Airtel Malawi Joins Forces With Kwese TV For Mobile Money Subscription Payments
According to the two companies, this new way of making payments will save their customers time and will also save them money because it costs less to pay a subscription via a cellphone than having to travel to a merchant to make a payment for pay TV services.
A few months prior to this development Airtel partnered with First Merchant Bank (FMB), a move that empowered customers to transact between the two banking channels.
Frank Magombo, the Marketing Director at Airtel, broke the news to the press in Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi. He expressed how grateful he was for this partnership and said that he was excited that the customers would be receiving an improved standard of service.
Magombo said that this new partnership with Kwese would provide another way for subscribers to enjoy the security, simplicity and enormous convenience that Airtel money offers.
A delighted Magombo declared that going forward; the Airtel money customers would be able to make payments for their Kwese TV subscriptions directly from their Airtel Money Wallet. Magombo is thrilled that this method is set to bring convenience right to the customers’ doorsteps and he believes that this efficient way of doing business will surely attract many new customers.
Wonder Msiska, Kwese TV’s Country Manager, shared that the company partnered with Airtel because they wanted to give their customers quality mobile services and they wanted those services to reach out to more customers across the country.
Msiska expressed that he was very satisfied satisfactory with the support that Malawians had been giving his company throughout the one year that they had so far been in business for.
He went on to assure Kwese TV viewers that his company would continue to deliver quality entertainment family services to them.