Orange Money enables transactions to West Africa

Orange mobile, Kenya

Orange mobile, Kenya

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – ORANGE has launched a money transfer service from France to three African countries.

Orange Money will allow transfers to Ivory Coast, Mali and Senegal.

“We are delighted to offer the Orange Money solution to our customers living in Metropolitan France and particularly to those with a link to Africa – this is a simple, secure and instant money transfer service between family and friends via
mobile,” states Patrick Roussel, Orange France Consumer Sales Director.

Orange Money provides a money transfer service from France to the three countries through a simple mobile transaction.

Orange also makes it easier for recipients to withdraw money from over 30 000 Orange Money points in the three recipient countries, an unrivalled number of points of sale in these countries.

Orange Money is a mobile account linked to an Orange telephone number, and it is designed to meet the needs of customers in Africa, where most transactions are made in cash.

More than 18 million customers already use it in 14 countries in Africa to carry out transactions such as payments and money transfers.

– CAJ News

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