Posts Tagged ‘mobile banking’
MTN’s Mobile Money Transfer launch in Uganda to pave way for rollout in other countries
Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

The MTN Group has announced that the successful launch of Mobile Money Transfer (MMT) in Uganda marks the beginning of a series of planned launches across its operations in Africa and Middle-East. The product, called MTN MobileMoney, is a convenient, secure and affordable way for MTN subscribers to send money, buy airtime and pay bills using the mobile phone. Whether users have an existing bank account or not, they can register for MTN ...  [Read more]

MTN Mobile Money transfer service now available throughout Uganda
Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

MTN customers can now finally use the much anticipated MTN Mobile Money transfer service following the commercial launch of the product today. Upon registration, users will be able to send and receive cash using their mobile phones. The introduction of the product to the market brings to a close a comprehensive test period that saw the product undergo a rigorous five months market test and subsequent approval by Bank of Uganda. The planning ...  [Read more]

MTN SA announces domestic money transfer pilot in South Africa
Saturday, January 31st, 2009

MTN is piloting a domestic money transfer service in South Africa using its MobileMoney system, as an added value to its customers. Customers will be able to transfer and receive money from designated MTN outlets across South Africa in a pilot project to test market acceptance prior to a possible broader rollout during 2009. “The development of this Money Transfer service is a joint venture between Standard Bank and MTN Banking, offering a ...  [Read more]

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Picture this - Your car is stuck in a jam on Uhuru Highway on your way to the Airport. Your mobile phones lights up and beeps with a message: 'Flight K47 to London delayed with 30 minutes. Confirmed seat 39A. Upgrade to First Class available. Confirm Yes/No'. Phew!!, you sigh with relief and your loyalty towards the airline grows. In another part of town, Anne, a banker, is about leave office. She uses her mobile phone for a quick check of her ...  [Read more]