xpWallet, an emerging mobile wallet solution provider, has announced its partnership with Mfollo Africa, provider of USSD short code services in Africa.
This partnership will extend xpWallet network and help provide short (5-digit numbers) code service for mobile wallet services to telcos, banks and merchants in 16 African countries.
In addition, with the availability of USSD short codes services, xpWallet enables all other types of users like bank, merchants and PSP to launch their own mobile wallet even without the collaborating with telcos. The addition of short code service allows xpWallet greatly empower mobile wallet operators to offer their customers make micro-payments.
“The implementation of this partner program will enable us to further expand our mobile wallet solution availability across the region,” Says Rohtas Chhabra, Vice President, Product & Technology, xpWallet.
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