Econet launches Ecocash in Burundi

Tuesday 5 October 2010 | 10:50 CET | News
Mobile operator Econet Wireless has launched a money transfer service called Ecocash that will make it possible to transfer money between the different mobile networks in Burundi. In addition to money transfers, users will be able to pay bills at several participating hotels, restaurants, schools and utilities. East African Business Week reports that Econet has teamed up with the National Post office system to provide over 88 nationwide outlets for Ecocash services. Econet Wireless has over 300,000 clients in Burundi and 8,000 are already using Ecocash.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Econet Wireless
Countries: Burundi
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