Prepaid enabling financial inclusion in Islamic countries
In 2000, Estonia became the first country in the world to pass legislation that recognised internet access as a basic human right. More than a decade later in May 2011, the UN’s Human Rights Council published a report that declared access to the internet, a basic human right.
By then, the internet had evolved to play a key role in “justice, equality, accountability and better respect for human rights,” noted the UN report. “As such, facilitating access to the internet for all individuals, with as little restriction to online content as possible, should be a priority for all States.”
In September 2018, Ding’s users sent their 300 millionth top-up
Ding has been making connections possible since its launch in 2006
76% of the world’s phones (or 5 billion and growing) are of the prepaid variety
Ding has a network of over 500+ operators, across 140+ countries
Our platform is available in 600,000 retail locations around the world
We have 200+ employees, coming from 28 countries around the world
Today we have nine offices – Dublin, Barcelona, Bucharest, Dhaka, Dubai, New Jersey, Miami, Paris and London
Ding delivers a top-up every second, in 3 seconds – connecting loved ones around the world
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