Easypaisa is Joining Forces with Digitt+ to Promote Financial Inclusion

The main digital payments platform of Telenor Microfinance Bank, easypaisa, has partnered with Akhtar Fuiou Technologies under the umbrella of its agri-financial services platform Digitt+. A digital wallet called Digitt+ was created to enable and empower Pakistan’s unbanked populace, starting with the agricultural industry.

The easypaisa collaboration was chosen with the convenience of the customer in mind. Holders of the Digitt+ wallet now have the opportunity to deposit and withdraw cash using the easypaisa agent network thanks to this cooperation.

Via its wallet Digitt+, AFT hopes to create a system that is financially accessible for the nation’s agricultural industry. The regulatory board has given the EMI permission to operate as a pilot.

While celebrating the partnership, CEO Digitt+ Ahmed Ali Saleemi, stated, “AFT believes in providing agile financial solutions to its customers in the simplest way possible and Easypaisa is one such entity in the country that resonates with our core values. Therefore, we are excited about the prospective mutual benefits this partnership is going to bring us both.”

The wallet will be sold to various population segments throughout its experimental phase. Holders of a Digitt+ wallet will be able to make a variety of payments using a robust Debit Card.

The leader in digital payments in Pakistan, Easypaisa is steadfastly pursuing the goal of a cashless and economically inclusive Pakistan.

Farhan Hassan, head of easypaisa, Wallet Business, also commented, “Currently Pakistan’s agriculture sector is the largest contributor to the nation’s GDP and exports. It also employs around 40% of the country’s workforce. By providing convenient access to financial opportunities to farmers in the rural areas, we can enable them to grow exponentially.”

He also added, “We are proud to join hands with Digitt for this cause, and through our 170,000 registered agents across Pakistan, we aim to make the payment cycle for farmers easy and secure,”.

The main incentive for each entity to work effectively together to advance the financial inclusion agenda is a straightforward financial solution.