MasterCard Worldwide, a global payments and technology company, today launched its official East African regional headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. This development brings the number of MasterCard offices across the African continent to five, with other offices operational in Cairo, Casablanca, Lagos, Johannesburg and now Nairobi. |Source |
Airtel Uganda recently launched its mobile money platform ,Airtel Money. The service provides to the market convenient, affordable and innovative financial services through the mobile phone. The platform allows consumers to top up their phones with air time, send and receive money, pay their critical utility bills, access their bank accounts and withdraw Airtel money across all interswitch ATMs countrywide.|Source |
Nokia East Africa annouced a new warranty programme, covering Kenya, Uganda or Tanzania, that sees the combination of online, 24-hour care exchange and repair services to customers across East African borders.|Source |
Orange’s intent to increase its customer acquisition and retention by offering relevant and cost effective data services leads them to offer the following in Kenya:
Targets prepaid Mobile and Internet Everywhere 3G modem users
Access to unlimited daily, weekly and monthly bundles
The offer is the most affordable proposition in the data market.
POST SPONSORED by TICBANK 2012