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How to use the Airtel Money Virtual MasterCard for Online Transactions Techjaja [Video]

Airtel Uganda has finally joined MTN in launching its own virtual debit Mastercard product to allow customers to make safe, convenient, and secure payments for online transactions globally.

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The virtual service will allow Ugandans who use Airtel Money to make payments to local and global online merchants that accept Mastercard cards like Netflix, Uber, Amazon, Apple Store, Google play, Aliexpress, Alibaba while ensuring that the customer’s financial data is always secure and private.

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Since the virtual card is linked to the customer’s Airtel Money Wallet, the Airtel Money balance is always the card balance. All transactions have a maximum charge of Shs1,000.

To access this service, below are the steps that customers will have to follow.

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Dial:  *185*7#

Select Airtel Money MasterCard

Select Get a Card and follow the steps

You will receive an SMS with card details.

OR

On the Airtel Money App

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Laurence Fox hits back at criticism for wearing mask exemption badge: 'Educate yourself' | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV [Video]

LAURENCE FOX - actor and politician - began trending on Twitter today after uploading a photograph of himself wearing a COVID 'mask exemption' badge that he had obtained from Amazon, and has now responded to criticism he received from a Conservative MP over the divisive post.

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