Mobile Money Interoperability Phase II rolls out Nov 28
The second phase of the Mobile Money Interoperability is completed and expected to be rolled out on November 28, 2018
Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who made this known at a media briefing on Sunday afternoon said has initiated moves to include various payment platforms.
In March 2017, the Mobile Money Interoperability Project was commissioned by the Vice President, Dr Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia.
The interoperability platform was necessitated to allow a seamless flow of transactions across mobile money, bank and other payment systems.
To further create convenience and rope in mobile money users into the core financial ecosystem, the government initiated a move to create interoperability among the various payment platforms in Ghana.
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GhIPSS was tasked to lead the project. Together with the three mobile Money Operators: MTN, Vodafone and Airtel/Tigo, and financial institutions, Ghana’s Universal Interoperability under the concept, Financial Inclusion Triangle, has been successfully implemented.
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