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Cellulant Teams Up with Orange to Expand Payment Options in Bostwana

Orange Money, the mobile money service of Orange and leading Pan-African payments company, Cellulant have announced a new partnership to enable card-to-wallet transfers for eight banks in Botswana. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_1-zcuJx28 The Orange Money Card-To-Wallet service in Botswana enables customers to transfer money...

Cellulant Partners with Five Water Utility Companies in Zambia

Cellulant Zambia announced a digital payment partnership with five leading Zambian water utility companies; Nkana Water, Kafubu Water, Mulonga Water, Chambeshi Water, and Western Water. This partnership will allow customers in the country to pay their water bills with their...

Cellulant & Jambojet to Give Away Over 600 Discount Flight Vouchers

A subsidiary of Kenya Airways Jambojet and Pan-African payments company Cellulant have partnered to award customers over 600 discount vouchers, each worth Kes 3,000 ($25.58). The vouchers will be available to all customers that sign up for Jambojet Rewards, the...

Kenya’s Cellulant Partners Tanzanian Fintech NALA for Overseas Payments

NALA, a Tanzania based Fintech company, has teamed up with Kenya's Cellulant, a Pan-African Payments Company, to oversee and allow remittance payments from the United Kingdom and the United States into Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ghana for customers. Besides...

Kenya: Payments App Wins Mobile App of The Year

Tingg, the all-in-one super payments app, won the ‘Overall Mobile App of the Year’ in Kenya at the inaugural Mobile App Summit and Awards held on Friday 10th in a prestigious gala dinner. They also bagged the ‘Mobile App...

Cellulant unveils Africa’s newest payments super app, Tingg

African fintech company, Cellulant officially launched Tingg, an all-in-one, multi-functional consumer super app on Tuesday, 8 October 2019. The 'super-app' combines an array of payment, commerce and financial services onto a single online platform that hopes to revolutionise the...
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