The Bank of Africa (BOA) has launched a secure and easy-to-use mobile banking application onto the Ghanaian market.
The new app dubbed “B-Mobile” is to enable customers of the bank to skip long queues at the banking halls and offer customers the opportunity bank with ease.
Customers are simply required to download the app onto their mobile devices from the BOA website and begin using the service.
The B-Mobile app which is expected to improve the lives of BOA customers will among other things enable users assess their bank accounts to check their balance and transaction history, top up mobile credit or airtime for themselves and for third parties.
Customers will also be able to carry out intra and interbank transfers and pay their utility bills such as postpaid electricity bills and DSTV/GO TV bills.
However customers engaging in external transfers would have to ensure that the recipients of the transfers are on the eTransact switch.
The emergence of mobile banking services is a novelty that is gradually changing the traditional way of banking in Ghana.
It is believed that the adoption of mobile banking solutions by financial service providers in the country will help in driving the country closer to a cashless society, an agenda vigorously being pushed by managers of the economy.
Though Ghana is yet to fully utilize the immense benefits that mobile banking offers, such efforts and innovations by banks like BOA are expected to go a long way in entrenching mobile banking services in the country.