Portugal Telecom Signs Multi-Million Dollar Deal With mPowa

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4:32 PM EDT February 4th, 2013

South Africa’s PayGate, a payment solutions provider, has announced that it will be allowing merchants in Kenya and Tanzania to take payments via mobile money service M-Pesa. The payment will be offered to customers in the two countries at checkout and PayGate will provide customer’s with the merchant’s M-Pesa account information.

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