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WorldRemit and MTN Agree Major Mobile Money Partnership

Online money transfer service WorldRemit and telecoms operator MTN have signed a global partnership that will enable WorldRemit customers to send remittances instantly to MTN’s Mobile Money customers.

Gemalto and Vodacom Initiate Rollout of Prepaid EMV Bank Card

Gemalto has announced the deployment of prepaid EMV banking cards to complement Vodacom’s m-pesa mobile wallet service in South Africa

Nigeria’s 30-Year Investment Plan Requires Initial $325 billion Mobile Kick-Start

Nigeria needs a further $325 billion to expand its mobile network infrastructure capacity in line with international standards, it has been revealed.

Nomanini takes Africa by storm thanks to Google Cloud Platform

Nomanini, a Cape Town-based mobile point of sale service that specialises in facilitating cash payments in emerging markets, has successfully scaled into six countries across Africa in just four years, using Google’s cloud platform.

MainOne Opens Tier III Data Centre in West Africa

In mid-January, MainOne, Nigeria’s leading provider of innovative telecom services and network solutions for businesses in West Africa, opened its premier Tier III Lekki Data Centre.

7 Tips Every Startup Needs to Follow in 2015

Whether you are starting your own business or developing the one you already have, here are seven tips for startups you can follow this year.

MTN Nigeria Launches its “BetterMe” Internet Usage App

MTN has unveiled its Betterme App to urge Nigerians to maximise their internet usage

Shopify App Launches in South Africa

eSolutions, by DPD Laser, has launched the first free Shopify Shipping App targeting the South African eCommerce logistics market.

Airtel Kenya : Kenya’s Telecom Experts

A year on and Airtel Kenya continue to grow from strength to strength, paving the way for other mobile operators.

Tigo Ghana : A Brand New Experience

Launching a brand new music service and encouraging more young girls to take an interest in ICT are just two of the ways that Tigo Ghana stands out in a crowded telecoms market.