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Infinix Zero 8: Specifications and price in Uganda

Infinix Zero 8: Specifications and price in Uganda

A keen interest in class and elegance can only draw you to the best of devices. Infinix Mobility has perfected this art. The Infinix Zero 8, the latest of the company’s flagship series, is on the market and you can only get excited about it. Being a flagship requires it to have the top notch specifications and features. Here, we can boldly say it does not disappoint.

This Infinix Zero 8 adopts a 6.85-inch FHD+ Smooth Display, which is something one should love. At least, we do! All the latest releases of phones let you enjoy video streaming and gaming on a wide-enough plane. When it comes to the memory, we see the Zero 8 on-boarding 8GB of RAM and 128GB ROM. There’s also the ability to expand this to 2TB. How about that?

Let’s get to the cameras. The Zero 8 comes with a dual front set up, which is comprised of 48MP+8MP; as well as a 64MP+8MP+2M+2M combination on the rear, with quad rear flash sensor. It is safe to say the phone is powerful enough to satisfy all your photography and videography needs on the go.

Speaking of power, the Infinix Zero 8 comes with a Helio G90T processor, Mali-G76 MC4 GPU, and a massive 4500mAh battery capable of accommodating up to 31 hours of talk time. Additionally, the 33W Super Charge and Multi-Dimensional Liquid Cooling Technology. The phone runs on Android 10 and, as well, comes with a USB-C port.

Infinix Zero 8 Specifications

  • 6.85“FHD+ Smooth Display
  • Ultra Night Camera With IMX686
  • 48MP+8MP dual selfie cameras with dual front flash
  • 64MP+8MP+2M+2M with quad rear flash
  • Helio G90T+8GB RAM
  • 33W Super Charge & Multi-Dimensional Liquid Cooling Technology

Infinix Zero 8 Price and Availability in Uganda

Precisely, the Infinix Zero 8 is priced at a recommended retail price (RRP) of UGX 1,030,000 and is available at all Infinix branded outlets in Uganda.

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Stripe acquires Paystack for $200m to expand into Africa

Stripe acquires Paystack for $200m to expand into Africa

US-based payments company Stripe is in the final stages of acquiring Nigerian-based startup Paystack for a deal worth $200 million. Like Stripe, Paystack provides a quick way to integrate payments services into an online or offline transaction through an API.

Founded in 2015 by Shola Akinlade and Ezra Olubi (in the featured image), Paystack has been solving the challenge of online payment transactions in Nigeria. With over 60,000 customers in the country and in Ghana, it is likely that the startup will continue operating independently as the terms of the acquisition are not yet disclosed.

According to Techcrunch, the deal is evidence of how Stripe is making strides in regards to geographic expansion, having added 17 more countries to its platform in the last 18 months. It is also an indicator of the company leaning on emerging markets of Africa for its own growth.

The firm raised $600m earlier this year with the aim to expand to other markets. It is worth noting that over the years, Stripe has made investments into startups building technology or businesses in areas where it is yet to move.

This is not the first time an African payments startup is acquired by a global entity.

Close to a year ago, Visa paid in two hundred million US dollars for a 20 per-cent stake in Interswitch, to become a strong investor in the Nigerian-based startup that boasts of several point-of-sale terminals, online consumer payment platforms and its own card, Verve.

Also this past August, cross-border payments company WorldRemit announced it had agreed to acquire Sendwave.

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How To Shorten A Video On Windows and Mac Computer

How To Shorten A Video On Windows and Mac Computer

Just like other useful operations performed while editing a video, shortening a video is also a critical operation of the video editing process. If you have a long video, how to shorten it? Can speeding up the video help you? In some cases, probably not.

How To Shorten A Video

Sometimes you just only want to keep the most interesting part of a long video or want to delete the unwanted part of a video. To solve this, you can make use of several tools mentioned in this article to shorten a video on computer.

Method 1. How to Shorten Videos for Free – Gihosoft Free Video Cutter

If you want to shorten a video clip on Windows computer, you can make use of the lightweight Gihosoft Free Video Cutter which can be used to shorten video as well as audio file. Moreover, it is not only a lossless video trimmer but also a video joiner, which is free to use. The key features that this program offers are as follows:

  • You can use it to trim video and audio without decreasing the quality.
  • 100% free, and no watermark will be added into the output file.
  • Various types of audio and video formats are supported by the tool.
  • It offers a precise selection for cutting the audio/video file.
  • It is quite easy to use and provides users with a quite neat and clean interface.
  • It can also be used to join videos for free.

Follow the below steps on how to shorten a video on computer:

You will need to follow the 3 simple and easy steps mentioned below in order to be able to successfully shorten a video with the use of Gihosoft Free Video Cutter:

  • Step 1. First, click “Add Files” or directly drag and drop to load the video that you are intending to shorten.
    Follow the below steps on how to shorten a video on computer
  • Step 2. Next, you will need to select the desired part of the video by setting the start & end time of the video.
    Follow the below steps on how to shorten a video on computer
  • Step 3. Once you are done with the selection of the desired part of the video, start the cutting process to shorten the video by clicking on the “Cut” button.
  • Step 4. After it finishes, the clipped video will be saved in its original format and quality. You just simply click the “Open Folder” to check the output video.
    Follow the below steps on how to shorten a video on computer

Method 2. How to Shorten a Video On PC

Another tool that you can use to shorten a video on your computer is UniConverter video editor. However, this software is compatible with Mac as well. To use this software to shorten a video, all you need to do is just to follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Step 1. Download and launch the UniConverter video editor on your Windows computer.
  • Step 2. Once you are on the main interface of the software, import the video to be edited just by dragging and dropping.
  • Step 3. Besides the opened video, there is available an “Edit” button. You should click on this button in order to open the video editing window.
  • Step 4. Out of the tabs available in the editing window, navigate to the “Trim” tab and then hit the “Add Trim Marker”.
    How to Shorten a Video On PC
  • Step 5. Next, you will need to select the start & end point of the desired part of the video. For performing this task, you can either set the start time & end time in the editing window or you can simply drag the start & end marker provided below the video for selecting the desired part of the video.
    How to Shorten a Video On PC
  • Step 6.Once you have selected the desired part of the video, you can play the selected part by clicking on the play button in order to make sure that you have made the right selection. If you are happy with your selection, next, you should click on the “OK” button.
  • Step 7.Now it is time to select the format for the target file. For this, you will need to use the “Output Format” column that is provided on the right-hand side. Once it is done, just hit the “Convert” button and the video will be immediately trimmed as per the selection and will be converted to the specified file format. And, that’s all.
    How to Shorten a Video On PC

Method 3. How to Shorten a Video On Mac

In case you are using Mac, you can make use of the QuickTime Player app to shorten or trim any video. Just follow the steps mentioned below to do that:

  • Step 1. Launch the Quick Time player app on your computer. Then click on the “File” menu and then select the “Open File” option to import a video.
  • Step 2. After you have successfully loaded or opened the video to be edited, choose the “Edit” menu option provided on the top menu bar. And then select the “Trim” option to activate the trim command.
    How to Shorten a Video On Mac
  • Step 3. After that, a trimming bar of red color will immediately appear at the bottom part of your opened video. Next, you should drag the bar handles for selecting the desired part of the video to cut out from the entire video.
    How to Shorten a Video On Mac
  • Step 4. Once you have selected the required part of the video clip, click on the “Trim” button provided just on the right side of the yellow bar. It will immediately trim the video as per the selection made by you and the rest of the clip will be removed. You can also play and preview your selection by hitting the play button provided on the left side of the yellow bar.
  • Step 5.Next, you should go ahead to save your shortened video. For this, all you need to do is just navigate to the “File” menu provided on the menu bar and then select the “Save” option from that menu.
    How to Shorten a Video On Mac

Final Words

However, all the tools or methods described above are good answers when it comes to the question “How to shorten a video on computer”. But Gihosoft Free Video Cutter comes out to be the best one because it is easy to use and needs only a few simple steps to be followed for shortening a video. Moreover, the tool is available for free without any limitations.

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TECNO Camon 16 launched with free data from MTN Uganda

TECNO Camon 16 launched with free data from MTN Uganda

TECNO Mobile Uganda has unveiled the Camon 16 series, the latest addition in the Camon series. The launch of Camon 16 series comes again with collaboration between TECNO and MTN to give more to customers with this sleek smartphone that comes with free 3GB internet every month for three months. In addition to this, customers will also get 100% bonus on all bundles they activate for 90 days on the MTN SIM used in the Camon 16 they purchase.

Our partnership with TECNO is one we carry with pride because it fits very well with our vision of delivering a bold new digital world for customers. This launch of yet another top of the range, affordable smartphone, is testament to our commitment of ensuring that everyone enjoys the benefits of a modern connected life through the services and products we offer”, said Somdev Sen, MTN Uganda Chief Marketing Officer.

Tecno Camon 16 Specifications

The Tecno Camon 16 is an all upgraded smartphone from the hardware to the software. Camon 16 series pioneers on many fronts like Camera technology, stylish design, operating system, and many other features you will discover when you use the device.

The new Camon 16 series prides in specifications like the Ultra Clear Night shots by TAIVOS technology, video anti-shake mode, 4K videos, 48MP AI dual selfie Camera with flash, 64MP Quad Camera, 33W super flash charger, 128GB of internal storage and supported by pioneer CPU, beyond fast and powerful processor Helio G90T among other great features. This is all to give customers the best seamless experience. 

The 64MP main camera is supported by 8MP ultra wide-angle snapper with two 2MP units to assist night photos, and Portraits to the impressive 33W fast-charging. Furthermore, Camon 16 series comes in three different versions: Camon 16S, Camon 16 Pro and Camon 16 Premier.

TECNO Camon 16 Premier which is in the top tier of the Camon 16 series is available currently in a single color, Glacial Silver and runs on the Android 10.0 + HIOS 6.0 operating system and features a 6.9-inch full-HD (1,080×2, 460 pixels) display with a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout on the top left corner of the screen. 

Side-fingerprint All-new access this time, for a better visual sense of the whole design, the fingerprint sensor was moved to the side of the mobile body enabling customers to unlock the phone in a more convenient and comfortable manner. 

A device for everyone

Camon 16 series is a device for everyone, no matter what you do or age, it is a great phone, and we encourage everyone to purchase this powerful device. The launch of the series in Uganda comes after winning serial major awards worldwide such as the Global Product Innovation Award at IFA.

In 2019, we launched a partnership with MTN to enhance the value TECNO smartphones offer to our customers. We are here today to continue fulfilling our promise of enabling all Ugandans to experience the best smartphones while using the best internet service provider in the country. Camon 16 is more than just a smartphone looking at the upgrades we have installed in the device. The upgrades are not just from the hardware but the software as well. This is because of our mission and desire to give our customers at an affordable price,” said Shiva Zhong, the TECNO country Director.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all areas of life, both social and economic. This has pushed TECNO to think outside the box on how best they can give more value to customers. They launch the Camon 16 series to enable all Ugandans stay connected to their friends, families, and workmates by experiencing the best smartphone on the market.

We urge all customers to get this Next level Camera Evolution Phone from any TECNO branded shop or MTN Service center near them and enjoy the benefits that come with it”, concluded Mr. Shiva.

Tecno Camon 16 Price in Uganda

The Camon 16 Premier costs UGX 1,099,000 as the recommended retail price (RRP). It is available at all Tecno branded outlets in Uganda, as well as MTN Uganda shops and outlets.

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Netflix ends free trials. Here’s why!

Netflix ends free trials. Here’s why!

There is no doubt that the lockdown, resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, has kept people at home globally. With one of the boredom killers being Netflix, you can only imagine how many new accounts surfaced in the period. But the enticing feature about the service seems to be no more. As of writing this, you can no longer enjoy the 30-day or even 7-day free trials on Netflix.

If you take a look at the website, you will not find a ‘Free Trial’ button. This is because, as we looked away, Netflix ended the free trial service. This is also indicated on the Help Center.

Free trials are not available, but you can still sign up and take advantage of all Netflix has to offer. There are no contracts, no cancellation fees, and no commitments. You have the freedom to change your plan or cancel online at any time if you decide Netflix isn’t for you.

So, the question is…

Why is Netflix ending free trials?

For the record, Netflix does not provide a reason for this change. However, it could be that the streaming service is concerned that more consumers just use the free trial as a way to get free television for a period of time set for trial. Yet, the streaming category is getting increasingly competitive with the likes of Disney and Amazon shaping themselves for more clientele.

As early as March 2019, Netflix expressed the need to remove the 30-day free trial option, but then restored the offer with only 14-day free trials in May. In Spain, the option hasn’t been available since at least the beginning of this month, while it is completely phased out currently across all markets.

In June, Disney+ also axed their seven-day free trial option. When signing-up, you are prompted to immediately begin paying for the $6.99 per month service.

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Huawei donates ICT kit to Kyambogo and Nkozi Universities

Huawei donates ICT kit to Kyambogo and Nkozi Universities

Huawei Uganda has fulfilled its pleage and donated ICT study equipment worth $30,000 to Kyambogo and Uganda Martyrs University. This equipment is to aid in the hands-on study in the Huawei ICT Academy that was started within the different universities in 2019.

The event that took place at Serena Hotel Kampala was attended by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of ICT and National Guidance Hon. Vicent Bagiire, Huawei Managing director Mr. Gaofei, the Vice Chancellors Kyambogo and Nkozi University.

The Huawei ICT Academy was launched in May 2019 at Makerere University and spread to seven other universities with Kyambogo and Nkozi inclusive. Huawei’s mission is to train 1000 students free of charge in the next two years as pledged to His Excellence Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

According to Huawei’s Managing Director Mr. Gaofei,we shall also donate ICT Academy equipment to the following universities, Kyambogo and Uganda Martyrs University as pledged. We hope that these shall aide and ease the teaching and learning process of the students.” 

With this donation, we believe that we shall trigger exploration which lights the way forward. And further more we believe that this exploration begins with sharing wisdom, and exchange of ideas to open up exciting new possibilities in a digital world”, He added.

The permanent secretary and chief guest by Hon. Vicent Bagiire emphasized that the skills imparted through the ICT Academy should be able to help students to create their own enterprises.  

For us it is important because we realize and recognize that ICT can be used for efficiencies in whatever we do but that it’s also a business. So we hold the view that the skills that have been imparted unto you the students can be used to create your own enterprises instead of looking for employment,” he said

Huawei has now opened approximately eight ICT academies in Ugandan Universities namely; Makerere, Muni, Kyambogo, MUBs, Kabale, Soroti, Nkozi and Mbarara. The Huawei ICT Academy course combines both theories and practical operations which range from Enterprise Networks such as Routing and Switching, Advanced Network and Network technology, information technology such as Storage, Cloud computing and big data among others.

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Uganda to represent Africa at Huawei global ICT competition

Uganda to represent Africa at Huawei global ICT competition

Huawei Uganda has awarded three students who represented Uganda in the Huawei ICT global competition Africa stage. These students – Doreen Nalwoga, Shaffick Nyanzi and Emmanuel Kiguli – who took first position, are set to represent Africa at the global stage next year. 

Under the theme of “Connection, Glory, Future”, the four day competitions that kicked off on 10th September 2020 covered over 14 countries in the African region and attracted over 50,000 students.

Team Uganda was represented by two network teams each comprising of three students, of which one took first position toppling other African countries. This winning team comprises of two students from Muni University and one student from Lira University. These shall now proceed to the global finals in China to compete at global level in November.

Globally the Huawei ICT Competition 2019-2020 has covered over 70 countries worldwide, with 150 000 contestants from more than 2,000 universities and colleges. Launched in the African region just five years ago, the Huawei ICT Competition has developed into the largest ICT skills competition in Africa. 

The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance and Chief guest Hon. Bagiire Vicent Waiswa commended Huawei for the ICT Competition initiative that mobilizes young Ugandans to build their capacity and skills with a view of making them market ready.

I thank Huawei for this initiative that mobilizes Ugandans to build their capacity and skills with a view of making them market ready. By market ready I mean you take these Ugandans and give them the necessary exposure through competition for them to be able to come back home and utilized the skills they have learned. As far as the ministry is concerned, developing human capital is extremely important and we look at initiatives such as these (Huawei ICT Competition) as an avenue that we can utilize to build the capacity of our ICT professionals and therefore build substantial ICT eco system.

Doreen Nalwoga, a computer science student at Lira University and one of the winners expressed her gratitude to the exposure Huawei had accorded to them.

Firstly I would like to thank Huawei Uganda for having given us an opportunity to increase our exposure, knowledge, skills and experience. We have attained professional certification at no cost, facilitation and awards. I am personally certified with HCIA Security, HCIA Router and Switch, HCIA WLAN. Am currently finalizing an additional course to be a Huawei Certified Internetwork Professional (HCIP R&S). This means I am capable of designing, implementing and maintaining enterprise networks already.”  

Speaking at the awards ceremony, the Managing Director of Huawei Uganda, Mr. Gao Fei, said that the competition is very relevant to every ICT student and professional because it’s a comprehensive approach of skills development for employment, enhanced productivity and growth.

We congratulate team Uganda for the tremendous success thus far. The Huawei ICT Competition and Academy is a comprehensive approach of skills development for employment, enhanced productivity and growth. Training contents in this program has been aligned with skills requirements in the job market. That is why we re-dedicate ourselves to working even more closely with universities across the country to better equip students with the next generation of technologies and create the platform for the Ugandan students to demonstrate they are capable of maturing into world-class experts.” 

With a series of talent ecosystem campaigns in Sub Saharan Africa, including the ICT competition, Huawei hopes to skill up more than 700,000 ICT professionals by 2023. 

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KIW Awards: A life line for startups in the new normal

KIW Awards: A life line for startups in the new normal

As the economy slowly makes its way to some semblance of normalcy, it cannot be denied that the year 2020 has been a trying one for the Startup ecosystem the world over. The C-19 pandemic that very quickly swept the globe affected supply chains, customer and client bases, communication and general operations and more for many startups.

Despite the increase in market uncertainty, Startups in Uganda are developing products to help consumers and businesses survive during covid-19 with help from the Startup ecosystem in Uganda. Many startups, companies and individuals have risen to the occasion, shifting their working modules to meet current demand and finding innovative digital solutions to continue to ensure that their customer base is satisfied.

Through the My Start Up Story Campaign, The Kampala Innovation Week Awards would like to highlight and reward these entities that embody the theme of this year’s theme: Innovation, Recovery and Resilience. As a consumer, client or customer, you decide which of these businesses receive this spotlight!

The KIW Awards have six different sectors with only a total of 30 nominee slots. To fill one of these slots, simply record a 1 minute long creative video, highlighting your startup story and the ways in which you adapted to COVID-19. The six sectors are: Agriculture, Health, Education, Communication, Energy and the Creative Industries.

Tells us your #MyStartupStory by:

1. Recording a 1 minute video, highlighting your startup story and the ways in which you have adapted to COVID-19.
2. Post on your social media a/c and tag us plus #mystartupstory for a chance to be among our bi-weekly winners.

The My Startup Story Campaign has loads of prizes like Free social media marketing on the Startup Uganda and KIW Channels, SafeBoda credit worth 100,000 Ugx and Google and Amazon credit worth 20k from Outbox to mention but a few, are up for grabs.

Submissions will close on 31st of October (T&Cs Apply). Visit this link to make yours.

The KIW Awards will take place during Kampala Innovation Week 2020 happening November 26th to 28th powered by Startup Uganda in partnership with the United Nations Capital Development Fund and sponsored by International Trade Centre, Enabel, Uganda Green Enterprise Finance Accelerator, SafeBoda, MoTIV and Talent Africa Group.

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Infinix XClub: A multipurpose forum for users

Infinix XClub: A multipurpose forum for users

It is always an amazing thing to be part of a forum that unites users of the same product. The Infinix XClub is one such platform. The club is an online forum by Infinix that lets you connect with users and developers all in one place. The forum comes in form of an app, and has a website version. However, the app version is much more easier to use and is only on the Google Play Store where you can get it HERE.

How to register for the Infinix XClub

To register to be part of the platform:

  • Click on the REGISTER on the login page
  • Type in your phone number and after a few minutes a validation code will be sent to your SMS
  • Input the validation code then select your unique username and password. Alternatively you can use a valid email address to register.
  • Then tap SUBMIT

Benefits of being part of the Infinix XClub

Beyond getting first hand knowledge of product information, you also get to create your own content as well as access other user’s content. On top of this, you can get special titles and medals, as well as get software update links if you’re an Infinix user. You can also interact with users around the world and professionals in regards to any topics such as the weekly medical Q&A Session with a professional health worker.

The Infinix XClub also lets you play a variety of games in the games lobby section where you take part in tournaments and win big. You can as well participate in the forum activities to win Xcoins, smartphones, phone accessories, among others. Then you can use your Xcoins to buy items from the XStore.

How to buy from the XStore 

To buy items from the XStore:

  • Tap on your profile icon
  • Select XStore and see what item(s) fit with the amount of Xcoins you have
  • Select item you want to buy for it’s details
  • If you like it and have enough Xcoins for it select “Buy it now
  • Immediately take a screenshot of your orders and inbox Infinix Uganda on the forum and the pick up point for the items will be availed.

Have you joined yet?

Stand a chance to win a brand new NOTE 7 by joining XClub today and also like the XClub facebook page for more information. Download the Infinix XClub app and join over 20M users on the forum for a lot of amazing things await you on it.

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How to safely send money to Uganda using WorldRemit

How to safely send money to Uganda using WorldRemit

With approximately 660,000 Ugandans in the diaspora, the remittance industry has witnessed an increase in money being sent to families and friends across Uganda. The World Bank in 2018 reported that those in the diaspora sent home over 1.4 billion US dollars in 2017. Uganda is noted among the largest remittance recipients in Sub-Saharan Africa.

WorldRemit is proud to help Ugandans abroad contribute to the progress of their home country’s economic growth and sustainability. Whether you are sending money for education, bills or for festivities such as Uganda’s Independence celebrations, it is important to us that they deliver your hard-earned money quickly and securely to your friends and family. 

How to safely send money to Uganda using WorldRemit 

Here are the top recommendations for staying safe when sending money to Uganda this festive season.

  1. Ensure that the platform is secure and encrypted

All connections to WorldRemit through their website and mobile app are secure and encrypted so that the information exchanged between your browser and the platform is not accessible by any third party. This means that you can trust the company with your sensitive data, such as your password or contact details, without worrying about any prying eyes. The WorldRemit systems allow for screening transactions and looking for signs of suspicious activity. 

  1. Make sure the payment system is reliable and secure 

At WorldRemit, advanced systems are set up to help process debit and credit card payments securely. The website and mobile app use a 3D Secure technology, which is designed to ensure that it is you who is using your card. Only you know what your verification code is, WorldRemit can not see this personal information.

  1. Check for Regulatory Standards and Compliance

WorldRemit is a fully licensed international remittance service. Operating as an Authorised Electronic Money Institution, they are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK, meaning that they are obliged to follow very strict rules to keep your data secure. When they send money internationally, they also have to meet the requirements of global regulatory bodies. By adhering to each country’s regulations, they can further protect their customers and safeguard your money.

Safety is an ongoing goal, and we continuously work to ensure that our Compliance and Security teams are continuously monitoring.

  1. Is the company backed up by a strong security team?

From Compliance to Security teams, WorldRemit is constantly monitoring transactions and looking for signs of suspicious activity. If something doesn’t add up, they take immediate action to protect your account, sensitive details and money. 

All accounts and transactions are carefully reviewed to ensure they are not being used for the wrong purposes. If they suspect that someone knows your password, they’ll temporarily freeze your account and reach out to you to help you secure your user profile.

  1. Is the Customer Service always available?

When it comes to sending money to family and friends, peace of mind is everything.  It’s a relief to know that there is someone available to help resolve issues, as soon as possible. That is the case with WorldRemit, whose customer service team is available 24/7.

  1. Reputation is key

WorldRemit are a reputable, award-winning company, serving over 6,500 money transfer routes globally. Today, millions of customers have come to trust them with their money.

The company takes pride in being a trustworthy and secure global payments company, supporting Africa’s initiatives in driving digital transactions and financial inclusion. If you’re looking for more information on how they protect your money, visit their Staying Safe Online page.

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