Qatar’s leading telecommunications operator has announced its Ooredoo Money service will now allow customers to send transfers direct to Mobile Wallets in Africa.
As well as instant cash transfers, Ooredoo Money now offers customers the ability to send transfers to Mobile Wallets in a number of African countries, with transfers being sent instantly 24/7, 365 days a year, according to a statement on Monday.
"Using MoneyGram via Ooredoo Money, customers can access the best rates, world-class service and no back-end fees, and rest assured their transfers will safely reach loved ones in Africa instantly.
"Speed of service is subject to banking hours and system availability, funds availability, approval from MoneyGram verification systems and compliance with regulatory requirements."
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director PR at Ooredoo, said: “We’re delighted to confirm our Ooredoo Money customers can now send money home to Africa quickly, easily and efficiently using MoneyGram with Ooredoo Money. We know quick, safe transfers are a vital requirement for many of our customers, and – with complete customer satisfaction a primary goal at Ooredoo - we’re proud to offer an option, together with a leading global money exchange service, that meets their needs and offers peace of mind in such uncertain times.”
Customers can find a list of countries and Mobile Wallet services at ooredoo.qa.
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