WorldRemit – the convenient, easy to utilise international money transfer service which has revolutionised the industry have added a new option to their already wide variety of existing options when it comes to receiving your money.
Those receiving money transfers via WorldRemit can now receive their monies via Airtel Money, delivered straight into their wallets in the comfort of their homes or offices.
All you need is to ensure you are registered to use Airtel Money.
This new addition is to supplement the various ways in which one can receive money via WorldRemit already, including via MTN Mobile Money, delivered into your bank account, or by visiting one of many pick-up points strewn all across the country.
WorldRemit changed the game, so to speak, by allowing users to send money across the world from the comfort of their homes without having to make a journey to the Post Office or a bank – at quite a cheap rate too. As
As the Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com and a web entrepreneur based in United Kingdom, I send regular payments to writers and developers across the world. In fact, I send out payments to our writers in Ghana each month and so I’ve long been looking for a way to conveniently do this from the comfort of my desk.
And then WorldRemit came through: providing me with a convenient solution to send payments to Ghana and other countries at a low cost at anytime from anywhere.
Apart from the fact that World Remit is cheap, it’s highly reliable and convenient for both the sender and the receiver.
While the sender is able to use his or her Visa, Master card or bank account to make the transfer, the recipient can receive the sent cash via multiple channels, depending on what the sender chooses as convenient.
WorldRemit sends from 50 countries to over 125 countries worldwide. As mentioned, funds can be collected via mobile money, cash pick up, bank deposit or airtime top up.
WorldRemit also works quite fast – the recipient can see the money sent to them within just about a minute after being sent.
For more information, visit www.worldremit.com or download the app on iOS or Android.