International Finance

Huawei and TPay Mobile to help developers in MENA to monetise their app

The first phase of the agreement will offer DCB services in 10 countries

China-based technology giant Huawei is collaborating with TPay Mobile to help developers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to monetise their applications on Huawei Mobile Services, the media reported.

The first phase of the agreement between Huawei and TPay Mobile will see the services being offered in 10 countries in the MENA region.

The partnership will allow local and global developers to monetise their apps and services through HMS’ In-App-Purchases (IAP) kit across the region.

With regard to the partnership with Huawei, Sahar Salama, the Founder and CEO of TPay Mobile told the media, “We are very excited to launch this strategic partnership with Huawei which will equip local and global developers with the tools they need to better monetise their services through In-App-Purchases capabilities. This agreement further extends the value of TPay Mobile for top global merchants who are aspiring to scale their businesses across our region.”

“Developers and online merchants have now an unparalleled access and local know-how, coupled with a trusted, agile, resilient, and scalable payments platform that they can use to scale up their businesses. During the first phase, we aspire to roll out payments in around 10 countries.”

Last month, Huawei announced the launch of its digital OptiX network solutions including Single OptiX, Campus OptiX, and DC OptiX solutions at the Huawei Middle East Digital OptiX Club 2020.

David Shi, President of Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Middle East, said, “Leveraging Huawei’s R&D capabilities in the ICT industry, we are always committed to providing cutting-edge technology and services in the region. Huawei is confident that our Single OptiX, Campus OptiX and DC OptiX solutions will help enterprises in the Middle East sharpen their digital competitive edge through an intelligent optical network foundation.”

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