Lithuanian mobile operators start cashback offers to promote m-payment system

Tuesday 22 January 2019 | 18:24 CET | News
Lithuanian mobile payment system MoQ, run by the company Mobilieji Mokejimai, has introduced a cashback offer for users, reports Vz.lt. Customers of the mobile operator Bite Lithuania paying for their services over the system are offered EUR 2 credited to their mobile balance, and Tele2 Lithuania customers receive EUR 1 cashback. Telia Lithuania plans to introduce its cashback offer in February. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bite Lithuania / Tele2 Lithuania / Telia Lithuania
Countries: Lithuania
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