Retail group Pick n Pay will be the first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) to use MTN South Africa’s newly launched platform to support these types of virtual providers, TechCentral has learnt.
Pick n Pay plans to launch Pick n Pay Mobile as well as Boxercom, under its Boxer chain, the retail group said on Tuesday during its interim results presentation for the six months ended 30 August 30.
TymeDigital by Commonwealth Bank SA has become the first new bank to receive an operating licence from the South African Reserve Bank since 1999. The bank, set to become a full service digital bank, currently
South Africa’s cellular operators have been trying for years to crack the mobile commerce code, but haven’t been able to repeat the successes they’ve had in countries such as Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. MTN, working with Pick n Pay, may just have found the key to success at
In a move that will be regarded as a direct challenge to South Africa’s big banks, retailer Pick n Pay and mobile operator MTN have taken the wraps off a new, low-cost banking solution and free money transfer service that will be offered to consumers who sign up for a
MTN South Africa said on Monday that it has launched a Visa card for Mobile Money users, allowing them to pay for goods and services. They can also use the card to withdraw money from any ATM. TechCentral reported in November last year that MTN was in talks with Visa to make available a Mobile Money card