Ecobank Rwanda Plc has launched Ryoherwa na EcobankPay campaign that facilitates all customers who use Ecobank mobile application to safely pay for online and in-store goods and services by scanning a Quick Response (QR) code displayed at merchant location(s) or by entering a merchant terminal ID and stand a chance to win amazing prizes.
Ryoherwa na EcobankPay is in line with the Digital Payment awareness campaign that BNR launched recently under the theme “Go with the Times. Go Cashless”
The management of Ecobank said that the aim of the campaign is to promote digital payments channel by reducing the amount of cash in hands.
You will not need to carry cash as this a safer, faster and simple digital payments using EcobankPay via your mobile banking app on your mobile device anywhere, anytime.
Customers will be rewarded with weekly gifts, monthly prizes like Flat screen TVs, Fridges, Smart phones and the grand prize will be a Trip for two persons to Dubai for four days with everything covered (Tickets, accommodation, transport and much more). In addition, Ecobank has put Zero merchant commission fees for the period of one year for all payments through EcobankPay and merchants who will accept payments through EcobankPay will also stand a chance to will different prizes like monthly gifts and a grand prize of a ticket to Guangzhou.
The management of Ecobank explained that in order to pay for goods and services, the consumers are required to download the application called " Ecobank Mobile App" from Play Store or App store from their smart phones and follow the steps.
The application, not only allows customers to use Ecobank Pay to pay for goods and services but to also enjoy various other services digitally such as opening an Xpress digital account, bank to bank transfers, bill payments, airtime purchase among other services. Download the App and start enjoying these services.
Ecobank as a financial institution is a strong brand in digital banking space and committed to provide services through sustainable technology in Rwanda and in 33 countries across Africa.