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Why Business Owners Should Go Cashless By Using Etranzact Pocketmoni. by amasha(f): 4:53pm On Jan 03, 2012
Like we all know, there is now a Policy for a Cashless Society and it was implemented on Sunday January 01 2012 in Lagos State. It is meant to gradually move the nation away from a cash-based economy to electronic payment system in line with what obtains in developed economies of the world.

As Business owners or would-be Business owners we should try to get ourselves up to speed.

Here, we’ll try to explain what Mobile Money service is about and then we’ll guide you through the steps to activate the Mobile Money Service in this case eTranzact Pocket Moni.

The good thing about The Mobile Money Service is that it works across all GSM networks and this extends your phone into a highly interactive feature-rich payment device. It’s simply amazing. Imagine your Mobile Phone been able to perform Banking Functions with just a click.

You might be wondering why Spread Media chose eTranzact Pocket Moni as its Mobile Money Service provider this is due to the fact that since inception, eTranzact has been the forerunner of mobile transaction services and has partnered with commercial banks to ensure the smooth running of Mobile Money Operation.

eTranzact Pocket Moni has various options such as:

    Cash Withdrawal
    Cash Deposit
    Purchase Airtime Recharge Cards (Pin and Pinless)
    Funds Transfer (to bank accounts, cards and mobile phones)
    Bills Payment (for Cable TVs, PHCN, School Fees, Health Schemes, etc)

Now looking at the above options (which you can do directly from your mobile phone through the eTranzact Pocket Moni Application), you might not be visiting the Bank in a long while.

It truly works, we’ve tried it and that’s why we are sharing this valid and very useful information.

As a Business owner, you might be thinking, what are the benefits for me? Here they are:


As a Business owner who makes use of the eTranzact Pocket Moni service, the benefits are endless:

    Ability for you to receive payments from clients more quickly.
    It provides a faster, safer, traceable and long distance way to pay people (and it doesn’t require change)
    You can pay for supplies/ services purchased straight from your phone.
    You can send, withdraw and save money all from your mobile phone.

Need I say more??

Picture this: As a Business owner who uses eTranzact Pocket Moni,:

    You can pay for services through your phone.
    You can send airtime to your staff to get things done.
    You can also send your staff’s salary to their account straight from your mobile phone.
    You can use it as a means to save money.
    You can also receive payments from your clients on your mobile phone.

Let’s get started:

HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE eTranzact PocketMoni Service.

Simple Steps to take:

Send an SMS: Reg Firstname Lastname (Code) to 20220 (For Mtn ,Airtel and Etisalat) OR (31030 For Glo)

Example: Reg John Emeka 000138

NOTE: Always include the 000138 code in the SMS before you send to the Mobile Operator Shortcode.

After sending the SMS, you will receive a confirmation SMS saying ‘A PocketMoni account has  been created for you’ and this SMS will also include your PIN and Reference Code

How to download the PocketMoni Java Application

Users can download the application to the Java-enabled phones in one of the following ways:

    Via Bluetooth File Transfer from PC to Phone
    By downloading from the URL: mobile.etranzact.com/PocketMoni.jar OR  mobile.etranzact.com/PocketMoni.jad
    Upon download, user should complete setup by providing the Mobile No and Pin obtained from initial registration.
    User can also redo the set-up by using the ‘change-setup’ option (under ‘utilities’ under the ‘Services’ menu.

Don’t forget: Mobile Operator Short Codes

(MTN, AIRTEL, ETISALAT- 20220) (GLO- 31030)

Funding Your PocketMoni Account

Your PocketMoni account can be funded in 4 ways:

    Cash deposit (Cash-in) at an agent location
    Cash deposit at a Partner Bank via PayOutlet
    Transfer from an eTanzact debit or prepaid card which has been added to the PocketMoni service by the cardholder.
    Transfer from another PocketMoni user.

Services Available to PocketMoni Users

Financial Transactions

i.            Buy Airtime

ii.            Send Money To

    PocketMoni user
    eTranzact card
    Any Mobile Phone user
    Bank Account

iii.            Withdraw cash

    At agent location
    At Partner Bank ATM via Cardlex cash

iv.            Pay Bills

    Pay Cable TV subscription (e.g Dstv, Hitv, MyTV)
    Pay Utilities, Fees, Levies and Taxes
    Pay Merchants (e.g Supermarkets, Restaurants, Petrol Filling Stations)

Non-Financial Transactions

i.            Change PIN

ii.            Check Balance

iii.            View Last 5 Transactions

iv.            Add/Delete eTranzact Debit/prepaid Card

v.            Change Set-up

That’s all

You can contact us for more info: Email: info@spreadmediang.com OR Call: 08023117715

Feel free to share this post on how to be a part of the Cashless Society.


Spread Media

Website: www.spreadmediang.com
FanPage: www.facebook.com/spreadmediang

Re: Why Business Owners Should Go Cashless By Using Etranzact Pocketmoni. by solar2005(m): 10:58am On Mar 15, 2012
If you want to become a Pocketmoni agent in Ibadan, call 07033023381 or 08074753829.

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