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A market activation of MoMo PSB took place today at Oke-Arin market in Marina, Lagos, where traders were shown how to open a MoMo PSB wallet

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L-r: Shoyinka Shodunke, Chief Information Officer, MTN Nigeria; Hassan Jaber, Chief Operating Officer, MTN Nigeria; Olaniyi Afonja AKA, Sanyeri, Nigerian Actor and Comedian; Lynda Saint-Nwafor, Chief Enterprise Business Officer, MTN Nigeria; Usoro Usoro, Chief Executive Officer, MoMo Payment Service Bank (PSB), and Josephine Sarouk, General Manager, Regional Operations, MTN Nigeria, at the MoMo PSB Market Storm in Oke Arin Market, Lagos on Thursday, May 19, 2022.

Hurray! MoMo Payment Service Bank has formerly commenced operations, today.

This is following the final approval for a Payment Service Bank (PSB) licence granted by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to MTN Nigeria’s fintech subsidiary, MoMo Payment Service Bank (MoMo PSB) Limited (READ HERE).

Okay. You want to open a MoMo PSB Wallet already? Well, just follow us in a minute –

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| MoMo PSB activated on customer’s phone

MoMo successfully carried out pilot scheme initiated on 16 May 2022, in commemoration of the launch of MTN Nigeria GSM operations on 16 May 2001(READ MORE HERE) and the listing by introduction on the Nigerian Exchange Limited on 16 May 2019 (READ MORE HERE).

Indeed, this is a key milestone in delivering the Company’s Ambition 2025 strategic priorities.

In addition to delivering a wide range of digitised payment services aimed at removing the friction from everyday payment by digitising cash payment, MoMo wallets in the future will also enable account holders  to receive inbound remittance from any country in the world, an important feature given Nigeria’s ranking as the destination for the highest remittance inflow in Sub-Saharan Africa.

With an expansive agent network  of over 166,000 active agents and digitized partnership infrastructure, MoMo PSB is poised to enable millions of unbanked and underserved Nigerians to access a wide range of  financial service product. MoMo PSB  will scale its agent network to reach Nigerians across the country, providing a wide range of payment services, and remove friction from everyday payment by digitising cash payment.

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“We are grateful to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for their support and guidance through the process,” said Karl Toriola, CEO of MTN Nigeria. “This is an important milestone for MTN Nigeria in our mission to support the delivery of financial services to everyone in Nigeria. Not just those in urban centres and markets, but also people in the rural and remote areas of the country who remain excluded from the financial system,” he added.

MoMo PSB CEO, Usoro Usoro said: “Providing easy to use, accessible and affordable financial services to all Nigerians is essential to executing the CBN’s financial inclusion strategy and the digital inclusion agenda of the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy. We look forward to playing our part and are excited about the opportunities to partner with relevant institutions across various sectors to co-create and expand access nationwide.”

The Iyaloja of Ifedapo Market, Oke Arin, Mrs. Fausat Akinolu after sending money through her MoMo Wallet said, “I just sent money to my friend, Iya Ibeji, using just her phone number and the process was seamless. MoMo PSB is indeed better than cash and I want everyone to know that they can just dial *671# to open their own wallet.”

The CBN introduced PSB to cater to financially excluded communities. MoMo PSB was granted final approval by the CBN in April 2022.

How to activate MoMo PSB Wallet

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Okay, now let’s the cat be out of the bag:

MoMo PSB - MoMo Payment Service Bank
| Market activation of MoMo PSB today at Oke-Arin market in Marina, Lagos

A market activation of MoMo PSB took place today at Oke-Arin market in Marina, Lagos, where traders were shown how to open a MoMo PSB wallet:

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  • Simply dial *671# on any network,
  • send money to any mobile phone in the country as well as buy airtime/data and pay bills.

You are good to go!

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