Western Union Enhances Mobile Money Transfer Capabilities in Africa

The Western Union Company , a leader in global payment services, in collaboration with the MTN Group, a multinational mobile telecommunications company servicing 229,2 million customers in 22 countries, announced the launch of a new mobile money transfer service in Rwanda and Ivory Coast. The new service allows MTN customers in both countries to receive

Vodafone and MTN Agree to Interconnect Mobile Money Services

Customers of M-Pesa and MTN Mobile Money in East Africa will be able to transfer money to each other following an agreement between Vodafone Group and MTN Group to interconnect their mobile money services. This interconnect collaboration between the region’s two biggest mobile money operators will enable convenient and affordable international remittances between M-Pesa customers

Retailers Can Accept MTN Mobile Money With New Verifone POS Device

Verifone Mobile Money and MTN Group, announced an agreement to deliver retail payment devices to merchants across 16 of MTN’s operating countries. The solution will enable customers to pay for goods and services using their mobile phone and MTN Mobile Money wallet, while merchants will be provided with payment terminal solutions from Verifone. “We are

WorldRemit and MTN Agree Major Mobile Money Partnership

Online money transfer service WorldRemit and telecoms operator MTN have signed a global partnership that will enable WorldRemit customers to send remittances instantly to MTN’s Mobile Money customers. The agreement extends WorldRemit’s position as the leading provider of remittances to Mobile Money users (also known as mobile wallets) at a time when the technology is

MTN Launches Mobile Money Visa Card

MTN South Africa has announced the Mobile Money Visa card is currently available from Pick n Pay and Boxer stores as of 17 June 2014, as it further enhances its mobile financial services. MTN has positioned itself as a leader in providing financial services that drive economic inclusion by merging technology into everyday life and

MTN Group and Bharti Airtel Partner to Launch Cross-Border Remittance

MTN Group and Bharti Airtel has announced a cross-border remittance partnership that seeks to remove the hassles of transferring money between Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso for the operators’ Mobile Money customers on either side of the border. The landmark partnership will enable Mobile Money customers of MTN Ivory Coast and Airtel in Burkina Faso

MTN Partners PriceCheck to Release App

South African mobile operator MTN has partnered Naspers-owned PriceCheck.co.za to release a mobile application for price comparison in the country. The app will be available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices, and will come preloaded on MTN’s Steppa smartphone. The companies said the partnership between a mobile operator and e-commerce platform highlights the importance

MTN and Ecobank Partner to Improve Access to Mobile Financial Services

MTN Mobile Money users, who are also Ecobank customers in 12 African countries, will soon be able to withdraw cash from Ecobank ATMs. They will also be able to transfer money between their Mobile Money and Ecobank accounts. The service was piloted in Ghana last month, and will soon be launched in Benin, Cameroon, Ivory

MTN Ghana And Ecobank Expand Cardless ATM Services

Ghana’s leading telecommunications provider, Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) and Ecobank, The Pan African Bank, have partnered to extend cardless ATM services to Ecobank ATMs across Ghana. With this partnership, the more than two million MTN Mobile Money subscribers can now enjoy the convenience and ease of withdrawing money instantly from Ecobank ATMs anytime and from

CWG Partners with MTN on Mobile Payment Solution in Nigeria

Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) understands the need to have a robust platform that will support the Mobile financial services initiative and is proud to present their M- Commerce platform in conjunction with MTN Nigeria called MTN XaaS platform. In a bid to make financial services accessible to all Nigerians in a cost effective manner and