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Mobile & Wireless

NLB Tutunska Bank introduces m-banking in Macedonia

Friday 15 March 2013 | 11:44 CET | News
Tutunska Bank has introduced NLB mKlik, the first mobile banking service in Macedonia. It enables customers to perform a variety of payments from any place and at any time, directly through their handsets. A software application is installed on the mobile phone, providing a fast, simple and reliable way for customers to verify all their accounts and make various payments directly from their mobile phone. All bank customers who apply by 31 March can use the application free for the first year.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of
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