Guinea gets Orange Money

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Guinea gets Orange Money

French-owned telco Orange has launched its Orange Money service in Guinea.

Orange says this is in line with Orange’s goal to launch the service in all 22 countries in Africa and the Middle East where the Group operates. 

Since the service was first launched in Cote d’Ivoire in 2008, it has accumulated over 4.6 million customers across its regions.

Orange Money allows users to transfer money, top up airtime and perform other transactions using their mobile phones.



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