Lonestar Cell MTN has extended its mobile wallet banking transaction service, known as “Push and Pull”, to Afriland First Development Bank for the benefit of its customers and subscribers.
The service, which operates on a reciprocal basis, allows Afriland First Bank account holders to link their bank accounts to their MTN mobile money wallets, allowing them to “transfer money from bank to wallet and vice versa”.
The service also enables Afriland Bank customers and Lonestar Cellular MTN subscribers, who are excluded from financial services, to now have access to basic financial services through their mobile phones.
This seamless connection means customers can easily manage their funds from anywhere in Liberia.
Afriland First Bank Liberia is a subsidiary of the Afriland First Bank group in Cameroon and opened its doors to the Liberian public in March 2011.
According to Lonestar Cell MTN, the push and pull service, led by Manju Konneh, is intended to digitize banking transactions into paperless transactions without long queues.
He said that the service with the partnership with Afriland First Bank will ease the stress that customers face when doing banking transactions and will have access to their savings accounts with the bank without time limits through the Lonestar Cell transaction. MTN Mobile Money.
“Push and pull is here to enable Afriland First Bank customers to access their finances whenever and wherever they are in Liberia without any inconvenience through the Lonestar Cell MTN Mobile Money short code *156#,” he said. -he declares.
The program was launched on Wednesday September 21 by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Afriland First Bank, Ambassador Charles A. Minor.
In his remarks, Afriland First Bank CEO Robert Nkous commended the Lonestar Cell MTN Mobile Money family for the partnership to make banking simpler and easier for their customers.
He said the push-and-pull service will allow their customers to access their accounts by connecting them to their Lonestar Mobile Money wallet, which he described as commendable and simple.
“This service will allow anyone banking with Afriland First Bank Liberia to link their bank account to their Lonestar Cell MTN Mobile Money wallet to make deposits, withdrawals and account verifications without queuing and waiting for opening and closing time of the bank,” he added.
“Lonestar Cell MTN, Liberia’s leading technology company, announces that Afriland First Bank customers can now link their bank accounts to their Mobile Money wallets,” the company said.
Leopold Mbumen, chief information officer of Afriland First Bank, said their clients work mainly in the agricultural sector and are located in rural areas of Liberia.
“We incorporated Lonestar Cell MTN’s Mobile Money Push and Pull services as part of our business plan because we wanted to provide our customers with financial convenience,” Mbumen said.