Lagos-headquartered United Bank for Africa (UBA) has launched a cardless ATM withdrawal feature in Ghana as part of the lender’s ATM value added services.
The newly added ATM services are powered by the e-Transact software platform and aim at creating branchless banking in Ghana.
CEO of UBA Ghana, Oliver Alawuba, said apart from the cardless ATM withdrawal feature, customers of UBA will be able to pay their utility bills and buy mobile phone credit through the value added ATM services.
UBA has also started operation of a branchless banking model in Ghana in form of a cashless outlet, offering services such as bill payments and liquidation of funds transfer on cards.
UBA has more than 7.2m customers across 750 branches in 18 African countries.