‘Zap’, Zain’s award winning mobile commerce service that allows customers to use their mobile phones like a mobile wallet to pay for goods and services and conduct banking services regardless of the type of handset they use, was launched today in Accra. Zap is a novel product that provides the most comprehensive and accessible package of m-commerce features currently available anywhere in the world.
1 August 2008 – Nairobi, Kenya – Zain Group, the leading telecommunications mobile operator servicing over 50 million customers in 22 countries across the Middle East and Africa, today announced it has re-branded its entire African operations from Celtel to Zain (www.zain.com). The move coincides with the linking of the world’s first borderless mobile service […]
Zain, the leading mobile telecommunication operator in the Middle East and Africa present in 22 countries, announces today its consolidated financial results for the first half of 2008. The results showed significant growth in revenues with customer numbers exceeding 50 million. H1-2008 Key Performance Indicators Total Managed Active Customers 50.74 million Consolidated Revenues US$ 3.488 […]
With its 75% acquisition of Ghana’s Second National Operator (SNO) – Western Telesystems Limited [WESTEL] from the government of Ghana for US$120 million, Celtel now has an operation in Ghana. Celtel International is the African arm of Zain. According to Zain’s website: […] Zain (formerly MTC Group) acquired African mobile telecoms leader Celtel International B.V […]
Paypal has expanded even further in more countries in Africa, and other parts of the world. I have highlighted the African countries below: The new markets that can now use PayPal to send money online include: Albania, Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Azerbaijan Republic, Belize, Benin Republic, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Burkina […]