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Mobile Money operation is one of the riskiest businesses in Ghana...

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The spokesperson for the Mobile Money Agents Association of Ghana, Charles Kwasi Addo, has bemoaned the incessant robbery attacks on mobile money agents, saying...

Zeepay names Ama K. Abebrese as Brand Influencer

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Zeepay, the leading African Challenger Fintech with operations in 20 African countries today announced Ama K. Abebrese, an award-winning actress, producer and media presenter,...

myGHQR.com Set To Grow Adoption of QR Payments in Ghana

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A revolutionary new digital payments service, myGHQR.com is set to transform the payments landscape and position Ghana among the top cashless economies of the...

MTN wants Mobile Money included in Ethiopian telecom license

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MTN Group President and CEO, Ralph Mupita has said that the company will bid again for the Ethiopian telecommunications license in the second round...

MoMo robberies: two suspects beaten to pulp after attacking agent in...

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Two suspects who allegedly robbed a mobile money agent in broad daylight on Tuesday, at Asuboi in the Eastern Region have been beaten to...

MoMo transaction value grow over 155% in 12 months

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The value of mobile money transactions more than doubled in the last twelve months, according to the Bank of Ghana. The total amount increased by...

MTN to meet 25% localization threshold end of year

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MTN Ghana has announced by the end of this year, they will meet the legally required 25 per cent localization threshold.  When MTN was licensed...

Ethiopia blocks mobile money from telco license, loses US$500m

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The Ethiopian government has excluded mobile money from the terms of two new telecommunications licenses to be given to MTN and a Vodafone consortium...

MoMo agents cautioned not to copy customers ID numbers

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The CEO of MobileMoney Limited, Eli Hini has warned mobile money agents not to copy the ID numbers of customers when they do cash...

MTN Ghana commits $149m to digital services

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To meet the increasing demand for digital services triggered by Covid-19, MTN Ghana has committed to spend $149 million in total capex this year...
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