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easypaisa and Telenor Pakistan Forge Partnership to Advance Digital Financial Services

Karachi, easypaisa, Pakistan’s prominent digital financial services platform, has teamed up with Telenor Pakistan to enhance and innovate in the digital financial services sector. This collaboration aims to develop advanced solutions to broaden the acceptance and convenience of digital financial services across Pakistan.

According to Telenor Pakistan, the partnership is a strategic move to shape the future of digital payments in the country. It reflects a mutual commitment to using technology to empower individuals and communities. The signing ceremony was attended by the leadership team and management of Telenor Microfinance Bank (TMB)/easypaisa, including Chairman of the Board, Irfan Wahab Khan, and senior management from Telenor Pakistan.

Acting CEO of TMB and easypaisa, Kashif Ahmed, remarked on the significance of the collaboration with Telenor Pakistan. He emphasized that this alliance is a crucial step in transforming the digital financial services landscape in Pakistan, with a focus on a financially empowered future through technological advancements.

CEO of Telenor Pakistan, Khurrum Ashfaque, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership. He stated that this collaboration is pivotal in driving innovation and financial inclusion in Pakistan. The combined strengths of the two entities are expected to lead to groundbreaking solutions contributing to a digitally empowered and financially inclusive society.

The partnership is set to lay a foundation for ongoing creativity, product development, and shared growth. The collaboration aims to bring about significant changes in the digital financial services sector, benefiting both individuals and businesses.

easypaisa, with over 40 million registered accounts since its inception, stands as the leading digital financial services provider in Pakistan. The platform is one of the most frequently used apps in the country, reflecting its commitment to transforming Pakistan into a cashless and financially inclusive society through collaborative efforts and technology.