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Vodafone partners with Bank South Pacific for its mobile money transfer service in Fiji

MOBILE firm Vodafone Fiji Limited has signed an agreement with Bank South Pacific (BSP) to be an agent for M-PAiSA, a newly-introduced mobile money transfer service.The mobile company has so far registered over 250,000 customers for this service, 35 per cent from rural areas.Vodafone chief operating officer Pradeep Lal said the new partnership would enable M-PAiSA registered users to deposit money in their M-PAiSA account in exchange for equivalent electronic value.Read more: http://mobile-finan

Remittances to developing countries resilient in the recent crisis

But crisis-related risks cloud outlook for remittances and migration WASHINGTON, DC, November 8, 2010 – …

Peter Lyons on Mobile Money Profitability

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Western Union rolls out mobile money transfer services in the Philippines

(The Paypers) Global payment services provider The Western Union Company has announced that its mobile money transfer offering is set to be made available to…Read more:

Benefits of mobile money transfer trickle down to rural folk

Before 2008, analysts lamented that Kenya was performing poorly in financial inclusion.But that was before …

Somali militants ban mobile money transfers

MOGADISHU (Reuters) – A Somali rebel group has banned the transfer and receipt of cash by …

Mobile Money Transfers in Africa Will Exceed US200 Billion in 2015, Pyramid Finds

Mobile Financial Services in Africa: MNO Business Models and Market Forecast provides an in-depth, up-to-the-moment analysis of …

Western Union to Launch Mobile Money Transfer Service with State Bank of India

Western Union and State Bank of India (SBI), the largest commercial bank in India, today announced that SBI accountholders will soon be able to receive cross-border money transfers in their bank accounts using just their mobile phones. In July, Western Union announced the introduction of the Account-Based Money Transfer (ABMT) service, to be launched in early 2011. This service will enable SBI customers with online bank accounts to pull a Western Union(R) Money TransferTM directly into their ac

Western Union, EnStream partner to launch international mobile money transfer service

(The Paypers) Global payment services provider The Western Union…Read more: