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Multichoice Has Its Ghana Subscribers Paying Online

by Caroline Vutagwa
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Subscribers of Multichoice in Ghana now have a new and easy way of getting their Dstv and GOtv subscriptions paid as Multichoice Ghana Limited and eTranzact Ghana Limited have launched an online payment platform, Easy Pay.

Easy Pay platform, conveniently enables the user to make their monthly payment online for a range of services at any time, by using their mobile phones, the internet or an eTranzact Point of Sale device.

DStv and GOtv subscribers who also have accounts with Ghana Commercial Bank, Access Bank, First Atlantic Bank, Bank of Africa, First Capital Plus, Women’s World Banking, Midland Savings and Loans, Energy Bank, Zenith Bank and UBA, can make payments directly from their bank accounts using the mobile banking service by their various banks.

The other option is purchasing an Easy Pay card from the eTranzact Office in Accra or any of the Multichoice offices in Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi and pay their DStv and GOtv subscriptions via the internet.

The General Manager of Multichoice Ghana Limited and Director of GOtv Ghana Limited, Cecil Sunkwa-Mills, had this to say: “Multichoice is committed to ensuring that it provides easy and convenient payment options for DStv and GOtv subscribers to always stay connected and enjoy the best television experience provided by DStv and GOtv.”

The Chief Operating Officer of eTranzact, George Babafemi, noted that his outfit is excited to work with Multichoice as a payment aggregator across Ghana.

“This partnership is expected to make subscription payment a delightful experience for customers who will for the first time have the rare choice of Secured Internet Payment by using the eTranzact cards and other cards accepted on the eTranzact Payment Portal,” he said.

He added that all payments made through this platform are instant and he encouraged banks and other agents to seeking to collect subscriptions on behalf of Multichoice to do so by partnering with eTranzact.

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