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  • Nigerian banks driving mobile payments
  • Nigerian banks driving mobile payments
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Nigerian banks driving mobile payments

With 140 million active mobile phone subscriptions, Nigeria has emerged as an attractive market for mobile. In a bid to drive electronic payment strategies, five Nigerian banks have launched new service PayAttitude. But with adoption of mobile payments slowing, what do they stand to gain?

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