Tag Archives: Mobile Money

Airtel Africa partners with MoneyGram to expand mobile money service

Telecommunications group Airtel Africa has partnered with cross-border payments and transfers provider MoneyGram to expand its mobile money service. This initiative will allow customers in 12 countries to transfer and received MoneyGram around the world into their mobile money wallets on their phone. The provider of telecommunications and mobile money services stated that the partnership with person-to-person [...]

Tigo Tanzania extends mobile money service in East Africa

Tigo Tanzania has extended its Mobile Money service across East Africa. Tigo Pesa subscribers can now send or receive money to or from M-Pesa in Kenya, MTN MoMo in Uganda or Airtel Money in Rwanda via mobile phone, enabling families to transfer money to relatives, and small businesses to continue their operations. Tigo Tanzanias Acting [...]

Orange rolls out mobile money service in Morocco

Orange Morocco has launched Orange Money in the country to enable mobile users to make payments and transfer money using their phones.  Morocco becomes the 18th country in the Africa and Middle East region of Orange to offer the Orange Money solution. Orange Money allows every mobile user, regardless of their telecom operator, the possibility of having a [...]

Malawi Post Corporation to introduce mobile money service

Zaphweka (ZapCash) mobile money service will be launch before the end of the year. The announcement was made during a meeting with the country’s Minister of Information, Civic Education and Communication Technology Mark Botomani in Blantyre, MPC Director General Henry Shamu confirmed the progress and said the groundwork had reached a progressive stage. Shamu declared [...]

MTN Nigeria granted license for mobile money services

A subsidiary of MTN Nigeria Communications PLC has been granted the authorization by the country’s central bank in Abuja that would enable it to offer financial services. Nigeria declared last year that it would enable telecom companies to offer banking services, intended to give millions of Nigerians without bank accounts access to mobile money services – [...]

Airtel to roll out mobile money in Nigeria

Airtel Africa has declared it will soon introduce its mobile money business in Nigeria. The Chief Executive Officer, Raghunath Mandava, claimed that the growth in revenue was attributed to the double-digits growth across business products in Nigeria and East Africa. The telecommunications and mobile money service provider, present in 14 countries across East, Central and [...]

Vodafone Ghana to offer New Messaging option for Mobile Money

Vodafone Ghana has launched a new feature on Vodafone Cash known as Reference to satisfy its customers. In a bulk message sent to all customers of the network, the new option will enable all persons registered on the Vodafone Cash service to send a short, personalized message to recipients when sending money. All subscribers interested [...]

Mauritius Telecom to roll out mobile money service

Mauritius Telecom (MT) will soon roll out the mobile money service. The announcement was made during the opening ceremony of the 39th edition of the conference of the Southern Africa Telecommunications Association (SATA). The CEO of Mauritius Telecom (MT), Sherry Singh, said, “I believe in the digitization of money. We will soon launch a service, the [...]

MTN confirmed the relaunched of Mobile Money service in South Africa

MTN has announced the relaunched of Mobile Money (MoMo), alongside new media offerings which will increase digital revenue. To note, MTN launched its Mobile Money in 2012 which attracted over 2 million customers, but shut it down in 2016 due to lack of commercial feasibility. The operating costs of providing a mobile money platform have [...]

MTN re-introduces Mobile Money in SA

MTN is re-launching Mobile Money in South Africa. Recently, group CEO and president Rob Shuter said the telco would bring the service back to SA in the first quarter of 2019. MTN SA declared it was removing the Mobile Money (MoMo) offer in the country due to lack of commercial feasibility.  The service was first rolled out in [...]