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Wing enlists DMI for m-payments in Cambodia

DMI has worked with Cambodian mobile banking services provider, Wing, to build and test its payments app. It also developed the user experience to incorporate loyalty functions.

Cambodia has a population of 15.5 million people but only 1.5 million are in possession of bank cards. The iPhone and Android app enables Wing customers, both individuals and businesses, to transfer, deposit and withdraw money from anywhere in Cambodia via any mobile phone, “at a low cost”.

Jojo Malolos, Wing CEO, says: “Wing continues to provide new and innovative solutions to the market. With the app, users can access our services on-the-go when they use their smartphones. What’s more, it is available in both English and Khmer, making it very easy to use for our customers.”

By Scott Thompson

 

 

 

 

 

 

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