Pakistan’s largest network JazzCash announce partnership with ‘WorldRemit’ for Money Transfer to Pakistan.
WorldRemit digital transfer service, they announced his partnership with Pakistan’s largest network JazzCash for international money transfer to Pakistan. 9 million Pakistani were living in abroad, they also need the type of service.
Jazz Financial services and Chief Digital, Aniqa Afzal Sandhu stated that,
Remittances play an important role in Pakistan’s economy – we shall be adding a significant degree of convenience and reliability to families who rely on financial support from abroad to run their households.according to the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), expatriate Pakistanis remitted almost $20 billion in 2015 -16. By onboarding WorldRemit.
WorldRemit observes that 9 million of Pakistan living in abroad and there still does not have any easy money transfer method to transfer their to Pakistan. WorldRemit decided to partnership with JazzCash for international money transfer to Pakistan with the easy method and in short time. This method will be safer and faster than others. They also switching the old expensive methods of transfer international money to Pakistan.
Here’s some detail about WorldRemit:
WorldRemit, his original offices located in United States, Canada, South Africa, Singapore, The Philipines, Japan, New Zealand, Australia. and the headquarter are in London, United Kingdom(UK). They trying to changing the method of money transfer. WorldRemit is the easy method to transfer, you just visit his website or use application. With the WorldRemit available in 50 countries in the world.
The Director of WorlRemit Bryce Currie commenting on his partnership with JazzCash,
By partnering with JazzCash, we are enabling instant international transfers from mobile to mobile with unprecedented speed, convenience and safety – now WorldRemit customers can send money with just a few taps on their smartphone to be received instantly into their beneficiary’s Mobile Money account
Bryce Currie also said that they launched its method of money transfer to Pakistan in 2015. But hey failed because of tripling transaction volume last year.