txtNation Launches Mobile Operator Billing using Premium SMS in Kenya
Kenya is one of the fastest growing markets in mobile content and mobile commerce activity, with a 97% growth in 2013. With a population of over 40m and a mobile penetration of 78%, this is a strong country to enter. Recent statistics also show that 77% of internet enabled mobile phone users buy products online.
txtNation can now offer mobile operator billing using Premium SMS across the networks Airtel and Safaricom with customer price points / tariffs available across 30.00 To 50.00 KES. The new shortcode for Kenya has been added to txtNation platform and is live now, complementing the company’s existing African footprint.
txtNation’s Area Manager for Africa, Sampson Enwere said “Africa’s mobile market is the fastest growing in the world and we are delighted to add Kenya to our already strong mobile billing solutions.”
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txtNation is an outstanding multi award-winning, tier-one aggregator across mobile billing and messaging. Focussing on sophisticated, ease-of-use solutions designed and supported by knowledgeable technical and customer support teams, txtNation has consistently proved itself one of the most efficient qmtgg and cost-effective mobile billing and messaging providers in the business. txtNation's global reach means that it can facilitate mobile messaging services and products via an international SMS Gateway across North America, Europe, Australia and Africa. txtNation has developed strong partnerships with many major industry leaders to ensure our solutions are compatible, well-connected and secure. txtNation has over 7000 clients large and small on every continent who are already experiencing the outstanding advantages which txtNation has to offer. txtNation's products and services increase customer acquisition, improve loyalty and build trusted brands and awareness through direct, personal, easy, and immediate communications.