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Dutch firm adds Kenyan mobile money platforms to online payment options.

by Shiko Gathoni
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Suitsupply, a dutch fashion retailer has added Safaricom’s M-Pesa, Airtel money and yuCash on its online payment options a move that shows the acceptance of mobile phone-based money for international transactions.

The men’s fashion chain with more than 50 stores across the world including US, UK, China and Holland has made it possible for it’s customers to pay using mobile money in addition to credit cards and paypal options.

“We are tailoring our services to each country’s specific needs hence the introduction of M-Pesa, YuCash and Airtel Money for Kenya,” said Fokke de jong, the chief executive and founder of suitsupply.

This comes shortly after Vodafone Romania, a fully owned subsidiary of Vodafone Group plc launched the service marking M-Pesa’s entry into Europe.

Customers will make payments through a pay bill number and input the transaction code on the website when checking out. Delivery will be made within four days of making the purchase.

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