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Smart Mobile in ACLEDA top-up deal

Smart Mobile in ACLEDA top-up deal

CAMBODIAN mobile service provider Smart Mobile announced Monday it will cooperate with ACLEDA Bank to offer credit top-ups at ATMs.

The provider, which has already signed a deal with ANZ Bank’s WING to offer electronic top-ups, said in a press release the system would be based on a pin-code access service to add to the scratch card credit system offered by Smart Mobile.

The deal with ACLEDA was signed in February , said Smart Mobile’s Chief Marketing Officer Kiril Mankovsky.

“In the near future top-up through ATM will be available at other banks as well,” Monday’s statement said without elaborating.

Mankovsky said Monday that Smart Mobile was in the “the final stage of negotiations” with other banks in the Kingdom, but that it was not ready to make any formal announcements until the deals are signed.

He declined to name the banks but said further announcements would likely be made within the next two months.

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