Jambojet has partnered with Cellulant, a Pan-African payments company, to reward Jambojet customers with discount vouchers as they book flights ahead of the festive season.
The bilateral partnership will see Jambojet reward 1,100 customers with discount vouchers worth Ksh1000 each, while making a booking to any of its destinations, as part of the ‘Now Travel Ready’ campaign that aims to encourage travel.
“The customer is at the heart of our operations. We would not have achieved the milestones we have attained this year without our customers’ support. For this, we have partnered with Cellulant, Jambojet’s mobile payments aggregator, to appreciate them with discount vouchers,” said Karanja Ndegwa, CEO & Managing Director, Jambojet.
The month-long campaign will run from November 16, 2021 to December 13, 2021, giving out 50 vouchers each weekday. The voucher numbers will be published on Jambojet’s Facebook and Twitter pages every weekday at 7am and will apply on a first come first serve basis.
Passengers will be expected to apply the voucher number on the payment page on the Jambojet website and Ksh1000 will be deducted from the amount due. The passenger will then proceed to pay for the balance using mobile money or the bank apps available on Tingg, powered by Cellulant. Banks available on the digital payments platform include Absa, CBA, DTB, KCB, Stanbic, BoA, Family Bank and ABC bank.
“Digital payments are an accelerator for growth offering customers a seamless experience and businesses multiple avenues to scale,” said Faith Nkatha, Cellulant Country Manager in Kenya. “We believe in making it easy for people to do business across Africa and our partnership with Jambojet reinforces our commitment to do so through digitised payments.”
Cellulant provides a single digital payments platform – named Tingg- addressing the complex payments needs of businesses. Tingg makes it easy to collect and make payments across multiple payment methods in different currencies, with the best customer experience for any business looking to digitise their payments.