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Bank of the West’s New Mobile Feature Makes Checking Balances A Snap
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Nduz
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Nduz,
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4/19/2013 | 4:28:07 PM
re: Bank of the West’s New Mobile Feature Makes Checking Balances A Snap
Econet-Zimbabwe has got an innovative product called Ecocash, a user can check their account balance using a basic mobile phone. No need for a smartphone....as long as the phone can connect to ussd. A user can also move money from the Bank to their Mobile wallet and From their wallet to the Bank, pay bills etc...thus you can bank on the Go...
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4/5/2013 | 6:43:19 PM
re: Bank of the West’s New Mobile Feature Makes Checking Balances A Snap
Many of the European countries seem to be ahead of the curve on introducing new mobile features. Bank of the West is owned by BNP Paribas though and I expect that with the help BNP Paribas they'll be rolling out other mobile features that are common in other more innovative countries as well.
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4/5/2013 | 6:37:32 PM
re: Bank of the West’s New Mobile Feature Makes Checking Balances A Snap
in Poland already two banks has this feature. One is showing the amount which is on main account, other is showing only a bar with balance status in percentage (in settings you can set up the amount which for you is 100%).
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4/4/2013 | 10:23:46 PM
re: Bank of the West’s New Mobile Feature Makes Checking Balances A Snap
As studies have shown the majority of mobile bankers mostly use the channel for quickly checking balances, this seems like a good convenience for them, assuming security isn't compromised


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