Working in partnership with Malaysian-based, Mobile Money International, EzeeMoney allows users to purchase temporary value using the EzeeMoney vouchers or send and receive money using the EzeeMoney card (an ATM-like card and cash in or out at the various authorized EzeeMoney agents countrywide.
Users can can send and receive money to anyone with or without a mobile phone anywhere in Uganda, pay bills, buy airtime, data packages, pay for goods and services, receive disbursements using your tap to pay Ezee Money card which is linked to mobile phone numbers. Users can also take advantage of cash vouchers to transact. do bank deposits, School Fees, Sports Betting, Bulk Payments, Loan Repayments, Hybrid Card or just send money.
Though its solution is largely telecom independent, the firm aims to further financial inclusion for the over 60 percent excluded from mobile money due to lack of handset ownership.
According to Zerubabel Junior Kwebiiha, CEO EzeeMoney Uganda, anyone send or receive money whether they have a mobile phone or not as long as they go to EzeeMoney agents countrywide.
EzeeMoney last year invested over $5m for cashflow and capital expenditure. The firm has been launching its agent network across the country and allows a user to withdraw up to $2000 a day. Locally it works with Centenary Bank.