Caption – SLT Mobitel representatives exchanging the partnership agreement with Hon. Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen and Lanka Sathosa Chairman Mr. Rohantha Athukorala.
The National Mobile Service Provider SLT Mobitel has expanded its mCash merchant and retailer network once more by securing a new partnership with Lanka Sathosa to offer customers an all-in-one solution to deposit and withdraw cash, make utility bill payments, insurance premiums, leasing payments and purchase goods & services all under one roof. Through this partnership not only mCash customers but simply anyone can walk into any of the LankaSathosasupermarkets island wide and perform any of the above transactions. This partnership will further expand SLT Mobitel’s reach and enhance convenience to its customer base throughout all parts of Sri Lanka.
mCash now offers both Mobitel and Etisalat customers the opportunity to benefit from a wide range of exclusive services in an endeavour to make mCash widely accessible anywhere and at any time. The user-friendly mobile solution can be utilised by simply walking into any Lanka Sathosa supermarketsislandwide. The launch of the service at Lanka Sathosa supermarkets and the expansion of the mCash retailer network will further enhance customer convenience. With mCash, lifestyles will be transformed to a simpler form of living enabling customers to make all their consumer decisions on their mobile device in a technologically efficient manner.Additionally, customers who purchase goods via mCash from any of the Lanka Sathosa supermarkets will get special discounts on specified days.
Having experienced growth over the years with a rapidly growing clientele, Mobitel has made a strong presence islandwide with mCash which enables 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 depositing, withdrawing and transferring money, paying utility bills, insurance premiums and leasing payments, settling payments to government institutions, making charitable donations and purchases for goods and services.