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Winners to take it all in e-wallet race

Winners to take it all in e-wallet race

An economic expert has said e-wallet firms are breaking out promotions to try and win large chunks of the high potential market in Vietnam.

E-wallet becomes growingly popular in Vietnam

E-wallet becomes growingly popular in Vietnam

VOV.VN- Thanks to their great convenience in transactions, e-wallets are growingly used in daily purchases all around Vietnam. This has led to a fierce competition among service providers, yet a wonderful chance for consumers to enjoy various benefits.

E-wallets fight for VN market share

E-wallets fight for VN market share

Twenty eight e-wallets have been licensed, but 80 percent of market share belongs to only five of them, according to the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).

MoMo leads in e-wallet market: poll

MoMo leads in e-wallet market: poll

MoMo was voted the most popular electronic wallet in Vietnam in 2019 in a poll conducted by Nhip Cau Dau Tu (Investment Bridge) magazine.

E-wallet users likely to update personal information

E-wallet users likely to update personal information

The central bank is seeking comments on a draft circular revising and supplementing some articles of Circular 39 on payment intermediaries, including asking e-wallet users to provide additional personal information.

Telecoms firms ready for mobile money service

Telecoms firms ready for mobile money service

Telecommunications firms are ready to pilot a mobile money service thanks to their modern technology infrastructure, customers, wide transaction point networks and financial resources.

Banks to hike service fees this month

Banks to hike service fees this month

After two months postponing the increase in service fees for ATM cash withdrawals as required by the central bank, some commercial banks have now resumed the plan, announcing that a new service fee framework will apply from the middle of this month.