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Mobile & Wireless

PKO Bank, McDonald's start IKO m-payment promo

Thursday 3 October 2013 | 08:13 CET | News

PKO Bank Polski and fast food restaurant chain McDonald's have launched a promotion for customers using the IKO m-payment app powered by the Polish bank. Customers who pay direcly from their mobile phones can buy the McZestaw and Big Mac at discounted prices. The offer is valid at 300 McDonald’s across Poland.

PKO Bank Polski’s m-payments service IKO has been available in Poland for about six months. During this period, 50,000 customers have activated the IKO app on their mobile phones. Customers can use their mobile phones to pay at almost 60,000 POS terminals in retail outlets throughout the country, withdraw cash from 3,000 PKO Bank Polski ATMs without using cards, and make payments in online stores.

The IKO application is available for download at Apple's AppStore and Google Play. For BlackBerry phones, Nokia's Symbian, as well as devices that enable Java applications, the IKO app can be downloaded from PKO IKO web site.


Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Poland
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