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NetOne awards School for less promotion grand prize winners

NetOne has awarded two of the three schools that won in the NetOne School for less promotion. The ceremony took place at the NetOne offices today in Harare. The two schools that received include Bridging the Gap Academy and Good Hope Junior School.

Netone gave the winners prices for becoming the top schools in the promotion and promised that the next competition is going to be bigger and better.

“Our promise is, we will stay closer to the customers and engage them more and more. This is just the beginning, next year we promise you bigger and better things.The winners here are all holders of the biller codes into which payments were made and this offers greater conveniences to both the schools and the parents.”

“Bridging the Gap Academy from Manicaland defied all odds to become joint national winners with last term’s runner up Centre Zimbabwe Africa High School of Madziva. It is encouraging to witness past winners gracing the podium and also a challenge to other schools out there to come and join the winner’s platform, as has been done by Bridging the Gap Academy.”

“Good Hope Junior School from Chivhu were the overall winners in the same competition last term, and they continue to be on the winners’ podium. Their continued support and use of the One Money system is testament of the financial inclusivity created by the payment platform.”

The two heads from the two schools encouraged other schools to use Onemoney as it is easy to use and they can also get a chance to win.

OneMoney is a very vibrant and agile mobile financial services platform. Its link to the Zimswitch platform makes it one of the most integrated platforms in the country as is linked to over 16 banks.

This allows the movement of funds to and from the banks. The service comes with a debit card that allows access to services via Zimswitch enabled Point-Of-Sale machines throughout the country.


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