SOL Wallet will accept cash deposits and withdrawals at Pick’n’pay and Shoprite

Andrey Kladov
Dec 17, 2018 · 1 min read

Today we are excited to announce our strategic partnership with wiGroup, a platform provider specializing in point-of-sale integrated mobile transacting. They provide mobile payment technology to over 80 000 retail lanes in South Africa and have processed over R8 billion in transaction value.

The partnership will allow SOL wallet users to deposit and withdraw cash via the retail tills connected to wiGroup’s payments gateway — like Pick’n’Pay, Shoprite and many others. SOL users will also be able to pay for their supermarket purchases directly from SOL wallet app.

“This will drive adoption and increase users of SOL application, as well as give them a convenient countrywide deposit and withdrawal network”, said Boris Frischter, CEO of SOL wallet.

SOL users will be able to choose “Cash at supermarket” deposit and withdrawal methods once the integration is completed, now planned for February 2019.


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