Centenary Bank unveils CenteMobile




Centenary Bank has unveiled CenteMobile, a full banking service, which enables its customers to carry out financial transactions and access banking information using their mobile phones, at anytime and anywhere.

Speaking at the launch of the service at Mapeera HouseAllen Ayebare, the Chief Manager Corporate Affairs and Communications said; CenteMobile allows customers to transfer funds from their Centenary Bank accounts to other accounts, monitor and check their account balances, request for mini-statements, purchase airtime and pay utility bills like; electricity and water.

“The launch of CenteMobile means that Centenary Bank’s 1.3 million customers, and mobile user in Uganda can now access and enjoy affordable financial services wherever a mobile telecommunications network exists. All they have to do is sign up for the service to enjoy the benefits. CenteMobile is here to complement our robust network of 59 branches and over 130 ATMs countrywide.”

Ayebare added that CenteMobile has been designed with a variety of services and features to ease the lives of the bank’s customers in a fast paced world.

“Just like many Centenary Bank products and services, CenteMobile comes with affordable and competitive rates. This means that customers are going to save a lot of money and time when it comes to transacting with us.”

Edith Kababure, the chief manager E-Banking, Centenary Bank, noted that CenteMobile is designed to suit the needs of individuals, sole proprietors and companies with capacity of making individualized transactions. “The service will enable customers pay for the goods at Hardware stores, Taxis, pharmacies, boda boda, kiosks, retailers, transporters, contractors, you name it. All one has to do is to open an account with Centenary Bank and ask your supplier or buyer to open an account in the bank.”

Kababure added that the service is very convenient and allows one to transact using any type of phone, whether a simple phone or a smart phone. CenteMobile can be accessed on mobile networks including; MTN, Airtel, Warid, Orange and Uganda Telecom and it allows one to transact using both simple phone and smart phones.