introduction of this service, any Cooplife Insurance customer can simply pay their insurance premium payments from his/her own mCash Account or walk into any of the mCash touch points and make their insurance premium payments conveniently. This service is available for both Mobitel and non-Mobitel customers to provide everyone the opportunity to experience the best benefits offered through mCash. mCash is an all-in-one effective service that allows the convenience of settling utility bills, insurance premiums and leasing payments of multiple  partnering Institutes with the use of a mobile.

Having experienced rapid growth over the years with a growing clientele, mCash has enabled its users to maintain a mobile money account to experience a whole new quick and convenient method of carrying out monetary transactions. Licensed under the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, mCash provides a full range of services that include Top up, withdrawals, money transfers, paying utility bills, insurance premiums and leasing payments, settling payments for government taxes, making charitable donations and purchases for goods and services. mCash has an extensive Retailer network of 14,000 + touch points island wide including Mobitel Branches, SLT Teleshops and Singer Mega outlets, Supermarkets, Leading Banks, 600 + Commercial Bank ATM’s for cardless withdrawals and 200 + Pay & Go kiosks located in central areas for mCash services. To register for mCash simply dial #111# from your Mobitel or Etisalat phone to get started.

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