Orange Money services will be available at Total service stations in 13 African and Middle-Eastern countries.
As per a deal between Total and Orange Money, customers will benefit from the density of the Total distribution network. In addition, users can open an Orange Money account on site and perform withdrawals and deposits.
In the initial stage, Senegal and Cameroon has seen Orange Money reaching Total shops.
In the first stage of implementation, the mobile payment service will be available in over 1300 service stations in the 11 other countries where both groups are present in the second half of 2013.
In the third stage, Orange Money customers can pay for purchases made in Total service stations using their mobile account.
“This agreement will add a whole new dimension to the Orange Money distribution network,” said Marc Rennard, executive vice president for Orange’s Africa and Middle-East.