LONDON – Morodo Limited partners with Ukash to provide a new payment option for customers of its well-known MO-Call voice and SMS service. MO-Call customers may now use Ukash vouchers to buy airtime credit at the MO-Call website from their mobile phone or computer.
Morodo Managing Director, Andrew Reid, said. “Working with Ukash allows us to connect the unbanked to low-cost calls and SMS. MO-Call offers the best value in communication from just about any mobile, anywhere in the world. Perhaps the most frequently asked question of our customer services team is ‘How can I pay if I don’t own a credit or debit card?’ We’re very pleased that Ukash provides us with a simple answer to that question. MO-Call is now equally accessible to everyone.”
Paul Coxhill, Marketing Director, Ukash, said: “Ukash provides everyone – from the hundreds of thousands of unbanked consumers to those who are wary of using credit cards on the Internet – with a way to make simple and secure payments online using cash. The partnership with MO-Call is another step toward our goal of allowing everyone, anywhere in the world to benefit from using cash to shop, pay and play online.”
MO-Call enables low-cost and free calling and SMS direct from a mobile phone or computer. MO-Call works through a browser or plug-in software applications that can be downloaded from the MO-Call website http://www.mo-call.com
Seeking to re-define the way we communicate via mobile devices and the Internet, Morodo helps people with international lifestyles keep in touch with whomever they want, whenever they want, from any device they want.
Morodo provides telecommunications services to hundreds of thousands of people around the world through the MO-Call software applications for mobiles and computers. Simple and seamless to use, MO-Call offers easy access to free and low-cost calling for anyone, anywhere.
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