Dial *857# to Change you Borla Style
Zoomlion Private Services Limited, a Subsidiary of Jospong Group, has launched a payment platform aimed at making payment for its services easy for its customers.
It is also focused on promoting responsible waste management practices in the communities here in Ghana through an effcient and cashless system.
The event which was launched with a foat started at Madina Zongo Junction and moved through to Atomic Junction, Legon, Okponglo, Shiashie Dzorwulu Junction, Apenkwa, Tesano to Abeka Junction, and continued to the Kwame Nkrumah Circle before fnally moving to Accra Central offces of the Accra Metropolitan Authority (AMA offce).
It featured several young people wearing T-shirts with the inscription Change your Borla Style with hush tag *858# who distributed fiers containing information about the new digital app whilst distributing fiers amidst music and dancing.
The digital payment options are strategically aimed at easing payment for customers and leveraging the power of technology to deliver improved services based on a deep understanding of their clients across the country.
Speaking during the launch, the Managing Director of Zoomlion Private Services, Mr. Edwin Amoako, said customers need to use just their phones to pay for services rendered without hassle. “Dial *858#, select option 2 for waste payment, enter your customer ID, enter the amount and press send,” Mr. Amoako explained further.
“We do this through a bouquet of digital solutions available via, USSD code *857#, Zoomlion Application, and Borla Taxi App found on Apple IOS and Google Play Store,” he added.
Mr. Amoako said the new App will bring ease, convenience, and peace of mind to clients and customers who hitherto, had limited avenues for payment.
“For the next few months, both new and existing clients of Zoomlion who use any of our digital platforms to pay for their residential and corporate waste management services in advance will enjoy many benefts including discounts and other added value services.
He urged Ghanaians to look out for more alliances with other payment portals and services all in the bid to serve clients better.