Mobile money has done more to extend the reach of financial services in the last decade than traditional “bricks and mortar” banking has in the last century.
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Mobile payments are quickly changing the way the world pays for products and services. We’ve been talking about this for years, but the train is now leaving the station. And you’d better be on it.
Manila—bux.com the world’s most advanced total mobile payment solution, joins hands with G-Xchange, Inc., operator of internationally-acclaimed GCash mobile wallet, to provide financial inclusion to the Philippines’ unbanked sector.
Mobile payments in Southeast Asia are on the rise. With fintech startups and banks competing for a piece of the pie in the digital wallet space, there have never been so many payment methods. Consumers now have more say as to how to pay with for their goods and services. More so, digital wallets are in pent-up demand because consumers today have the opportunity and convenience to carry out transactions anywhere with a few clicks on their mobile phone.
Ken Research announced its latest publication on “Philippines Domestic and International Money Transfer Industry Outlook to 2019” which provides a comprehensive analysis of international and domestic remittances in the Philippines. The report covers various aspects such as market size on the basis of total volume of domestic and international remittances and bills paid. The report is useful for industry consultants, remittance service providers (MTOs), banks, local agents and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.