MasterCard, Comviva, Tutuka Partner For Mobile Money In Africa

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12:18 PM EDT November 20th, 2012

MasterCard Worldwide, Comviva Technologies and Tutuka have announced a partnership to develop MasterCard’s electronic payments network in Africa. The collaboration will enable Operators providing mobile money services using Comviva’s mobiquity platform to offer their customers prepaid MasterCard cards or Virtual Card Numbers (VCN) linked to their existing stored value accounts.

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