Nigerian-based mobile payment service firm Paga has launched Paga for Business, a new service line suitable for large and small businesses.
The solution will act as a one-stop-shop for any business looking for a smart way to collect payments from its customers in person, online, or remotely from anywhere in the world. It also allows businesses to disburse cash to any phone number or bank account.
Co-founder at Paga, Jay Alabraba, said:
“With over five years of experience within the mobile payment market and a customer base rapidly approaching the two million mark, we believe that as a payments platform, Paga has already demonstrated its ability to accurately assess the payment challenges facing not just consumers but businesses nationwide; and provide innovative solutions to address them. Best of all our offering is easy to use and has zero setup costs.”
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