Discover the one-stop-shop payment suite that connects you to whatever matters to you. This payment suite is called Tingg. It is an easy, cashless and convenient payment solution. It enables you to make and receive payments, connects you to merchants. Tingg was launched officially on the 8th of October, 2019 by Cellulant Nigeria, an African Fintech Company.
Cellulant says that the Tingg app is an all-in-one, multi-functional consumer app and it combines an array of payment, commerce, and financial services in a single online platform that will help change the way users interact with digital payment services in Africa.
Cellulant also says that Tingg is the solution to fragmentation in the African digital space, especially in cross-border payments. It supports payments, financial services, and commerce at a local level. This can put an end to boundaries in geographies and channels.
The app fits local contexts, which makes it easy for businesses and users to make and accept payment. Most importantly, they have accessibility to digital financial services.
Ken Njoroge who is the co-CEO at Cellulant said that
Recent statistics indicate that roughly 62% of sub-Saharan Africans are unbanked, however, even those of us who are able to open bank accounts often face challenges such as high transaction costs, fragmented markets, and inconvenient payment options. It is for this reason that we have built a digital commerce platform that tackles not only the access problem but also offers a variety of financial services and improved user experiences.
Cellulant has been able to connect business and consumers to over 140 banks, 40 mobile network operators in one inclusive network that will allow interoperability that eludes many players in the payment space. This standard has set Tingg to accelerate Africa’s digital transformation by connecting consumers and businesses to a secure, fast and simple financial experience. Tingg is a one-stop-shop payment suite app built by Cellulant.
Tingg, the one-stop-shop payment suite is available in Nigeria, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Uganda, and Zambia.
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