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UBA Partners Ezipay to provide remittances to over 20 countries in Africa


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United Bank for Africa, UBA, one of the largest financial services groups on the African continent with presence in 20 African countries and serving over 18 million customers has entered into a partnership with Ezipay, Africa’s first P2P QR code payment system solutions provider for merchants and individuals to provide a unique digital initiative for remittances and bill payments in 8 Francophone countries and Sierra Leone.

The partnership allows UBA customers to make payments and transfers to other African countries using their Ezipay wallets. EziPay gives solutions that address the issues and challenges of financial inclusion to promote better payment services and the drive towards cashless economy. They provide services in Ghana, eight francophone countries in West Africa and Sierra Leone.  UBA has become another dependable and solid partner behind Ezipay.

“Ezipay is a credible digital company and UBA, as an innovative leader in the digital banking space, we believe this partnership will go a long way to strengthen the position of both companies”, Kenneth Ugwunanyi, Regional Digital Banking Officer for West Africa said.
He added that UBA as a pan-African company sees Ezipay as a perfect choice for this partnership.

Group CEO and Founder of Artificial Intelligence Technologies limited, owners of Ezipay, Amit Gaur said his company is committed to making Africa the next power house in digital transformation.

“We are committed to making Africa the next power house in Digital Transformation and Financial Inclusion for 1.3 billion Africans” he said.

EziPay provides the safest, cheapest and most convenient way to send money to loved ones in West Africa at excellent rates. It also allows users to transfer money to any bank account in Ghana and West African countries, pay for bills and services to over 250 merchants and businesses all from the EziPay Wallet.

With the COVID-19 causing many countries and places to be on a lockdown, Ezipay provides the safest way to transfer money to loved ones directly from your smartphones.
“This partnership couldn’t have come at a better time because our customers (due to convid-19) can make their payments without having to visit our branches”, Kenneth Ugwunanyi added.

Ezipay’s unique virtual wallet platform which is open in 149 countries, enables users to add money via their Master/Visa Cards and seamlessly transfer funds to Mobile Money Wallets in 8 Francophone countries and Sierra Leone.

Amit Gaur, Group Founder and CEO, Artificial Intelligence Technologies Limited

Ezipay is a subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Technologies Limited and has already been present in Ghana for the past 2 years and is steadily gaining popularity among Ghanaians, the diaspora community and expatriates.

Ezipay provides airtime top-up in any denomination to user’s phone in seconds. One can top-up and recharge Busy, Surfline, Vodafone, MTN and Glo bundles on EziPay.
Ezipay is Africa’s first P2P QR code payment system solutions provider for merchants and individuals.

It also enables users to order groceries, book local and international flights and hotels and renew TV subscriptions. The company will soon introduce Video on Demand, online Education, Insurance and Games which can be played from Ezipay directly.  For more information about ezipay, visit their website: www.ezipay.africa

Source: GhanaNewsPage.com


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