Mobile money accounts pass 1 billion mark in 2019 - GSMA

Wednesday 25 March 2020 | 13:18 CET | News
The number of mobile money accounts passed the 1 billion mark in 2019, according to the latest study from GSMA. The number of daily transactions was close to USD 2 billion, and for the first time, more value is circulating in the mobile money system than exiting.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSMA
Countries: World
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