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Vodacom launches its VodaPay super app with R1 deals

Vodacom has announced that its VodaPay super app is now available for download and use by consumers on any network, with the launch offering exceptional R1 product bargains.

Users can shop for and purchase things using the super app’s e-commerce and finance platform. Businesses can also use the app to promote their services and provide special deals.

It also allows you to pay bills, mail money, play games, and order food through applications.

Vodacom collaborated with tech giant Alipay to create the app last year.

“With VodaPay, we have launched an innovative platform that is simple, accessible, cost-effective, and ideal for the banked and unbanked market that operates outside of the conventional banking sector,” stated Shameel Joosub, CEO of Vodacom Group.

“We’ve also worked with some of South Africa’s most well-known and renowned companies to guarantee that VodaPay super-app users have a plethora of options when it comes to making purchasing selections.”

To make payments, users can load their bank cards onto the app. They can, however, send and receive money via the wallet feature.

“It’s like having a digital wallet in a digital mall,” says Vodacom, “enabling users to send money, shop at their favorite stores, order meals, and even pay bills and fines all from one simple super app.”

“With VodaPay, all transactions are completed instantly.”

How to get the VodaPay super app

The VodaPay super app is available on the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store. You do not need to be a Vodacom customer to use the app.

If you’re a Vodacom client, though, you won’t be charged for using the app.

Users can register for a free account. Your phone number, first and last names, as well as your email address, will be required. You’ll also have to agree to the service’s terms (which we suggest you read, so that you understand how the app will use your data).

After that, you’ll be able to use the app’s services and features.

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