Nokia Mobile Money Coming to Pakistan Through MCB

MCB-logo-8790284FA2-seeklogoMuslim Commercial Bank in collaboration with Nokia is soon going to launch Mobile banking services in Pakistan, reported Telecom Recorder.

The Mobile Money Service, Nokia’s flagship product for mobile banking in developing countries, will be available to all MCB customers with Nokia phones.

The MCB Bank Mobile Money Service powered by Nokia will allow mobile phone users to transfer money to another person by using the person’s mobile phone number and also top-up prepaid connections, pay bills and enjoy cashless shopping.

Nokia would enable MCB-mobile money customers to not only have compelling user experiences on Nokia handsets right out of the box through a pre-loaded money client, but also by making available downloadable ‘Money’ clients for MCB branchless banking customers.

This outcome is result of an agreement signed between Nokia and Muslim Commercial Bank in July 2011.

Nokia is already offering mobile money services in the Indian market through Union Bank of India and YES BANK.

  • MCB is the worst back in Pakistan, I cant think of a single month since I opened an account with them that I did not have problem. ATM most of the times are out, even had problem with their credit card, online banking also have issues most of the time. I dont understand why Nokia would want to go with MCB??

  • i agreed with you MCB is the worst bank of pakistan.All the time there is problem in thire ATM machine And online system is

  • MCB
    What can i say
    Bad Experience with them.
    I have my own hosting company
    So i opened a bank account with them for online payments, bank to bank money transfer and to pay my dues to international server providers.
    Verification Calls from Bank on Each Transaction
    ATM Down
    Card does not work but it charged
    and Blah Blah Blah

    MCB Stay Away Guys

  • Why MCB ? Could it be that they have the oldest and apparently the best eBanking infrastructure ? Not sure if its true, but I thought that at least some time back other banks were using MCBs IT infrastructure…

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