The world is moving to a cashless society and AfriDelivery is playing its part in making efforts to reduce cash in circulation. AfriDelivery offers both cash and digital/cashless based payment options to users. Cash on delivery is the payment of goods and services where cash is paid upon receiving your delivery; Digital payments are the payment systems where financial transactions take place through the transfer of digital information instead of physical banknotes or coins.
AfriDelivery has various options for digital payment including Internet banking (FNB e-wallet), gift cards processed online through your debit or credit card, Mobile banking (Airtel & MTN Money), point of sales (POS), and the newly introduced SamPay.
SamPay is a digital payment solution that is available online for conducting transactions such as sending payments to other users on Samafrica Online, and to receive payments, transfer money from the bank using VISA or MasterCard credit/debit cards and transferring funds to prepaid cards.
The benefits of using Sampay are as follows:
Convenience: You have the freedom to transact whenever and wherever you want. You don’t have to be physically present to conduct a transaction.
Track Spending: With all transactions on record, it is very easy to keep track of spending and know when you are about to go over budget.
Abate Transaction Fees & Charges: Another plus is that you can pay the exact amount without worrying about transaction fees and charges. Another plus is that your shopping experience will not last any longer than it has to because the rider has to find change.
Cross-Platform Payments: You can also transfer money directly from your SamPay account into other payments systems like mobile money or bank accounts, all at the tap of a finger.
Have you been struggling to find a convenient digital payment method? All these payment methods are available on the AfriDelivery platform and you are free to choose any method that is suitable for you.
AfriDelivery has risen to be the leading online retail platform from its inception in 2018. From its name, it is quite clear that AfriDelivery, well, delivers; but one cannot help but wonder if it is anything more than a delivery company. AfriDelivery is also an IT company influencing digitization on business model innovation to improve public service delivery. Since the Covid pandemic, catalytic pressure has been on enterprises to reflect on their current business strategy and to adapt to the new times. AfriDelivery has helped many such enterprises in their digitization process, bringing them closer to the customer and in turn, has increased work efficiency, reduced costs, optimized supply chains, increased customer loyalty and satisfaction, increased service offerings, introduced new forms of company relationships with customers and employees, and has also influenced companies to venture into new business opportunities.
Though the list is plentiful, some of the enterprises on-boarded by AfriDelivery include Lafarge, Micmar, Digiprint, Classique Cleaners, Insurance Brokers, to mention a few, and is working on onboarding many more. Customers can now access goods and services from these stores through the AfriDelivery platform and have those items delivered to their desired location.
If you are building, need laundry services to be done, want to print out business cards or buy a few DIY items from your favourite hardware store, AfriDelivery is your one-stop digital solution in the new normal.
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