Ufone Extends its Mobile Banking Solution Called UPayments
Ufone has enhanced its mobile banking services, named as UPayments. Earlier, Ufone was offering WAP based bill payments and other financial transactions, however, now in collaboration with its banking partner Habib Bank Limited, Ufone is offering bill payments and bank account management through USSD.
Now UPayments allows Ufone customers the ability to pay their utility bills wherever they are directly from their handsets, even without GPRS. Ufone customers can buy Ufone airtime for their prepaid accounts and pay their Ufone Postpay bills.
In order to use this service all one needs is an HBL account and a Ufone connection.
Ufone customers will have the ease to check their HBL account balance as well as view their HBL mini account statements directly on their Ufone.
UPayments is a USSD based service hence it is extremely customer friendly and has no handset limitation.
One of the unique selling points for UPayments is that the customers can avail all these banking services while roaming anywhere in the world with Ufone’s International Roaming network. This is the first time in Pakistan that customers are being offered mobile banking services via USSD when traveling around the globe.
- Pay your Utility bills
- Make Utility bill enquiries
- ULoad any Ufone number
- Pay your Ufone Postpay bill
- Check your HBL bank account balance
- View a mini bank statement of your HBL account
How to Avail:
If you have a bank account with HBL then to subscribe to UPayments, dial *808# now!
Rs. 5 + tax will be charged on the payment of every utility bill. (This charge will be deducted from customer’s airtime. The bill amount will be deducted from customer’s bank account)
Mr. Akbar Khan Chief Marketing Officer Ufone said,
‘The launch of UPayments gives Ufone’s customers the ease to pay their bills no matter where they are’. ‘This is just the start to many other features to come which will eventually allow Ufone’s valued customers to use their handsets for all banking transactions’ he added.