MASERU — Standard Lesotho bank this week kicked off a promotional campaign to introduce to their clients, mobile banking — the latest addition to the bank’s product offering.
Mobile banking is a service that offers banking customers a flexible and convenient means of banking using mobile phones.
The service allows customers to perform some transactions outside the bank including transferring funds between their Standard Lesotho bank accounts, balance enquiries and mobile airtime purchases from their mobile phones anytime and anywhere they are.
Balance enquiries are charged 80 lisente while all other transactions are free of charge.
Speaking to the Sunday Express about the new service, Marketing Officer Natasha Ntlhasinye said Mobile Banking was aimed at all segments of banking customers to provide them with a convenient and alternative way of performing some transactions without having to walk in to a branch.
“Mobile banking allows clients the added benefit of performing transactions at their convenience of their mobile phones
without having to go into a branch or find an ATM” she said.
“It offers clients an easy, secure way of managing their money and also helps them cut down on costs like travelling to a branch or an ATM for transactions they can easily perform on their mobile phones” she added.
Ntlhasinye said “in line with our motto of moving forward, we want to offer our clients easier and more affordable ways of banking.”
She said the promotional campaign started this week in Maseru but would soon be heading out to all Standard
Lesotho bank branches across the country to inform clients about the service.
The service is available to all Standard Lesotho bank account holders with an active Vodacom or Econet cell phone number and is compatible with all types of phones whether internet enabled or not.
Registration for the service is done at all Standard Lesotho bank branches.
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