I use the MamboPay Card to send money to my child while at school. It’s my best solution. It is safe, instant and secure.
Powering Digital Vouchers and Cards
Send Pocket money and school fees to your child via mobile money. It’s safe and secure.
For transparency, accountability, personal or organizational finance management.
Bulk Payments & Collections
NGOs and Companies can make bulk payments or accept Mobile Money collections using our API
Pocket Money and School Fees Remittance
MamboPay enables transfer of funds from mobile money to a Card in order to simplify payment for goods and services by swiping or scanning the card.
The MamboPay Card is enabling parents be able to send pocket money easily to their kids in boarding schools. The Parents transfer funds from their Mobile Money Wallets straight to the Student Card via USSD.
By acquiring a MamboPay card, one is able to make transactions at all point of sale terminals that accept MamboPay cards.
The MamboPay Card has enabled us serve the financially excluded groups such as the students.
The Vouchers are purpose bond to a service. Consumers redeem a voucher by presenting it at the time of paying for the service. The voucher based payment solution enables individuals or organizations to send funds to various beneficiaries in form of purpose-tied vouchers.
MamboPay vouchers include:
Bulk Payments and Collections
NGOs and Companies can make bulk payments or accept Mobile Money collections. Make a request on our website and wait for response to e-mail within 15-30 minutes from the time of the request during business hours.
Transparency, Accountability, Personal and Organizational Finance Management
Enables individuals, businesses and organizations to easily accept cashless transactions in form of digital vouchers. You can either use your Phone or the MamboPay Card for the transactions.
- Peer-to-peer (P2P) money transfer
- Bill payments
- Fees & Tuition
- Donations & fundraising
- Point-of-Sale and merchant payments
- Entertainment and event tickets
- Banking services