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Mobile Money Payments In Africa

Mobile money payments have transformed how people transact in Africa, especially in rural areas with limited access to traditional banking services. In this article, we’ll delve deeper into the concept of mobile money payments, the top mobile money services available in the region, how it drives financial inclusion in Africa, and how businesses can benefit […]

Payment Methods In West Africa: Ghana

West Africa (or Western Africa) is the westernmost region of Africa. The United Nations defines Western Africa as the 16 countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, as well as Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha (United Kingdom […]

Web-Based Payment Solutions Will Boost Financial Inclusion – AZA Finance

Speaking with the Business & Financial Times (B&FT) Ghana, CEO of AZA Finance, Elizabeth Rossiello discusses how moving away from telco-operated platforms to web-based payment solutions will be better for customers and the continent. Web-based payment solutions will eliminate geographical barriers, cause payment services to be more efficient and low-cost, and Africa as a continent […]

Everything You Need to Know About Payment Methods In Nigeria

For a reason, Nigeria is the largest hub in Africa; It’s the home of its biggest economy, population, and city, Lagos. With a young and growing population, Nigeria has the potential to become a global tech hub. According to McKinsey, Nigeria is home to over 200 standalone fintech companies, plus several fintech solutions offered by […]

Mobile Money Services In West Africa

In most sub-Saharan African nations, mobile money has been adopted by individuals as their go-to financial avenue. Mobile money is mainly used by individuals, but increasingly by businesses as well, as a deposit holder for transactional purposes. In this blog, we’ll present the evolving landscape of mobile money services in the West African Economic and […]

Mobile Money In Ghana

It’s absolutely not surprising that mobile payments have gained popularity in Ghana as it is a mobile-first market that boasts of more mobile phones than people, and according to KPMG, an estimated 37 million mobile phone subscribers serve its population of 31 million. These mobile devices are powered by different telecommunications network provider that allows […]

Can Coronavirus Cause Mobile Money Growth in West Africa?

Electronic payments have been a primary driver of economic growth in West Africa, with Ghana being considered as the fastest-growing mobile money markets in the continent. Mobile money trends indicate a greater than 45% increase in mobile money transactions in 2019.  This is mainly because of the stable penetration rate of mobile phones in the […]

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