Orange Poland, Pay Ukraine cooperate on money transfers

Tuesday 13 August 2019 | 16:14 CET | News

Mobile operator Orange Poland is cooperating with the Ukrainian company PayUkraine, reports Puls Biznesu. PayUkraine is a fintech company registered in Poland by shareholders from Belarus. With Orange it will offer money transfers to Ukraine. 

In 2018, 43 percent of subscribers of Polish mobile operators using the Ukrainian language on their handsets used the Play network; 36 percent were connected to the T-Mobile Poland network, 12 percent were at Orange Poland and Plus had 9 percent, according to a study from the company Selectivv DMP. Data of 600,000 users was evaluated.    

PayUkraine currently has around 10,000 registered users, and the company targets 100,000 within 12 months.

Orange Poland and PayUkraine are carrying out a joint promotional campaign of the service. A banner with the offer from PayUkraine is available on the application My Orange, and sales of special SIMs from the mobile operator containing a logo of PayUkraine are planned to start soon.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Poland
Countries: Poland
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