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TTCL unit T-Pesa signs deal with Korean consortium to offer payment smart card

Monday 18 February 2019 | 13:59 CET | News
TTCL Corporation subsidiary T-Pesa has signed a deal with a South Korean consortium of companies to build a cashless transaction platform for instant payments for goods and services. Its smartcard will be provided free of charge to all people in order to minimise the use of cash and position T-Pesa as the most efficient payment service provider. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Atec / TTCL
Countries: Tanzania, United Republic of
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