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Hundreds of Vodafone cash subscribers have yet again participated in one of the exciting pre-Xmas shopping experiences in Accra.

The one-day cashless bazaar held at the forecourt of Vodafone Ghana Head Office on Friday, offered customers heavy discounts on a variety of items.

The periodic arts, fashion and food fair organized by Vodafone gives its Vodafone cash subscribers and the public an opportunity to shop from more than hundred carefully selected vendors, at massive discounts using Ghana’s most secured mobile money platform, Vodafone Cash.

Speaking at the Bazaar, Martison Obeng-Agyei, Head of Vodafone Cash, said:

“The Vodafone Cash pre-Xmas is a continuation of our Vodafone Cash Bazaar in June. Customers requested for another edition because they were very happy with the discount they got on their previous purchases. They are very satisfied with our mobile money service transactions that allows them to purchase anything from Vodafone Cash wallets without charges.”

“Apart from the aim of the event to reward Vodafone Cash subscribers with massive discounts, we use the platform to encourage customers and the public at large to send money via Vodafone Cash. This is because Vodafone cash is currently the only mobile money operator that allows subscribers to send money from their wallets to other Vodafone Cash wallets without charges” he explained.

Mr. Obeng- Agyei assured customers of an exciting Christmas with Vodafone as Vodafone Cash Subscribers have the luxury to send any amount to their loved ones for free.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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