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SIA's Jiffy money transfer service hits 300,000 users

Friday 18 March 2016 | 12:29 CET | News
European payment technology services provider SIA has announced that its SEPA-based "person-to-person" Jiffy app for transferring money via smartphones has reached over 300,000 active users in Italy, up from 250,000 in January. The average value of a single transaction is EUR 44, up from the EUR 42 announced in January, SIA said in a statement.

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