Tigo cash provides payment option for government service

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Tigo cash provides payment option for government service

People accessing government services online will be able to pay through Tigo cash, providing yet another convenience towards efficient provision of services.

This according to experts this will further harness the efforts the government is pushing to ensure that people access services online to pave way for efficient service provision.

So for through partnership with Rwanda online platform limited, the government has already made several services accessible online.

“In addition to working with the government, we also entered into all partnerships that are required to put services online, including application hosting providers, telecom services providers and payment solutions providers,” said Uwajeneza Clement, Chief Executive Officer, Rwanda Online Platform Limited.

This means that the partnership with Tigo cash will help people accessing these services online and able to pay through Tigo.

With Tigo Cash, Tigo comes first in line by providing the convenience to pay for the e-Government services directly from their mobile phones,” said Tongai Maramba, Chief Executive Officer, Tigo -Rwanda.

Muramba notes that the addition on the modes of payments for e-Government services on the Tigo cash Platform is another demonstration of the company’s commitment to live to their promise of Live it Love it.

He adds, “Our over 2.5 million subscribers registered with Tigo Cash would welcome the convenience to make e-Government service payments with Rwanda Online Platform while saving an incredible amount of time.”

Tigo Rwanda, a subsidiary of Millicom, Tigo Rwanda, is the second market leader with higher mobile money transactions.

Through partnership Tigo cash subscribers will be able to pay for the services such as Birth Certificate, Registration for Driving Test (Provisional, Definitive), Trading License for Other Profit Oriented Activities, and Trading License for VAT Registered Companies.



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