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Airtel Africa Coughs Up $40-Million for New Kenyan Spectrum

Airtel Africa, one of the continent's largest telecommunications groups with a presence in 14 countries, today announces that its Kenya subsidiary, Airtel Kenya, has concluded its purchase of additional spectrum in the country. According to the announcement Airtel Kenya has...

Airtel Money is Now On its Own

Telecoms group Airtel Kenya has announced that it will be splitting its mobile money business - Airtel Money - from its main company. Instead, Airtel Money will now be operating under the name 'Airtel Money Kenya Limited'. “Following this business separation,...

Airtel Money is Launching this New Virtual Payment Solution in Zambia

Airtel Money has today launched the Airtel Money Mastercard virtual payment solution in Zambia, that allows all Airtel Money customers in the country, even those without a bank account, to make global e-commerce payments safely and securely, underpinned by...

Airtel Africa to Sell Stake in Airtel Money

Airtel Africa has revealed its plans to raise cash by selling a minority stake in Airtel Money - its mobile financial platform. According to Business Daily, this move is part of the company's strategy to sell some assets. “We are...

Jumia and Airtel Kenya Partner to Enable Mobile Payments

Jumia and Airtel Kenya have partnered to allow consumers to complete their online payment transactions using Airtel Money. “Millions of Kenyans rely on mobile money daily to make fast payments. By expanding our payment options to include Airtel money, it...

Airtel Africa and Mukuru Partner to Facilitate Money Transfers within Africa

Airtel Africa and Mukuru have partnered to enable Mukuru customers to instantly send cross-border transfers directly to Airtel Money customer wallets in 12 African countries. This partnership will be particularly beneficial for customers making intra-Africa payments from Southern Africa where...

M-PESA is Close to a 99% Market Share in Kenya

As of 31 March 2020, the number of registered mobile money subscriptions in Kenya was 29.1 million. This space is dominated by Safaricom with M-PESA having a 98.8% market share. The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) reports that Airtel Money...

Kenya: Telkom expands mobile money platform with Safaricom

Mobile money services are on the rise and will most likely take an upward trajectory in coming days in Kenya. The development of mobile money platforms in Kenya was conceptualized more than a decade ago when Kenyans started to enjoy...

Kenya: Mobile money interoperability to launch in March 2018

Kenyans will now be able to transfer funds across networks, this comes after three of the country's mobile money platforms Safaricom's M-Pesa, Telkom money, and Airtel money went into an agreement which aims to bring down the cost of...

National Bank & Airtel Kenya ink major pact to expand reach

National Bank of Kenya and Airtel Kenya have announced the opening of their distribution networks to offer each other’s services in a major partnership agreement geared at expanding reach of services. National Bank and Airtel Kenya agents will roll out each...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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