Mail.ru accepts foreign currencies on social networks

Tuesday 19 July 2016 | 17:50 CET | News
Russian internet company Mail.ru Group has introduced the possibility to pay using foreign currencies on its VKontakte and My World social networks. The option is based on a platform from Gazprombank. The service enables users to pay in the main currency of a bank card without paying for currency conversion. Expenses related to the convertion are covered by Mail.ru Group. The company plans to introduce the option on its gaming services soon.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Mail.ru / Vkontakte
Countries: Russian Federation
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