In the latest step toward Ukraine going cashless, Kyivstar plans to offer its Smart Money financial service this month
Monday, July 2, 2018

In the latest step toward Ukraine going cashless, Kyivstar plans to offer its Smart Money financial service this month

In the latest step toward Ukraine going cashless, Kyivstar plans to offer its Smart Money financial service this month, mobile operator plans to launch an application for own Smart Money financial service within one month, Taras Horkun, head of company’s mobile financial services department, tells journalists. Kyivstar President Peter Chernyshov says subscribers will be able to use their Kyivstar electronic wallet to pay 3,000 different services. Turning a cellphone into a financial tool, Smart Money will allow: transfer of funds from a card to another card; recharging a mobile account[ payments for Internet and utilities; recharging of bank cards; recharging of games and social networks; online shopping, pay fines, insurance, and railway tickets; and ordering and repaying loans.

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