Payment by mobile concept drawing on the blackboard

Beyonic, the payments company that aggregates digital financial service providers in emerging markets just partnered up with Mobile Accord. The partnership will help it expand into 25 other African countries making it the largest mobile aggregator in Africa, according to a company media release.

Beyonic’s online platform enables businesses to manage 2-way mobile money payments over multiple mobile carriers with one system.

Per the partnership, Beyonic says it will leverage Mobile Accord’s expertise in “building mobile solutions and relationships with leading mobile carriers” as well as its relationships with over 78 mobile carriers in 44 countries.

“Beyonic’s system allows NGOs and businesses to utilize mobile money for expenses with very little set-up, and we are excited to expand this important tool across Africa” said Luke Kyohere, CEO, Beyonic.

Beyonic is currently operational in Uganda and Kenya and will be expanding to 10 markets; Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Niger, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zambia as part of the roll out in 25 more African countries. 


Read this next

Edward Snowden is brewing a healthy meltdown on Twitter, and from a perkiness that came from consuming a gallon of coffee, we brought you the list of nominees for the Nigerian Technology minister’s portfolio as we wait for #TheList. What else happened today?

More From TC

TechCabal is a Big Cabal Media brand

Copyright © 2019
All rights reserved

Privacy & Terms