Living at the edge of tomorrow means transferring, settling bills, and paying for supplies-all from your cellphone in real-time, anywhere, and anytime 24 hours through MTN MoMoBusiness. It is simple and safe. No endless queues and no carrying cash. MTN MoMoBusiness is a Mobile Money public web interface created to empower businesses of any size to digitize transactions.
Through MTN MoMoBusiness:
- Pay bills, salaries, and suppliers.
- Collect bulk payments.
- Transfer money to your bank account and from your bank account to your MoMo wallet.
- View statements-daily, weekly, and monthly transactions for up to three months.
- View reports.
- Create invoices.
- Buy airtime for your staff or on behalf of your customers.
How to become a MoMo Corporate
As an aspiring Corporate, you will need to first complete the application form, account handler form, and Mobile Money agreement form.
Based on the type of business you run; the following documents will be required:
||Cooperatives and Association Customers
||Non-Profit Making Organizations (NGOs)
Register as a Corporate
How does our Corporation get funds into its account?
Your corporation has access to the push/pull service accessible upon linking your MoMo account to Eswatini Bank or Eswatini Building Society. Your funds will be transferred in real-time.
If our Corporation doesn’t bank with either Eswatini Bank or Eswatini Building Society, how then do we transfer funds?
Your Corporate may use the provided trust account. Funds will be reflected in the account within 24-48hrs
What charges will my corporation incur for using the services afforded to it by MoMo?
Using the services currently at Corporates disposal is free.
What is the limit of the transaction we can perform at a time/instance?
There is no cap to the number of transactions that can be carried out.
The transaction we were processing just failed, the recipient’s number didn’t receive the funds, what could be the issue?
This could be a result of one of the following:
- The number receiving the funds is not registered
- It could be due to intermittent coverage issues ongoing
- The recipient’s limit may have been exceeded
- The number reciprocating the funds may have expired