Zain teams Bank of Khartoum for mobile financial service in Sudan

Monday 18 August 2014 00:28 CET | News

Telecommunication operator Zain and Bank of Khartoum have launched a mobile financial service dubbed Hassa.

The service allows mobile phone users to complete financial transactions and operations through this service, including money transfers and purchasing different services such as paying bills and ATM services without the need of opening a bank account.

This service is only available for Zain subscribers; it doesn’t require an internet connection nor a specific type of mobile phone.

Also, this service is available in 1500 sale point geographically distributed around the country. There are no specific transfer boundaries, however no more than 2000 SDG (nearly 351 USD) can be sent in one operation, and the operation can be repeated various times on the same day.

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Keywords: Zain, Bank of Khartoum, mobile financial service, Sudan, Hassa
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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