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FNB says will not drop USSD banking

Tuesday 23 February 2016 | 12:41 CET | News
South Africa's First National Bank (FNB) says its launch of a new technology system does not mean it will drop mobile phone (USSD) banking, Sahil Mungar, head of Marketing for Digital Banking at FNB, told Fin24. The bank this month announced that its new banking API (application program interface) will drive its interface across multiple devices as South Africans increasingly adopt smartphones.

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