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Proflight and MTN Zambia offer easier payment solutions

Posted 18 June 2015 · Add Comment

Proflight Zambia has teamed up with MTN Zambia to offer customers an additional payment solution when buying tickets.

The service enables customers with an MTN Mobile Money account to pay for their Proflight tickets at any Proflight office or from their MTN smart phone. 

The mobile money service allows travellers to conduct transactions on the move anywhere in Zambia. 

Customers making bookings by phone or online can also select the ‘Pay Later’ option and confirm the transaction by paying using the MTN service through their phone or at MTN paypoints. They will then receive a virtual ticket on their mobile phone. 

“Our relevance in the industry will only be ensured by delivering value-added services to our customers. This collaboration will allow us to provide them with a more convenient, safer and faster way of making payments,” said Proflight Director of Government and Industry Affairs Captain Philip Lemba. 

The airline introduced the service in a bid to make its services more accessible and safer for customers across Zambia. 

“This will save our customers time and money as the whole ticket procuring process can be done from the comfort of their homes or work place 24/7,” added Captain Lemba. 

Proflight intends to make the MTN Mobile Money a standard payment option on its online and mobile booking platform for customers using a computer or smart phone to book their tickets.

Travellers can also look forward to various exclusive promotions and discounts that Proflight will be launching in collaboration with the mobile phone service provider.

 

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