Kenyans can now use their Visa card to pay for meals at the first ever drive-through restaurant in East and Central Africa. The outlet has opened at the Total service station along Mombasa Road and will cater to customers looking to grab a bite without getting out of their cars.
In an effort to further enhance consumer efficiency, global payments technology company Visa partnered with Total Kenya to launch the Jaza Ushinde promotion. The promotion aims to educate consumers on the convenience of paying with your Visa card and highlight economic advantages of chip and pin technology as well as cashless payments in general. The promotion will run from the 8th of December to the 31st of December.
During this time, selected lucky customers will be rewarded with a full tank of fuel whenever they purchase fuel using their Visa card at any Total service station in Kenya.
Jabu Basopo, Country Manager for Visa in Southern and East Africa, said that with the installation of more Point of Sale (POS) devices at Total service stations motorists can now pay for goods and services quickly and safely.
Basopo added that cashless transactions are not only useful for the regular driver, but also for fleet managers who will be better able to control and monitor their fuel expenses. In addition there are no surcharges on the spend, or minimum payment requirement to enjoy the Visa experience of convenience, security and efficiency.
Ada Eze, Total Kenya Managing Director, said that with the growth of e-commerce, Total Kenya will continue to offer motorists a host of payment options at the pump.
“We want to make paying for fuel and other commodities and services at Total service stations as convenient as possible for motorists. Total service stations are a key interaction point with our customers and so we promise to continuously offer innovative payment solutions that make purchases as seamless as possible.”