Vodafone Organizes Pre-Xmas Cashless Sales

Vodafone Organizes Pre-Xmas Cashless Sales

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In line with its commitment to driving a cash-lite economy, Vodafone Ghana is organizing the pre-xmas edition of its highly anticipated Cashless Bazaar at Vodafone Headquarters, Airport on Friday, 29 November 2019. 

The bazaar, which is in partnership with Melon Concept, organisers of the Selelwa Cashless market, promises to give patrons another opportunity to enjoy up to 80% discounts on items on sale. These include fashion and beauty products, devices and appliances as well as food and beverages. 

Speaking ahead of the Bazaar, Martison Obeng-Agyei, Head of Vodafone Cash, said:

 “We decided to put together this pre-xmas cashless sale to give our customers an opportunity to enjoy great discounts ahead of the festive season. With our over 100 vendors, customers can begin their Christmas shopping early. This initiative is just one of the many exciting experiences we have lined up for our customers this Christmas. I would like to encourage customers to load their Vodafone Cash wallets before coming to the bazaar, since purchases can only be made via Vodafone Cash. 

The bazaar also promises to deliver a fun-filled Friday evening with live musical performances, a karaoke competition and a cocktail lounge to enhance the shopping experience for patrons.

Vodafone Cash Bazzar is a one-day cashless pop up market, which offers customers heavy discounts on a variety of items. The periodic arts, fashion and food fair organized to give Vodafone cash subscribers and the public an opportunity to shop from more than hundred carefully selected vendors, at massive discounts using Ghana’s most secured mobile money platform, Vodafone Cash.

Vodafone’s mobile money service continues to experience steady growth since its inception in Ghana three years ago. It is currently the only mobile money operator that allows customers to send money from their wallets to other Vodafone Cash wallets without charges. 


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