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fets - winner of the Kalahari ‘Best mobile utilities payment provider in Africa’ Award for 2016
March 24 2016 0 comment

fets - winner of the Kalahari ‘Best mobile utilities payment provider in Africa’ Award for 2016

fets is the proud winner of the Kalahari ‘Best mobile utilities payment provider in Africa’ Award for 2016

The 6th Remittance and Mobile Money Expo-Kalahari Awards recognizes the best innovations and achievements in the Remittance and Mobile Money industry, those companies that have contributed to ensuring mobile financial and remittance services are more affordable, available and impactful in Africa. The awards are dedicated to acknowledging creativity, commitment and excellence in the digital payments and remittance industry across Africa.


fets (funds electronic transfer solutions) was selected as the winner for ‘Best mobile utilities payment provider’ award with the usage of its mobile service platform, fetswallet. This allows the mobile device to serve as a payment tool through provision of financial services by sending, saving and receiving money anywhere, anytime. The recognition is as a result of the collection and payment services rendered independently to several electricity distribution and fast moving consumer goods companies.

fets stood out in this category among other nominees as it is actively contributing to the distribution of power and enhancing lives of those who largely depend on it by making payments more convenient, affordable and secure through innovation and technology. As a company, we are very delighted to receive this award and be recognized by the Mobile Money Africa. We are encouraged that it will allow us to continue to improve on our service delivery and increase customer satisfaction as we take a lot of pride in serving our customers better and providing a solution that is convenient, safe and reliable for everyone.

fets has previously won similar awards as Best Mobile Technology Company 2015 for the Year by the Institute for Government Research, Abuja.

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