Nasfund members can now use CellMoni platform


NATIONAL Superannuation Fund (Nasfund) has partnered with Digicel PNG Ltd to make superannuation contributions more easier using the CellMoni platform.
In an agreement signed in Port Moresby yesterday, Nasfund chief officer for strategy implementation, Turaho Morea, said the decision to partner with CellMoni was strategic, as it reinforced the country’s leading superannuation provider as innovative, adaptable and relevant organisation.
“While every company in PNG and the world faces unique challenges in response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, we are excited that the Nasfund-Digicel CellMoni partnership will provide a reliable, convenient and most importantly safe avenue for our members to continue growing their savings,” he said.
“Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) from cash crop farmers to small trade store owners who contribute as Nasfund members under Eda Supa were initially targeted for this service, however, members in the mainstream are welcome to utilise this great and simple contribution solution.”
Digicel chief executive officer Colin Stone said the partnership contributed to Digicel’s vision for PNG’s digital transformation.
“Digital transformation in PNG is already in our everyday life; CellMoni customers pay their EasiPay and water bill, send and receive money in real-time, purchase their Digicel TV plan, buy Digicel plans, repay their loans and contribute to their savings every day from the comfort of their houses,” he said.
“With CellMoni, Nasfund members have the opportunity to grow their superannuation savings by loading their CellMoni wallet at any of the 1,200 CellMoni authorised agents nationwide and make their contribution instead of traveling long distances to branches and paying an additional cost.”