Mascom Launches MyZaka Visa Card

Mascom MyZaka card. PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Mascom MyZaka card. PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Leading mobile telecommunications operator, Mascom Wireless has joined its competitor and launched MyZaka Visa Card, a mobile money service that allows for clients to send, receive, buy and pay at their own convenience.

The card gives users access to automated teller machine (ATM) withdrawals both locally and internationally at any VISA supporting ATM including online transactions.  The card, which is available to people of 18 years and above has a limit of P4, 000 and customers are expected to pay P35 to have it.

MyZaka Visa Card comes in two forms; the physical card that is valid for three years and the virtual card, which is used only for online purchases and is valid for 24 hours. Speaking at the launch last week, Mascom Mobile Money manager, Nozizwe Tumelo said the service is a channel that enhances customers to have access to their MyZaka account.

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