The mobile phone has transformed our lives and this service enables customers to maintain a mobile money account on their phones, using the eZ cash mobile money account.
Customers can now send and receive money, settle utility bills and make payments for goods and services through the mobile phone.
The custodian services for this pioneering effort will be provided by Hatton National Bank PLC, while the Trustee will be Deutsche Bank.
At present there are 10000 e-Z cash outlets and Dialog will increase it to 20,000 in six months.
With the launch of Dialog’s Mobile Money service – eZ Cash, over 7.5 Million Dialog Mobile users can register for an eZ Cash account by dialing #111# from their mobile phone.
A registered eZ Cash subscriber can then load money in to his/her mobile phone at any one of over 10,000 eZ Cash outlets across Sri Lanka.
Loading money would also be made possible at Supermarkets and via Bank branches, ATMs and Internet and Phone Banking services of Sri Lanka’s leading banking institutions.
Every transaction if protected by a subscriber defined PIN Number and secured by 3DES authentication and transaction Security protocols.
“We are privileged to lead Sri Lanka’s mobile industry in to the era of Mobile Money, an era which will see the mobile phone become a versatile cash-transacting and payment instrument”, said Director and Group Chief Executive Dialog Axiata PLC, Dr Hans Wijayasuriya.