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Mobile money: WING signs up Beeline to service

Mobile money: WING signs up Beeline to service

WING mobile money payments service signed up Beeline as its seventh partner in Cambodia yesterday.

ANZ Bank-owned WING allows mobile users to perform financial transactions in either dollars or riel using their mobile phones, such as sending and receiving money, paying electricity bills, and making phone credit top-ups.

The money transfer service has now signed up all of Cambodia’s active GSM operators, with the lone exception of Mobitel, which has started its own Cellcard Cash money transfer service.

WING Business Development Manager Nicolas Corlin said the partnership would extend the service’s reach in Cambodia.

The firm claims to have 700 Cash Express outlets located throughout Cambodia’s 24 provinces.

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