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Rwanda: MTN Launches Online Mobile Money Platform

Dias Nyesiga

Friday, June 1, 2012 - 10:04

ecoIN a bid to strengthen its mobile money business, MTN Rwanda has launched a platform that will help subscribers to receive money from the Diaspora directly on their mobile handsets.

ecoIN a bid to strengthen its mobile money business, MTN Rwanda has launched a platform that will help subscribers to receive money from the Diaspora directly on their mobile handsets.

Albert Kinuma, the head of MTN business said that the platform dubbed MTNMMO.COM is an online facility that enables the operator's Mobile Money customers in the country to receive international remittances directly on their mobile phones from senders living or working abroad.

"Making the connection to MTNMMO.COM to enable international remittances together with MFS Africa was a high priority for us to better serve our customers, understanding their need to use their Mobile Money accounts to receive money from abroad," he said in a statement released on Wednesday.

Kinuma explained that the system enables a sender abroad to transfer their money from their debit card or bank transfer through the internet to an MTN subscriber's mobile phone in Rwanda.


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