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Banco Davivienda launches m-wallet service in Colombia

Thursday 24 February 2011 | 11:10 CET | News
Colombian financial services provider Banco Davivienda has launched a mobile wallet service, dubbed DaviPlata. Overall investments in the project are expected to reach COP 50 billion (approximately USD 26 million). The m-banking service enables users to make micro payments, pay for purchases, top up their mobile phone account, pay utility bills and make money transfers, directly from their mobile phone. The service will initially be available for Comcel customers, to be later expanded to Tigo and Movistar subscribers. Banco Davivienda targets one million DaviPlata users in the first year and

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Comcel / Movistar / Tigo
Countries: Colombia
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