Monitise, a global mobile money solutions provider, has partnered with Joint Electronic Teller Services (Jetco), a payments business and network of ATMs in Hong Kong and Macau, to launch mobile commerce services. Monitise Asia-Pacific and Jetco will launch a mobile prepaid top-up service in Hong Kong for mobile operators, providing prepaid customers with a more convenient way of paying securely via their mobile devices.
Dickson So, chairperson for Jetco, said: “Mobile phones are fast becoming the smart wallet in every consumers’ pockets. Through this partnership, Jetco is bringing an exciting, secure and convenient mobile commerce service to the people of Hong Kong. With Monitise, we are uniquely positioned to roll out this innovative new service into the market and help make it much easier for banks to help their customers be in control of their finances when their money is on the move.”
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