Scotiabank has partnered with M-Com, an international mobile banking and payments solution provider, to bring mobile banking to Scotiabank customers in the spring of 2010.
The mobile banking service will provide personal and small business customers with easy access to their Scotiabank accounts from their mobile device, regardless of their mobile service provider. Customers will be able to view balances and transaction history, pay bills and make transfers.
Mike Henry, senior vice president, sales and service, Scotiabank, said: “Canadians rely on the convenience of mobile devices to help them manage their busy lifestyles, and having the ability to do their banking from their mobile devices will simplify their lives that much more. The launch of mobile banking for Scotiabank customers next spring further demonstrates our commitment to offering innovative, convenient and secure banking solutions for our customers.”
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