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Bharti Airtel to launch cross-border money transfer service

Bharti Airtel is to launch a service that enables its money subscribers to send, receive …

Orange considering future in Kenya, Uganda — report

Orange is considering the reduction of stakes in mobile operations in Uganda and Kenya, according …

Uganda follows Kenya with mobile money tax

Uganda is to introduce a ten per cent tax on money transfers made via mobile …

Exploring Usage of Mobile Money in Uganda

A recent study conducted by researchers from Uganda and Sweden, attempts to identify new ways of using mobile money to help the poor. The team studied mobile money users across three MNOs in Uganda. The study provides insights on the current usage of mobile money by exploring different financial transactions of respondents, their relative importance, frequency and alternatives.Read more: http://mmublog.org/blog/exploring-usage-of-mobile-money-in-uganda/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign

Want tips on mobile money product design? Here are two from a motorcycle and a jerry can in Uganda

How much would you like to pay to save? Zero, most likely. In fact, you probably hate the fees your bank charges for the privilege of holding your funds and disbursing when you ask for them. So why was it so easy to find people paying huge negative effective interest rates on a recent trip […]Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cgaptechnology/~3/WmAFO5hC-1o/

Want tips on mobile money product design? Here are two from a motorcycle and a jerry can in Uganda

How much would you like to pay to save? Zero, most likely. In fact, you probably hate the fees your bank charges for the privilege of holding your funds and disbursing when you ask for them. So why was it so easy to find people paying huge negative effective interest rates on a recent trip […]Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cgaptechnology/~3/WmAFO5hC-1o/

Maternal Health Care in Rural Uganda

Dr. Musoke, M. G.N., 2002. IBFRD.

Western Union, MTN Group Sign Agreement to Introduce Cross-Border Mobile Money Transfer Service in 21 Countries

Service to provide fast, easy, reliable remittances to MTN MobileMoney users anytime, anywhere ENGLEWOOD, Colo. & JOHANNESBURG, Nov 10, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — MTN Group, (JSE: MTN), the leading mobile operator in Africa and the Middle East, and Western Union, (NYSE: WU) a leader in global payment services, today announced a commercial agreement to introduce international mobile remittance services in the 21 countries where MTN operates. Once introduced, the service will allow MTN subscrib

Govt launches Rural Financial Services Programme communications in Uganda

Emmanuel Mulondo and Faridah Kulabako Kampala — The government has launched a Rural Financial Services …

Mobile money revolution changing Ugandas financial sector

Picture those days when you had to spend Shs10, 000 on bus fare to deliver …