Local financial technology service provider Dmoney today announced its commercial operation aiming to create a solid position of the digital financial service in the country.
Dmoney, latest digital payment app, was launched in a press conference at the Westin Hotel in Dhaka.Dmoney promises to cater not only to the digital payment requirements of the users but also seamlessly integrates users with latest lifestyle and financial services, the company said.
Users can easily open an account from their smartphones and connect Dmoney app with their bank accounts. Consumer can also bring money to Dmoney account from any debit card or credit card. Apart from sending and receiving money- Dmoney has a range of lifestyle services available within app, such as mobile top-up, bill payment, ticketing, foods, insurance, health and many more on-demand and basic day to day services of any person’s daily necessity.
The app is available for download in both app store and Google play store.Users will also get different touch points to pay bills through QR code and online gateway. Currently, they are accepting about 2,500 offline and online stores.
Moreover, customers of multiple leading banks of Bangladesh- including One Bank, Trust Bank and Al Arafah Islami Bank will be a part of Dmoney’s QR alliance.
In the program Dmoney has share their plan to grow its QR payment touch points to 100,000 by year 2020.The company has obtained Payment Service Provider (PSP) license from Bangladesh Bank earlier in January this year.
On this occasion Chairman of Dmoney Anjan Chowdhury said rapid economic growth and digitization of the country is happening and that development inspires them to do more for the people of the country, especially the underserved.
Recently Dmoney Bangladesh Ltd has been named in the “10 Most Convenient Wallets to Watch in 2019” by APAC Business Headlines, a Hong Kong-based publishing house and become the only wallet from South Asia to make it to the top 10 position.
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