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Orange Money partners with Tlokweng Land Board and Tupperware for payments and revenue collection

In line with its strategy to grow and diversify its partnership portfolio, Orange Money is launching the payments and collections service for its new partners; Tlokweng Land Board and Tupperware. Orange Money will provide customers to these organisations with a more convenient, safe and quick way to make bill payments. The introduction of Orange Money as an alternative solution offers more flexibility because customers will now make payments on the move, anytime, anywhere.

Orange Money Director, Seabelo Pilane

Multitudes of Tlokweng land owners will now process their payments at the comfort of their homes or offices, without the hassle of queuing at Land Board premises. Similarly, Orange Money will be instrumental in easy and efficient payments for the women entrepreneurs who form 75% of the Tupperware Sales Force.

According to Orange Money Director Mr Seabelo Pilane, Orange has established its leadership position in the Mobile Money market, currently enjoying a 71% share against its competitors; as well as setting trends with innovations that continue to simplify and offer greater convenience to customers.

“At Orange, we continuously innovate in an effort to improve the lives of our customers. Our innovation has allowed us to grow and evolve into a leading mobile money service, allowing customers to deposit and withdraw money from their Orange Money accounts either through Visa ATMs or agent shops, transfer money from person to person within Botswana and Zimbabwe, transfer from Bank to Wallet with Barclays Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, airtime top-up on one’s mobile account and payment for goods and services such as Dstv, insurance premiums, microloans, prepaid Electricity and lease rentals as well as payment of salaries and allowances by companies,” he said.

Payments Collection via Orange Money is available to any business looking to provide fast, convenient and safe payment options to its clients.

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