Gozem and Etisalat Benin (Moov) announce the integration of Moov Money into the Gozem app Updated for 2021


Updated: March 2, 2021

Hundreds of thousands of Gozem users in Benin can now enjoy the simplicity and security of Moov Money.

The new integration of Moov Benin and Gozem means Gozem customers can now use Moov Money to safely top up their Gozem wallets and take Gozem trips without cash.

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The partnership comes at a time when the need for a cashless society is a growing trend and a global strategic imperative.

“In addition to existing payment options offered in our app, Gozem users can now also benefit from the security and convenience of paying with Moov Money. We are proud tocontinually improve our service offering and work alongside Moov Benin to offer our customers more choice and convenience,” said Pierrick Houée, Country Manager GozemBenin.

Moov Benin’s chief executive, Omar Nahli added: “We’re inevitably moving towards a digital-centric world, and we’re working to improve our customers’ well-being byanticipating their future needs and offering solutions to satisfy them. Through this partnership, we’re helping to bring our subscribers closer to a safe and reliable transportservice, and we congratulate Gozem for using new technologies to bring a real solution to Benin’s transport sector.“

Since its July 2019 launch in Cotonou, Benin, Gozem is now also available in Calavi, Porto-Novo, Parakou, Abomey and Bohicon. This collaboration between Gozem and the EtisalatGroup subsidiary will have a positive impact on the growth of digital payments in Benin and facilitate the adoption of cashless transactions across the country


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