Category Archives: Mobile Remittance

Google enable email money transfer

Google has enabled Send Money in Gmail, a money transfer payment service that will initially only be in the UK and the US. Originally revealed several years ago in the US, the Send Money in Gmail payment service combines the Google Wallet (more…)...
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WorldRemit and MTN agree mobile money partnership

Online money transfer service WorldRemit and telecoms operator MTN have signed a global mobile money partnership that will enable WorldRemit customers to send remittances instantly to MTN’s customers. The agreement extends WorldRemit’s position as the leading provider of remittances to Mobile Money (more…)...
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Mobile money momentum

As mobile money transfer services like Pingit and Paym gain traction, how will mobile remittances help drive mobile commerce? With all the focus on mobile payments and wallets, and the success of mobile-based money transfer services like Barclays Pingit and Paym (more…)...
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Snapcash…WTF?

Messaging phenomenon Snapchat has teamed up with Square to enable users to send each other money through Snapcash, an addition to the Photo sharing app. Snapcash lets Americans over the age of 18 link a debit card and then send money directly (more…)...
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Easypaisa hits 6 million monthly users

Celebrating the fifth anniversary of Easypaisa, Telenor talked up how embedded the mobile money service has become in Pakistan’s economy, attracting six million users every month. The operator, which launched service on 15 October 2009 in partnership with Tameer Micro Finance (more…)...
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Mobile money transfer gains momentum

As mobile money transfer services like Pingit and Paym gain traction, how will mobile remittances help drive mobile commerce? With all the focus on mobile payments and wallets, and the success of mobile-based money transfer services like Barclays Pingit and Paym (more…)...
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Amazon kills P2P payments service

Amazon shut down its WebPay service, saying that the P2P payments service for money transfer  is not good enough to keep going. For several years, WebPay has let Amazon Payments users send, receive, and request money by entering a contact’s email address (more…)...
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