LAGOS – Xente Tech, an e-payment, e-commerce, and financial services company has launched in Nigeria as the first African country outside Uganda.
The new family will enjoy a wide range of products including buying airtime across the major networks in Nigeria among which include; Zain Nigeria, MTN Nigeria, Glo mobile and Etisalat, Utility payments for electricity, Water, & TV services (GOtv, Kwese TV, StarTimes and DSTV). A customer is able to pay for the products using Mobile Money, Visa Card and MasterCard.
Xente’s driving force is to create a cashless Africa and embrace digital payments that are better than Cash.
Nigeria is the first country Xente has extended its services to outside Uganda.
“We are proud to have a second home, nothing makes us happy than to sit at Africa’s first growing economy. We are more than happy to provide every Nigerian citizen with a secure, convenient and stress-free online buying experience,” said Allan Rwakatungu –Xente’s CEO
Xente’s vision is to become Africa’s largest digital commerce and finance company through excellent service delivery of relevant products and services for businesses and consumers.
“After Nigeria, Xente shall continue scaling amongst other African countries from Kenya, South Africa, to Tanzania before the end of April. We handle our customers with care which is why we give them value for their money, our Cash Back promotions are fair and we are not planning on changing our position on that. Expect many promotions to come your way,” said Lyn Tukei -Xente’s Chief Marketing Officer.
As payments shift to become increasingly digital, Xente is primed to become the largest player in the African continent to drive a cashless economy.
Xente app Nigeria is currently available on Android