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Airtel Money will leverage its partnership with African payments company Flutterwave to expand its services to Eastern and Southern Africa. The partnership enables businesses integrating Flutterwave in Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia to receive payments from Airtel Money customers and transact high volumes with Airtel Money’s proprietary Fintech platforms. Airtel said the services...

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Cameroon’s ISP and mobile virtual network operator YooMee has launched its new mobile money service in direct competition with MTN MoMo and Orange Money. In June 2021, the Central African Banking Commission (COBAC), via United Bank for Africa (UBA), authorised the telco to offer electronic money services. As MNOs and MVNOs are not financial institutions,...

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Newly entering telecom operators in Ethiopia can now request to provide mobile financial services in the country after six months of acquiring license. Talking to The Reporter following the request for proposal the government issued for a second telecom operator license, Balcha Reba (Eng.), Director General for the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) said that the new license...

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From Botswana, Orange Money has collaborated with local content streaming platform UPICtv to support the country’s arts industry by facilitating mobile money payment for subscriptions. Launched last year by Botswana Fibre Network (BoFiNet), UPICtv is a streaming subscription service available at P50.00 per month, down from the original launch price of P75.00. According to BoFiNet...