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Mauritian mobile money launched

The new cashless service offered by Mauritius Telecom, called My.T Money, was launched last Saturday evening, August 24. The payment card My.T Money and its application, start with more than 200,000 customers who can now pay via their smartphone to a thousand merchants partners.
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My.T Money wants to be a reliable and secure alternative to cash transactions that works regardless of the mobile operator in Mauritius. To benefit from this service, it will be enough to visit a Telecom shop to register.

Payments via the QR Code system (Scan and Pay) among others will be quick to facilitate shopping, simplify life and save valuable time. 

In addition, the Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth was present at the launch of the My.T Money service. He declared, “The government’s vision is to make our country a digital economy. I am glad that this service sticks to our philosophy.’’

Source: NexTVAfrica.com.
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