Ding partners with Expresso Senegal making it easier for Senegalese abroad to stay connected with home.
By downloading the Ding app or visiting www.ding.com, people anywhere can now recharge a mobile phone in Senegal with the credit delivered in just 3 seconds.
Dublin, Ireland, 30th April 2015 – Ding, the world’s largest international recharge provider today announces a partnership with Expresso Senegal, one of the country’s leading mobile operators. The new service offers the Senegalese diaspora a convenient and safe way to recharge the mobile phones of loved ones back home making it easier for them to communicate. A recharged mobile phone also allows the receiver get online giving them access to a wealth of other ways to stay in touch such as Whatsapp, Facebook and Skype.
From today, the estimated 500,000 Senegalese currently living abroad can log on to www.ding.com or download the Ding app and securely transfer credit directly to the 3 million mobile phones on the Expresso network. With their unrivalled technology Ding will deliver the recharge directly to the phone in just 3 seconds.
Directly connected to 350 mobile operators in 130 countries with a global reach of 4 billion phones Ding CEO Mark Roden says “We are delighted to welcome Expresso Senegal to our network and are confident this partnership will help Senegalese everywhere feel closer to their families and friends.” says Roden.
“Ding has a solid track record in the instant, safe delivery of top-up to mobile phones around the world and we are excited to introduce this service to our network” said Asif Aziz, Group Marketing Director for Expresso Senegal. “We look forward to working with Ding to make it easier for our customers to keep their phones topped-up.”