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MTN launches mobile money transfer in Rwanda

IT News Africa

Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - 09:25

MTN Group and MFS Africa today announced the launch of the online money transfer service (image: Business Day) MTN Mobile Money customers can now receive international remittances directly on their mobile phones. The service is now live for transfers to Rwanda and Cote d’Ivoire and will be rolled out across other MTN Mobile Money markets, including Benin, Cameroon and Ghana later this year.

MTN Mobile Money customers can now receive international remittances directly on their mobile phones. The service is now live for transfers to Rwanda and Cote d’Ivoire and will be rolled out across other MTN Mobile Money markets, including Benin, Cameroon and Ghana later this year.

Senders can register on the website www.MTNMMO.COM from anywhere in the world and remit funds by simply entering a beneficiary’s mobile phone number. Funds are delivered immediately to the beneficiary’s MTN Mobile Money account at attractive price levels.

While Mobile Money customers today can already send and receive domestic remittances, the MTNMMO.COM service opens up MTN Mobile Money to receive international remittances through a fully integrated and secure platform.

The MTNMMO.COM service marks an important step in MTN’s ongoing partnership with MFS Africa to introduce simple and relevant financial services.

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Tags: Mobile Money Transfer, EMEA, MTN, Rwanda, MTN Mobile Money, International Remittances

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