07 Sep Kenya Payment Gateway For eCommerce: Orange Money Mobile Payment Method Discontinued In Kenya

Mobile money as an alternative payment in Kenya has been terminated and Telkom Kenya will be launching a new mobile money service.  

Orange Mobile Money only reached just over $1m in transaction values in the first quarter of of 2017 of the $11bn transacted across all mobile money platforms in the same period, of which $8bn of mobile money transacting was done through M-Pesa alone.

Telkom Kenya was bought out by Helios the pan-African investment group and have some new changes lined up.  It is hard for anyone to make a march on Safricom's M-Pesa in Kenya which through African Payment Solutions is the most popular payment method for multinational eCommerce companies launching in the East African market.

Big eCommerce companies who are trading in the region can do best by enabling M-Pesa and Debit cards for Kenya through their single integration to African Payment Solutions for pan-African payment capability.

If you are a multinational eCommerce company looking to expand to Africa for your eCommerce payments then contact African Payment Solutions now


Our thanks for inspiration to https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2001247275/telkom-kenya-to-launch-new-mobile-money-service