Equity Bank to discontinue its EazzyBanking App in March

Equity Bank has announced that it will discontinue its EazzyBanking App, which was its pioneer mobile banking application, first unveiled in 2016.

In a message sent to customers, the lender says that the application will be unavailable from March 15th, 2024, and urged its customers who are still using the application to migrate to the new Equity Mobile App.

The EazzyBanking App was one of the early innovations of Equity Bank’s fintech subsidiary, Finserve Limited. Finserve is the vehicle charged with driving the bank’s overall digital innovations and has so far demonstrated its ability to disrupt through innovation. The company’s main role is to enrich the customer experience by offering futuristic fintech solutions.

There were more than 60 functionalities that customers could undertake on the Eazzy Banking app. 

The Equity Mobile App comes with several features to give customers a seamless banking experience and services. This includes sending money to banks and mobile wallets and getting loans from Kshs. 100 to Kshs. 3M, buying goods and services and paying bills as well as viewing and downloading account statements. 

Equity Mobile is also designed to provide users with a modern and user-friendly experience. It also has advanced capabilities such as integration with international remittance platforms like PayPal & Western Union.

Customers can also schedule payments from the app, view account balances, save, transfer funds to other Equity Bank accounts regionally and internationally, facilitating regional and international trade, send money to mobile wallets, check Boostika and EazzyLoan limits, borrow, save, and make payments to the One Equity Till Number, among other functions.

 The Equity Mobile App is accessible to both Android and iOS users in Kenya.

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