Africa’s payments market is highly fragmented, with no dominant payment method or provider. Different users and countries favour varying payment methods. The main obstacle for businesses is that it can be highly inconvenient and costly to receive payments via all the prevailing methods in the market—mainly if they are operating across multiple countries.
Cellulant has made it easy for businesses by providing a single platform where a business can collect money from any payment method and manage all the payment processes from a single dashboard.
We solve for the fragmentation by providing businesses with a single, seamless platform, enabling them to process all types of payments. Our team has created this easy-to-use platform to simplify the transaction process for businesses and consumers, so they don’t have to turn to multiple resources to send or receive funds. This payment platform, Tingg, is available to 35 countries and counting, with access to funds in over 210 banks.
Our Revolutionary Digital Wallet Payment Platform
When you use Tingg—which is available through the web and a mobile application for businesses and consumers across Africa—you can easily make and accept payments.
Tingg is able to process over 300 different payment methods from consumers, which includes using mobile money, directly from their bank, or using their local or international cards. Businesses are then enabled to collect those payments online or offline.
Trading has never been easier than with Tingg’s digital payments gateway, and we’re proud to be Africa’s leading trusted payments company. Whether you trade, sell, or buy globally, regionally, or locally, you can quickly and securely make or receive payments across borders all in one place. We built our payments business for businesses like yours across Africa, and
we’re excited to invite you to become part of the African fintech revolution.
When you make Cellulant a part of your business, you not only enable economic growth for your business alone, but you contribute to our vision to accelerate the economic growth of Africa as a continent. If you want to learn more, feel free to reach out.