The wallet has already been trialled in Nigeria and will launch in Kenya later this month. In the second half of 2022 it will be made available to users in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda, Ivory Coast and Senegal. Tecno is offering payment facilities in collaboration with third party financial services players. With its financial services push the Africa-focused manufacturer joins a range of big name players offering mobile wallet and money services including a spate of mobile operators, Google and traditional payment providers.
Tecno, a manufacturer of handheld devices, has announced intentions to expand its mobile wallet service to six additional African nations after piloting it in Nigeria last month. The service would enable bill payment, money transfers, and airtime purchases. Tecno Wallet will be available for download and pre-installed on the company’s new Camon 19 range of phones, which will be unveiled on June 14 at an event in New York. It also intends to preinstall on a variety of other recently released devices from throughout its portfolio.
Along with various payment services the application will include the ability to access credit facilities at launch. It plans to eventually add cashback and promotional reward functionalities. Send your news stories to firstname.lastname@example.org and via WhatsApp on +233 244244807 Follow News Ghana on Google