Digital Financial Services Providers

  • Airtel

    Bharti Airtel Limited, a leading integrated telecommunications company, operates in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. As at 2012, Airtel has over 246 million customers. Airtel is among the top 5 mobile service providers in the world.

  • Eko

    Eko provides no-frills bank accounts and deposits, withdrawal, and remittance services to the unbanked sector through mobile banking. Eko India Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. is a business correspondent for the State Bank of India and ICICI Bank India, two of the country's largest banks.  

  • FINO PayTech Ltd.

    Financial Inclusion Network and Operations (FINO) provides alternate banking channels and leads technology trends in banking. Its solutions include biometric smart card, hand-held devices, and Micro Deposit Machines that allow financial service providers to perform field operations and biometric authentication.

  • Digicel

    Digicel, a mobile phone network provider, operates in 31 markets across the Caribbean, Central and South America, and the South Pacific. Based in Jamaica, Digicel has about 13 million wireless users.

  • Oxigen

    Oxigen, a mobile network operator, was SBI's technology provider in fulfilling India's first full-service eWallet, MobiCash. It operates in India and in South Africa, through its overseas partner Blue Label Telecom.

  • BeMobile

    BeMobile, a telecommunication service provider, operates in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, the Caribbean, and the British Virgin Islands.

  • M-Pesa

    M-Pesa is a mobile-phone based money transfer and microfinance service of Safaricom and vodacom, the largest mobile operators in Kenya and Tanzania. M-Pesa is currently the most developed mobile payment system in the world and allows users with a national ID card or passport to deposit, withdraw, and transfer money through mobile phones.

  • Vodafone

    Vodafone is the largest mobile operator in the world. More than 403 million customers around the world use Vodafone to look after their communications needs. In 30 years, a small mobile operator in Newbury, UK, has grown into a global business and one of the most valuable brand in the world. Today Vodafone operates in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.

Client Speak

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    - Rupali Kalita, MD, RGVN