SuperCom signs mobile money MoU with African operator

Monday 16 November 2015 | 12:57 CET | News
SuperCom said that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with a mobile operator in Africa to implement a mobile money system using SuperCom's SuperPay technology. Both parties have agreed to jointly deliver an advanced secure mobile wallet to be used by millions of existing subscribers. It will be usable on any mobile device. They will deploy matching mobile POS technology through the operator's agent network. The system will provide a range of services such as cash deposits and withdrawals, money transfer, bill payments, account top ups, in-store payments and more. The business model

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