Cellulant are a technology business in the mobile and digital services’ sector in Africa. They operate a payments ecosystem connecting financial sector customers, Mobile Network Operators and businesses to their increasingly mobile consumers.
They deliver the most connected one-stop mobile payments and digital commerce service for businesses, mobile network operators, financial institutions and their consumers.
Their digital commerce solutions have had a transformational impact for the partners and our services have had a quantifiable impact on their bottom line in an increasingly connected Africa.
The journey started with the unlikely meeting of Ken Njoroge and Bolaji Akinboro whose subsequent dinner meeting resulted in doodles of Cellulant’s original business model on a table napkin.
A decade later, the journey of building a successful mobile commerce company in Africa by Africans for Africans continues. Cellulant is now in 8 countries and is serving 25 banks across the continent and has touched the lives of over 10 million customers.
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Business Name: Cellulant
Business Category: Computer Aided Design
Physical Address: Cavendish Block, 5th Floor,14 Riverside, Off Riverside Drive, Nairobi.
Address: P. O. Box 44134-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
City/Town: Nairobi Town, Kenya
County: Nairobi County
Tel: +254 20 2606696
Mobile Number: +254-720996365
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cellulant Kenya News
KQ partners with Cellulant and Pesalink to offer online payment solutions
Updated On: 8th December 2017
Kenya Airways has partnered with Pesalink, a switch that has more than 30 banks, to provide mobile and bank payment options to its customers. The payments will be powered by the firm Cellulant. Kenya Airways Chief Commercial Officer Vincent Coste noted that the airline was keen to offer innovative solutions. The group head of new product execution at Cellulant, Mr Bryan Kariuki, said, “Customers in Kenya can now book their tickets online using over 30 mobile money wallets and banks.”