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Arpico Finance Company PLC partners mCash to offer digitalised payments


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Exchanging of the partnership agreement between Mobitel Marketing Senior General Manager Isuru Dissanayaka and Arpico Finance Company PLC Managing Director Shanil Dayawansa (centre). Also present were (from left) Arpico Finance Company PLC Head of IT Suneth Piumal, Arpico Finance Company PLC Chief Executive Officer Chandrin Fernando, Mobitel Mobile Financial Services Assistant Manager Gayan Kalugamage and Mobitel Mobile Financial Services Product Executive Hiranya Karunarathne 

The revolutionary mobile money platform, mCash, which is transforming the country’s electronic payments landscape, has partnered with Arpico Finance PLC to offer customers the facility to make payments via mCash. As a result of this partnership, Arpico Finance customers can make their finance and leasing payments via mCash with much more convenience. Customers can simply dial #111# or download the mCash app and select Arpico Finance by following the specific instructions given on the menu or customers can simply visit any mCash retailer location island wide. As the second-oldest finance company in Sri Lanka with a corporate legacy of 68 years, Arpico Finance Company has earned a solid customer base to prevail in the market, achieving many milestones in the financial industry over the past six decades. mCash works in partnership with leading corporates across various sectors in order to make its mobile payment platform available for enhanced convenience and speed in conducting financial transactions. 

mCash is a Mobile Wallet conceptualised by the National Mobile Service Provider Mobitel and approved by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, which was launched in November 2013, capitalising on the telecommunication infrastructure to conveniently, instantly and securely enable financial transactions by using a mobile phone. Mobitel embarked on the journey of providing financial services in the country allowing the entire financial industry to benefit from its core competitive advantages such as its reach to customers and a distribution network that has spread throughout the country, enabling digital financial inclusion of every Sri Lankan.

mCash offers services such as sending and receiving money, mobile reloads and bill payments, utility and institute payments, online and in-store shopping payments via mCash QR, which has been developed to the global EMVCo standards, bank deposits and digital loans where customers could apply and get a loan from the mobile via mCash. 

To register for mCash simply dial #111# from your Mobitel phone and to start using the mCash Account, Top-up the mCash account using the mCash extensive retailer network that includes small corner shops to leading retail outlets adding up to 16,000+ touch points island-wide including Mobitel branches, SLT teleshops, Singer showrooms, Abans showrooms, Keells Super, Lanka Bell, Amana Banks, Pay & Go KIOSK, Sanasa Development Bank or top-up mCash from the bank account directly via the mCash App.


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