MTN Ghana has commenced the payment of ₵17.1 Million to 10,630,175 customers, as interest earned for Quarter 1 of 2019.
As part of the GSMA’s Connected Women Commitment Initiative, MTN Ghana has committed to increase the proportion of women in their mobile money customer base to 45% by 2020.
GSMA and mobile money providers across Africa and the world have launched the GSMA Mobile Money Certification. The GSMA Mobile Money Certification is a global initiative to bring safer, more transparent, and more resilient financial services to millions of mobile money subscribers around the world.
Kate Aidoo, a 23-year-old mobile money vendor at Gomoa Fetteh in the Gomoa East District of the Central region has been robbed and bathed with acid by unknown robbers who visited her shop to withdraw money on Monday.
If someone told you MTN mobile money is just about sending and receiving money and cashing-out then they lied. The ubiquitous mobile money service has a lot of services to meet just about the needs of every Ghanaian; individuals and businesses.
Republic Bank (Ghana) Limited, a subsidiary of Republic Financial Holding Limited has unveiled its partnership with Vodafone Ghana Mobile Financial Services Limited, a subsidiary of Vodafone Ghana. The Bank has now partnered with Vodafone for its mobile money services known as the Vodafone Cash.
On Wednesday, November 28, 2018 the Vice President of Ghana, Mahamudu Bawumia launched phased two of the Mobile Money Interoperability Platform. The launch concludes what the Vice President calls the Financial Inclusion Triangle, and ensures universal interoperability, making Ghana one of the few countries in the world to attain this feat.
Ghana's parliament has passed the Payment Systems and Services bill into law. The bill is expected to significantly trigger innovation and growth of electronic payments in Ghana.
Ghana bagged $2.2 billion from remittances in 2017 from a total of $38.4 billion that Sub Saharan Africa recorded, according to the World Bank’s Migration and Development Brief.
Ghana's Mobile Money interoperability platform (MMI) recorded a total 2.2 million transactions from May to December 2018. This shows a continuous increase in patronage of the service.
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