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Observations on the Nigerian mobile payment licenses

Nigeria is without doubt one of the most vibrant and exciting markets that I know. With a huge population, rich in natural resources, a very high growth rate and almost no personal debt, this country is ready to surprise the world with what is possible. And more than any country this is mobile payment paradise. Consider that the country’s finances is well regulated, that many banks are very profitable and sound, yet a large percentage of the population do not have access to financial services. E

Diaspora Nigerians remitted over 7 billion in 2009

The Nigerian Export Import Bank (NEXIM) has disclosed that Diaspora Nigerians remitted over $7 billion in 2009, which represents 50 percent of the $14 billion globally remitted to Africa. Robert Orya, managing director, NEXIM, who made this known on Monday in Abuja at the 2010 Enterprise Exhibition and Business Forum, said the $14 billion global [[…]]Read more: http://mobilemoneyafrica.com/archives/2179

Mobile Payment and Branchless Banking Risk Management Training Nigeria

Nigeria continues to experience phenomenal growth in its banking and electronic sectors. The country’s Banks …

Mobile Payment Risk in Nigeria The ID challenge

After a long wait, mobile payment is finally berthing in Nigeria, a country of 140 …

CashEnvoh will be Nigerias leading online payment firm Olaoluwa Awojoodu

How does your platform work? The platform www.CashEnvoy.com is an internet payment service that allows Nigerians to make payments, send money and receive payments with ease and convenience in a secured environment. Once you sign up for a free CashEnvoy account, you can make payments, send money and receive money online. To make payments using CashEnvoy, you [[…]]Read more: http://mobilemoneyafrica.com/archives/2050

Nigeria Com

Nigeria is Africa’s leading telecoms market in terms of subscriptions and one of the most …

New Nokias allow multiple mobile money accounts

The new Nokia C2 budget phone with six hours of battery life and dual SIM capability is aimed at the African market. Dual SIM has a number of uses, but the mobile money industry will be most interested in the ability it affords to have accounts with more than one financial services offering. Launched as part of a trio of Cseries phones at an event in Kenya The most affordable of the Nokia C1 trio (C1-00) is priced at EUR 30 before taxes and subsidies and is the first Nokia mobile phone to

Nigerian operators face revenue pressure in crowded marketplace

Fierce competition and regulatory conditions impacting Africa’s largest mobile market