Cassava Fintech announces Sasai TeamTalk, a Zoom competitor in Africa

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Cassava Fintech International an African based fintech company has announced the release of ‘Sasai TeamTalk’, a voice and video conferencing service that takes up to 20 people on one call, ITNews Africa reports.  

Sasai TeamTalk will offer free voice and video conference service, with secure end-to-end encryption, that connects up to 20 people on a single call, compared to telcos and most other social media platforms that offer between five and eight people on a conference call.

As the pandemic ravages on, the world has seen a surge in employees, students, teachers and other professionals working from home which has spiked the demand for digital ‘telecommuting’ tools such as voice and video conferencing, online collaboration and chat systems.

Sasai was launched in August 2019 and is already being used in 180 countries across the globe, including every African country. The App already offers a unique in-app language translator service with over 80 languages, 50 of which are African languages.

The Sasai super App – which can take up to 250 people in a chat group – already brings families closer by allowing international remittances from the United Kingdom, European Union, and South Africa to over 30 countries across the world at the lowest fees available. It’s an all-in-one app from Cassava Fintech that allows users to chat, send money, and explore a vast range of services and content. 

Sasai Team Talk will allow multiple users to collaborate and chat virtually from anywhere in the world while staying informed and up to date with the latest news and information on Sasai’s Explore feature.

To access Sasai TeamTalk, one must download the Sasai super App on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, start a chat and simply click on the voice or video camera icon. Users of Sasai TeamTalk can, among other things, swap between the front and rear-facing camera, mute the call and of course, end the call when they are done by tapping the red phone button.

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