Nigerian Fintech organization, Paga has teamed up with Flutterwave, a worldwide Merchant bills platform to support easy and stable one-click bills for Paga pockets customers at any service provider where the Flutterwave gateway is enabled.
Through this partnership, Paga will now feature as a payment option for merchants that combine the Flutterwave payment gateway, hence allowing its customers to pay traders from their Paga pockets.
The collaboration right now opens up Flutterwave’s traders base of airlines, media outfits, hotels, ticketing companies, style retailers, etc. To Paga’s over 14 million clients.
“By partnering with Flutterwave on their gateway, we give our customers access to quickly make payments to an even larger pool of merchants,” Jay Alabraba, Paga Co-founder and Director of Business Development said.
The collaboration now gives Paga’s over 14 million clients get right of entry to to the services and products on Flutterwave’s merchant base, which include airlines, hotels, ticketing companies, media outfits, and style retailers.
“It is a win-win situation, Alabraba explained. “The customer has a faster payment option and the merchant gets their money seamlessly. Most importantly, the service is end-to-end secure,” he added.
Co-Founder and CEO of Flutterwave, Olugbenga Agboola, defined that the collaboration changed into initiated to simplify bills for traders and their clients and allow them access to the endless possibilities it provides.
“We’re excited to connect all businesses on Flutterwave to Paga’s rapidly growing customer base where a new wave of prosperity across Nigeria, Africa, and the World will be witnessed as a result of this and that’s why we are here,” Agboola said.
About Flutterwave Inc: It is a charge startup based to construct underlying payments infrastructure for African agencies to simply accept a card, cellular money, and financial institution account payments in an unmarried place. The organization become founded by Iyinoluwa Aboyeji and Olugbenga Agboola.
About Paga: It is a cell charge platform founded by using Tayo Oviosu in 2009 on the perception that cellular phones may be leveraged to bring the financial carrier to all Africans. The platform allows its customers to transfer money electronically and make payments through their mobile gadgets and acts as a cell pocket where users can perform transactions with a mobile device.
Since its launch, Paga has persisted to grow, with 8.2 million users that processed over 2 million transactions worth over $131 million in March 2018. It has also processed over $three billion worth of transactions from forty-eight million transactions due to the fact inception.