mobile banking

 
M-Pesa ushers in a new wave of banking infrastructure in Africa
M-Pesa ushers in a new wave of banking infrastructure in Africa
Africa is the fastest-growing banking market by population size, and is a cornerstone of market growth for companies able to tap into its...
Cooperation between mobile banking providers will benefit them, users and governments
Cooperation between mobile banking providers will benefit them, users and governments
Most of the world’s mobile money services are based in Africa. In Uganda, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Guinea and 11 other African nations, more people use...
Bank on the future of phones
Bank on the future of phones
There's a revolution under way, and this one's not being agitated by the working class, although they certainly have their part to play. It is...
Money goes mobile -- and global
Money goes mobile -- and global
It is getting easier and easier for consumers to transfer money anywhere in the world as new technologies come to market using cellphones and...
The rise of mobile banking in Africa
The rise of mobile banking in Africa
The concept of mobile banking has been around for over 10 years and its earliest implementation, called e-money, was launched in Japan in 2001.
Africa's upwardly mobile money
Africa's upwardly mobile money
To 28-year-old Kenyan Mary Wanjiku, her cellphone is not just a cellphone. It is also a cheap, safe and easy way of sending her mother $40.
MTN launches cellphone banking service
MTN launches cellphone banking service
South African cellphone operator MTN on Monday said it was launching a mobile banking service in 21 African and Middle East countries where there...

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