Zeebu Inks Strategic Partnership with Hayo, Axistel and Qatama

UTC by Benjamin Godfrey · 3 min read
Zeebu Inks Strategic Partnership with Hayo, Axistel and Qatama
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Zeebu owns a revolutionary blockchain solution that tackles some of the unique problems faced in the telecom sector.

Zeebu, a revolutionary platform designed to harness the power of blockchain technology to address the challenges faced by the industry has inked strategic partnerships with three telecommunication companies; Hayo Telecom Inc., Axistel FZE and Qatama Ltd. According to a press release shared with Coinspeaker, this latest partnership brings the total number of Zeebu’s major telecom partners to seven.

The latest addition will play a crucial role in boosting the company’s mission of becoming a game changer in the telecommunications sector.

The New Zeebu Tripartite Partnership

Hayo Telecom is one of the growing firms in the Senegalese mobile operator industry with a broad range of services including Mobile, Fixed, WiFi, and Wimax. The company holds international clearing house licenses from Ghana and Nigeria. Hayo is known for generating traffic both locally and internationally as a key player in the telecom ecosystem.

“We’re thrilled to become a member of Zeebu’s telecom loyalty platform and utilize an infrastructure that will enable instantaneous transaction settlements across the globe,” said Feraz Ahmed, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hayo Telecom, adding that “Based on the concepts of trust and transparency, Zeebu’s platform will provide game-changing benefits for telecom carriers.”

The second partner Axistel FZE is another key player in the global telecom sector known for services like Voice and SMS OTP HQ and CC services.

Most of its services are designed to cater to the ever-evolving needs of fixed and mobile carriers and corporate customers. Axistel FZE CEO Hiren Kakad believes that the adoption of the Zeebu blockchain network will play an important role in accelerating innovation in the telecom industry. He also highlighted the possibility of this integration to deliver real value to every participant.

Massih Qhoraish, Director of Qatama said:

“Zeebu’s blockchain-based loyalty solution is just what the telecommunications carrier industry needs. It offers unmatched security, with its rewards-based transaction infrastructure providing a strong incentive that will maximize operational efficiency for the entire industry.”

Zeebu to Tackle Core Problems in the Telecom Sector

Zeebu owns a revolutionary blockchain solution that tackles some of the unique problems faced in the telecom sector. Some of these issues are security threats, rising and complex costs between intermediaries, and remittance delays of up to 20 days.

Telecom operators can now be more confident to perform instant global transactions without fear of delay or high costs. With Zeebu’s platform, they are assured of enterprise-grade security against cyberattacks and fraud.

The Zeebu platform creates a transaction ecosystem that is trustless, transparent, and highly efficient for telecom carriers and their partners by utilizing smart contracts. Also, the Zeebu Loyalty Token (ZLU) promotes fast and seamless cross-border transactions and eliminates traditional banking routes and intermediaries.

Generally, the telecom industry is fast integrating blockchain into its ecosystem. Two months ago, Conflux Network and China Telecom introduced a jointly developed Blockchain SIM (BSIM) card at the Xuhui District West Bank Artificial Intelligence Center in Shanghai.

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