The Minister of Tourism Arts and Culture, Hon. Catherine Abelema Afeku, on 2nd June 2018, installed an automated revenue collection device at the Wli Water Falls. The revenue collection point is powered by Hubtel POS, in partnership with MTN Business.
The initiative is to keep track of the number of tourists patronizing the site and also monitor the amount of revenue generated from Wli Water Falls. Visitors and tourists can pay for their entry tickets with any mobile money wallet, bank card, or cash. The paying visitor is sent an SMS receipt.
The Hon. Minister on the same accord introduced similar measures at the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles. This intervention is aimed in part, at helping address revenue challenges faced by tourist attractions across the country. It will also provide convenience to users who will be relieved from the challenge of carrying bulk sums of cash.
About Hubtel POS
Hubtel enables businesses to sell, serve and engage with their customers. Hubtel POS helps businesses of any size to receive payment, track sales, and inventory. All payments received can also be tracked by the account manager in charge of the Hubtel POS account. This provides a seamless experience.
Businesses of any size can use Hubtel POS to collect all forms of payments from any mobile money wallet and bank card issued in Ghana.
Find out more about Hubtel POS at hubtel.com/pos.