Digicel Fiji launches MyCash

Digicel Fiji launches MyCash

By Vijay Narayan
Monday 30/11/2020
Digicel Fiji CEO, Farid Mohammed (R). [image: Digicel Fiji]

Digicel has today launched MyCash, a mobile wallet that gives Fijians access to digital money.

The new mobile wallet allows customers to send and receive money at no fees locally, receive money from abroad, make payments via QR codes, and pay bills, all from the comfort and safety of their phone anywhere they are.

Digicel says people can top up their phone and get double the credit, an offer exclusive to MyCash customers.

The mobile phone company says the new MyCash mobile wallet is available to download at no cost, and it’s zero-rated, so it won’t consume data from the customer’s plan when using it.

Customers will only need to provide their phone number and choose a PIN code to protect their account when registering.

After registering and activating their account, customers can start using their MyCash wallet by receiving money from abroad or from another MyCash user, depositing money at any Digicel store or MyCash agent. Their funds will be available within minutes.

Digicel Fiji CEO, Farid Mohammed says launching MyCash is part of their objective of being a digital operator and their goal of giving people access to digital money.

Newly appointed Regional Head of Financial Services, Anup Kumar, says they are delighted that MyCash will help customers to receive money from friends and family from abroad, giving even more choice to consumers.

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