The leading digital payments network of Telenor Microfinance Bank, easypaisa, has partnered with Akhtar Fuiou Technologies under the aegis of its agri-financial services platform Digitt+. A digital wallet called Digitt+ was created with the goal of enabling and empowering Pakistan’s unbanked population, beginning with the agricultural industry.
The easypaisa partnership was chosen with the ease of the customer in mind. Holders of the Digitt+ wallet now have the option to deposit and withdraw cash using the easypaisa agent network thanks to this collaboration.
Through its wallet Digitt+, AFT hopes to create a system that is monetarily accessible for the nation’s agricultural industry. The regulatory authority has given the EMI permission to operate as a pilot.
The wallet will be marketed to various demographic segments during its pilot period. Holders of a Digitt+ wallet will be able to make a variety of purchases using a robust Debit Card.
In a statement announcing the collaboration, CEO of Digitt+ Ahmed Ali Saleemi said, “AFT believes in offering its customers agile financial solutions in the most straightforward manner possible, and easypaisa is one such entity in the nation that resonates with our own core values. We are therefore excited about the potential advantages this partnership could provide for both of us.
The leader in digital payments in Pakistan, Easypaisa is steadfastly pursuing the goal of a paperless and economically inclusive Pakistan.
He continued, “We are pleased to work with Digitt on this initiative, and through our 170,000 registered agents throughout Pakistan, we hope to make the payment cycle for farmers simple and secure.
The main incentive for each entity to work successfully together to advance the financial inclusion strategy is a straightforward and simple financial solution.