The Orange Money Card-To-Wallet service will enable customers to transfer money online from any bank account to an Orange Money wallet.
The sender does not need to have an Orange Money account;they are only required to have a registered Orange sim card, while the recipient needs an Orange Money wallet.The service is available to all Orange Botswana customers with bank accounts.
Customers can also buy airtime and access other mobile network operator services using their Visa or Mastercard debit and credit cards through Tingg, Cellulant’s digital payments platform.
Cellulant has partnerships with 45 of the largest mobile money operators and 210 banks across Africa and has a converged payments ecosystem that brings together a network of banks, businesses, mobile network operators and consumers.
The company provides its services in 35 countries across Africa, including Ghana, Botswana, Nigeria, Kenya, Cameroon, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Egypt, Ethiopia and South Africa, offering the largest and most connected payments network on the continent.
In February this year, the Central Bank of Kenya also granted Cellulant a Payment Service Provider Authorization, enabling the fintech company to expand its payments offering for businesses, banks, and consumers.