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IDT launches RCH for international mobile money transfer

(The Paypers) IDT has recently established an international remittance clearinghouse (RCH) for mobile network operators…Read more:

Kenya: M-PESA, Western Union in mobile money transfers deal

(The Paypers) Global payment services provider The Western Union Company has made available its mobile money transfer service via the m-wallets of the M-PESA…Read more:

BICS Homesend connects Vietnam with mobile remittances

BICS and VNPT EPAY have partnered to deliver international remittance capabilities to VNPT customers in Vietnam. VNPT is the latest operators to sign onto the Homesend platform allowing mobile to mobile remittances. More information is available at

Western Union and Etisalat to Introduce International Mobile Money Transfer Service in 18 Countries

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Etisalat, Western Union in international mobile money transfer services

(The Paypers) UAE-based telecommunications company Etisalat has inked a contract with global payment services provider Western Union, to implement international…Read more:

Remittance Service Provider Whitepaper

GSMA whitepaper from 2009 that looks into the use cases, roles, business models and technology required for International Mobile Money Transfer.

Western Union, United Bank for Africa partner to spread mobile money transfer

Global payment services provider Western Union Co. and United Bank for Africa Plc have expanded …

2 Additional Challenges in Testing a Mobile Money Transfer Solution

In response to my previous blog ‘5 Common Challenges in Testing a Mobile Money Transfer …

5 Common Challenges in Testing a Mobile Money Transfer Solution

Over the recent few weeks, I have been asked for my thoughts on some of …

Fiji: Mobile money transfer proves popular

VODAFONE Fiji has recorded more than 50,000 M-PAiSA money transfer transactions since its launch in June last year, with thevalue totalling more than $2.5 million.And this, the country’s largest mobile firm says is a significantmilestone as it was changing the way people in Fiji, particularly thosein rural areas and outlying islands did their transactions."It is very quickly filling the void in the market whereby 60 per cent of Fiji’s population still did not have access to regular banking