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More Jamaican Mobile Money Products Coming

Victoria Mutual Building Society (VMBS) says it is now conducting a Jamaican mobile money pilot with technology provider Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) and its American partner Quisk. JMMB and Lasco Financial Services Limited (LFSL) are also in talks with AIS and Quisk to use their cloud platform to launch their offerings;

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GTT now offering Mobile Money service to Digicel customers More than two and half years after GTT launched its Mobile Money Guyana (MMG) service, the telephone company yesterday announced that Digicel customers can now join up. The initiative was effective yesterday. According to GTT, since the launch of Mobile Money in March 2013,

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Digicel Haiti Relaunches Mobile Money Service As Mon Cash Haiti – Telecom giant Digicel is relaunching their mobile money service “Tcho Tcho” under the new name “Mon Cash.” The new service, which was formed through a partnership with Scotiabank, allows Digicel customers to withdraw, transfer and deposit money from the from

Another Mobile Money Platform to hit Jamaica in 2012

MOBIbucks and Advanced Integrated System will introduce the a mobile money platform in Jamaica within the next year. The two companies say the platform will permit users to perform cashless transactions via their mobile phone numbers. The payment system is known as MOBIbucks and allows consumers with cell phones to

Mobile money provider sets up shop in New Kingston

A mobile money provider based in Dallas, Texas, has set up shop in Jamaica, staking claim in a remittance recipient market worth US$1.9-US$2 billion annually. Mozido Jamaica Limited will operate from office space leased from Lasco Financial Services in New Kingston. The company was incorporated in Jamaica on

Jamaicans May Bank on a Mobile Future

JAMAICA can choose a mobile phone-based financial services delivery system which targets those persons who currently do not have easy access to the established banking network. Carl Rosenquist, a Chartered Information Technology Professional with the British Computer Society, was one of several industry experts trumpeting the development