Tyme signing up 5,000 mobile money customers every week

Thursday 2 February 2017 | 11:13 CET | News
South African fintech company TYME is signing up 5,000 new customers each week, The Australian reported. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia acquired TYME, which designs, builds and operates digital banking ecosystems, in 2015, for a AUD 40 million (ZAR 365 million).

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MTN
Countries: South Africa
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