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MobilityOne signs deal in Cambodia

MobilityOne signs deal in Cambodia

MobilityOne signs deal in Cambodia

Digital payment services provider MobilityOne Ltd has secured its first

contract in Cambodia through a deal with Telekom Malaysia

International, as well as two other deals in Asia as it continues its

expansion in the region, Thomson Financial reported April 14. The

company announced it was also expanding into Indonesia through a deal

with Finnet and has been appointed as a third-party acquirer for a

payment scheme run by Malaysian Electronic Payment System. Financial

terms of the deals were not disclosed.

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