Mobile Go partners with Grand Bahama Utility Company

Mobile Go partners with Grand Bahama Utility Company

Technology-based company to offer bill pay solutions to customers 

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA — Mobile Go Bahamas (MGO) recently welcomed the Grand Bahama Utility Company Limited (GBUC) as a merchant, offering residents of Grand Bahama a convenient, efficient and safe way to process payments through its state-of-the-art, user-friendly app and kiosks. 

Deann Seymour, chief financial officer of Port Group Limited, GBUC’s parent company, said: “Presently, the Grand Bahama Utility Company is offering payment services to our customers through Mobile Go Bahamas.

“In this environment of COVID-19, we are pleased to work with the team to continue to provide safe, contactless and convenient payment options.”

MGO Managing Director Ty Wells said: “Technology is rapidly forcing our world to evolve. To that end, MGO wants to change how consumers see the concept of digital services by offering a simple and user-friendly platform they can trust.”

GBUC customers will now be able to pay their utility bills electronically via MGO, even when they are traveling outside of the island. 

Currently, MGO has just over 300 locations locally and 1,500 locations nationwide that can accommodate bill payments. 

As the world struggles with the impacts of COVID-19, MGO’s kiosks offer no human interaction, minimizing risk and providing a safer environment to process transactions. 

The kiosks are user-friendly and conveniently placed from East Grand Bahama at Petro Express, throughout Central Grand Bahama, including all FOCOL service stations and many other locations and as far as Express Food Mart in West Grand Bahama.

There are kiosks on New Providence, Abaco, Grand Cay, Bimini, Exuma and the Berry Islands.