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Pi Pay’s rise as Cambodia’s leading cashless payment solution continues throughout 2018

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“Pi Pay and Sathapana announcing their partnership at Aeon Mall in September.” Photo supplied

Pi Pay’s rise as Cambodia’s leading cashless payment solution continues throughout 2018

What a year 2018 has been for Pi Pay. More users, more merchants, more financial partners, and many more exciting ways that we are changing the cashless payments and digital landscape in Cambodia.

There are now more than 250,000 Pi Pay users, and between them they have racked up a transaction volume of $110 million.

It is now easier than ever to enjoy live music, entertainment and sporting events with Pi Pay, thanks to a new feature that allows tickets for the biggest events to be bought directly in the app. We were proud to offer tickets for both of the Cambodia National Team’s recent home games in the AFF Suzuki Cup, selling out the VIP section.

We were also the ticketing platform for the successful Original Sessions music concert series, and new entertainment options at both AEON Mall venues in Phnom Penh. Let’s not forget our friends at Legend Cinema, where more than 25,000 tickets were bought using Pi Pay in 2018.

Pi Pay was proud to sponsor one of the boats in this year’s Water Festival racing, and even offered an opportunity for CEO Tomas Pokorny to try his hand at boat racing.

There are now more ways than ever to connect to Pi Pay after signing partnerships with Sathapana, AMK and Amret financial institutions, making it easier, safer and more convenient to transfer money into a Pi Pay account, and also transfer funds to friends and family across the country.

There truly are Infinite Possibilities for Cambodia to grow and develop its cashless landscape. Thank you to everyone who downloaded and used Pi Pay in 2018, and helped to usher in the cashless revolution across Cambodia.

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