In Ghana, customers and businesses are embracing the use of Mobile Money services. Almost all the mobile telecommunication networks in Ghana have a Mobile Money service except for Glo Ghana.
Financially, though many Ghanaians in the country would prefer to save their money in the bank, the emergence of Mobile Money services in Ghana has made it easier to send money to help support their loved ones.
Mobile money is a fast, convenient, secure, and affordable way of transferring money, making payments, and doing other transactions using just a mobile phone without the need to visit the bank for a transaction.
Mobile money was first introduced in Ghana in 2009 by MTN Ghana, and the service is now widespread amongst other networks in Ghana, namely Vodafone Cash, and AirtelTigo Money. But do you know the Mobile Money shortcodes in Ghana?
In this article, I’ll list all the Mobile Money shortcodes in Ghana.
- MTN Mobile Money – *170#
- Vodafone Cash – *110#
- AirtelTigo Money – *110#
- G-Money – *422#
- Zeepay – *270
To register for any of the above Mobile Money services in Ghana, visit any nearby mobile money agent with your Ghana Card.
The Mobile Money agent will capture your details to the money system, and upon waiting for a short time, you will receive a message instructing you to register for mobile money From the phone menu of your preferred network.
Follow all the details and type a 4-digit pin that will be easy to remember but hard to guess. Re-enter your pin to confirm and press ok. Now you can enjoy the mobile money service on your mobile phone.