By Adedapo Adesanya
Top financial service technology company, OPay, has announced a partnership with leading global digital payments platform, WorldRemit, to offer international money transfers directly into OPay mobile wallets in Nigeria.
This partnership between both parties will see the two organisations providing Nigerians with a fast, easy and more affordable way to receive money from over 50 countries including the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada directly into their mobile phones.
Speaking on this, Mr Kunle Olamuyiwa, Director of Remittance Service at OPay said, “We are very excited about our partnership with WorldRemit. At OPay, our goal is to consistently drive financial inclusion across Nigeria, meeting the demands of the banked and unbanked. With this partnership, we will smoothen the process in which Nigerians receive money from friends and family abroad.”
“With our seamless technology, OPay provides Nigerians with a much more comfortable and faster option for customers to receive money in the comfort of their homes. Our 300,000 agent locations spread across the country makes cash withdrawals more convenient”, Mr Olamuyiwa added.
OPay also offers an exciting opportunity for customers to save and invest their money in its FlexiFixed service, which offers up to 12 per cent returns per annum.
The service, which launches this month, is immediately available to all OPay customers on (know your customer) KYC 2 level and above.
New customers can download the OPay app from the Google Playstore or iOS store and upgrade to KYC level 2 to instantly access the service.
Contributing, Country Manager for Nigeria & Ghana at WorldRemit. Mr Gbenga Okejimi noted that: “This partnership ensures that customers can continue to make affordable money transfers to their family and friends in the comfort of their homes.
“Together, WorldRemit and OPay are disrupting traditional money transfer methods by delivering services that customers can access 24/7 via smartphones at their convenience. I’m pleased to share that we’ve reduced prices in 48 corridors and passed the savings onto our customers.
“With communities across the world having to change their lifestyles due to the disruption caused by Covid-19, we’re proud to play our part in making sure our customers can continue to support their family and friends throughout this challenging time.”
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