Equity’s mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) - Equitel - has launched fourth generation (4G) services. The new 4G broadband network offers faster speeds to...
The performance was aided by technology and innovation, which saw the bank enhance its offering in this category.
Equitel has launched a new telephony bundle that will see customers get both talk-time and health insurance cover. The equity owned telecommunications service has...
Equity Group's mobile virtual network (MVNA) operator Equitel has recorded a 16% growth in the number of commerce transactions over the last year according...
The Africa Development Centre, which was launched in May this year, gives Kenyan talent the opportunity to work on cutting-edge technology, creating solutions for local and global impact
Sometime back, when one walked into a Kenyan bank, all they got were banking services that include loan application, account opening, depositing and withdrawing...
Equitel is additionally offering the phones through mobile phone loans as it pushes to offer users flexibility in payments and is retailing the devices at Equity Bank branches
Platform accounted for 23% or Ksh 328 billion of the Ksh 1.427 trillion that was transacted in the form of mobile commerce payments
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This strategic move is in line with indaHash vision to cement its presence in Africa, following its impactful footprint in South Africa since 2017 and successful collaborations with clients like the South African Tourism Board.
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