The services are expected to be available this year
MoneyGram has announced a new partnership with Airtel Africa PLC, a leading money service provider with a presence in Africa’s 14 countries.
This way, Airtel Money’s customers will be able to quickly receive MoneyGram transfers directly into their mobile wallets.
Once they receive the funds, they can be accessed immediately and used. That’s about paying utility bills, goods, and services, transferring to other people or converting to cash at any of Airtel Africa’s branches, kiosks, and agents.
We’ve reported that MoneyGram International has announced a partnership with Korean fintech Global Money Express (GME). This way, GME customers can connect to the MoneyGram platform and distribution network in over 200 countries.