Kenyan telco, Safaricom, has waived fees on smaller transactions and increased spending limits for its M-Pesa money transfer service, reports finextra.com. The move follows a meeting with the Central Bank of Kenya’s governor, in which means of reducing cash transactions were explored. The WHO has advised consumers to avoid handling bank notes, which are known carriers of viruses. M-Pesa has more than 20 million customers in Kenya.
Kenyan telco, Safaricom, has waived fees on smaller transactions for its M-Pesa money transfer service as the WHO has advised consumers to avoid handling bank notes, which are known carriers of viruses.
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