What can I sell?
Using Kazang Prepaid’s innovative mobile point of sale (POS) devices and transaction switching technology, you can do pretty much anything on a prepaid basis. The target market is the base of the pyramid and transactions are prepaid, and usually micro-payments. Kazang Prepaid POS terminals can also be used to advertise to this market or generate leads for your sales team.
Some of the services being sold around the world by Kazang Vendors include:
Airtime, mobile data bundles and BlackBerry data from local operators. In South Africa, this includes Vodacom, MTN, Cell C, 8ta and Virgin Mobile.
FIXED TELECOMS SERVICES
Prepaid voice and data, or international calling card credits. In South Africa, suppliers include Telkom, WorldCall and Neotel.
Municipal and direct prepaid electricity from Eskom in South Africa, but the local utility in other countries.
LIFESTYLE AND ENTERTAINMENT
Prepaid digital TV subscriptions and content such as music, wallpapers and ringtones. In South Africa, DStv and StarSat subscriptions and payments are available.
Money transfers, life insurance, funeral plans and any other financial services where people need to pay small payments on a regular basis.
PINLESS VOUCHER VENDING
Some mobile operators offer voucherless vending. Your customer’s phone will be immediately uploaded with the airtime – quick and easy.
National Lottery and Hollywood Bets as well as online gaming vouchers are sold via all Kazang Prepaid terminals. See more Hollywood Bets information.
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Lead generation and advertising via vouchers, straight into your target market’s hands. Or capture potential customers’ details via the shopkeeper and/or terminal.
DEBIT & CREDIT CARD SERVICES
Kazang now provides new Credit and Debit Card Services that will be available to all our merchants. See more information.
Get in touch if you would like to sell these services to your customers, or if you have a product or service that you would like to make available via Kazang Prepaid’s tens of thousands of devices in eight countries across Africa.
View the Municipal Electricity Map here.