MTN Swazi partners SBS to launch escrow account for mobile money agents

Thursday 24 January 2019 | 13:55 CET | News
MTN Swazi Mobile Money agents can now deposit, withdraw and dispatch mobile money (MoMo) instantly through the Swaziland Building Society (SBS) Escrow Account. This will enable MoMo agents to exchange MoMo for cash up to the tune of SZL 20,000 per day. SBS managing director Timothy Nhleko urged all MTN agents to open accounts with the society.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MTN Swaziland
Countries: Eswatini
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