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Mobile Money Edges in on Traditional Banksi
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January 17, 2014 7:16 PM
With most people in sub-Saharan Africa having no access to banks, mobile money services are creating major opportunities for consumers and industry players alike. In Uganda, mobile money service providers are giving commercial banks a run for their money. VOA'S Paul Ndiho reports.

Mobile Money Edges in on Traditional Banks

Published January 17, 2014

With most people in sub-Saharan Africa having no access to banks, mobile money services are creating major opportunities for consumers and industry players alike. In Uganda, mobile money service providers are giving commercial banks a run for their money. VOA'S Paul Ndiho reports.


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