How to get 12% Interest on Your Mobile Money savings; with MTN Yello Save every Year in Ghana - Binnabook Magazine


How to get 12% Interest on Your Mobile Money savings; with MTN Yello Save every Year in Ghana

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Savings is good and help for the raining days,with the introduction of Yello Save Account is a savings account introduced by Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited (FBGL) and MTN MoMo to offer subscribers of MTN MoMo the opportunity to save funds on their mobile phone and earn an attractive interest.

With an eye watering interest rate of  12% interest rate per annum,I think this is not a risky investment option for those who have the habit of saving large sum of money in their mobile money.
You may withdraw money from your Yello Save account at any time provided you have sufficient funds. The amount withdrawn can only be credited to your MTN Mobile Money, If you make 3 or more withdrawals in any calendar month you will earn a flat 3% p.a interest rate on any remaining average balance on the account.

With as low as GH¢ 5.00, you can open your account and begin to save any amount at your own frequency and earn 12% interest per annum on your savings which is credited to your account at the end of every month.

How you can Apply

With your mobile phone you can dialed *170# follow the instructions and click on financial service,then you can see Saving,click on it and open an account with MTN Yello Save
You can read more in MTN SERVICES



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  2. Can you please show me how to withdraw your money from hello save.

  3. Best way and helpful in saving to get more income for the future 👍

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  6. Please will the money automatically subtract from your wallet to the savings account


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