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Airtel Money launched in Sierra Leone today, providing access to the unbanked

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Monday, June 25, 2012 - 11:01

Airtel Money launched in Sierra Leone today, providing access to the unbanked.

Airtel Money will enable Sierra Leoneans to send and receive money 

New facility enables consumers top up air time on their phones directly 

Service will extend innovative mobile financial solutions to both the banked and unbanked across the country

20th June 2012 Airtel Sierra Leone has today launched its mobile money platform aptly named Airtel Money. The service provides consumers with convenient access to affordable and innovative financial services through their mobile phones. The platform allows consumers to top up their phones with air time, send and receive money, pay their critical utility bills, access their bank accounts.

Airtel has partnered with leading international and regional banks such as Guaranty Trust Bank, Eco Bank and Zenith Bank to provide customers with access to deposit and withdraw cash, money transfers, banking services and pay bills. 

Airtel Money, strengthen its commitment to provide affordable and innovative solutions to all. 
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Tags: Mobile Money Transfer, EMEA, Mobile Wallet, Mobile Money, Airtel

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