How Egyptian startup Raseedi is helping mobile users save money

How Egyptian startup Raseedi is helping mobile users save money

News Highlights: How Egyptian startup Raseedi is helping mobile users save money

Egyptian start-up Raseedi, a self-proclaimed ‘social fintech’ solution, claims to build the largest network of underbank clients who want to communicate, save money and find easy financing without a formal credit history.

Founded in 2018 by Ahmed Atalla and Samuel Samy, Raseedi has developed a mobile application that helps users make calls at the lowest cost per minute and offers them data-driven savings tips and financing products.

It targets dual SIM users and helps them optimize their telecom spend through the dialer app, which uses a smart algorithm to match user consumption with suitable packages on both lines, and automate calls from the cheapest SIM card.

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