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e-wallet

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1. (Communications & Information) computer software in which digital cash may be stored for use in paying for transactions on the internet
2. (Commerce) computer software in which digital cash may be stored for use in paying for transactions on the internet
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The company also offers a number of in-app services that cater to mobile users, such as an eWallet, social engagement and digital entertainment related applications.
Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings' (HTHKH) mobile arm 3 Hong Kong is the first telecom operator in the city that has supported bill and other payments from the new AlipayHK eWallet.
Afghanistan is the first country in Asia to adopt this eWallet System.
To enable convenient payment options that are relevant and accessible to iflix customers, the company will tap Ascendon's Digital Services capabilities to create a centralized eWallet that consolidates all payment options, including credit card, PayPal, Google in-app purchasing, gift cards, vouchers and payments made through direct operator billing, which allows customers to pay for digital services by charging the transaction to their monthly mobile phone bill.
Global Banking News-November 4, 2016--South Africa's First National Bank expecting more business through its eWallet
HONG KONG, Sept 27, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - TNG Wallet ("TNG"), Hong Kong's leading eWallet, held its TNG 3.
Firms can use both eWallet or credit/debit cards to pay for their transactions but we feel the eWallet is safer as it minimises chances of financial irregularity or any kind of fraud.
The joint venture will offer payment acceptance services for both businesses and consumers, including payment gateway and point of sale solutions for merchants as well as 1-click payment and eWallet provision for online customers.
Also, this month the RTA will launch the eWallet service offering companies and entities a safe means of payment and an easy-to-use tool for processing transactions related to the Licensing Agency such as the renewal of vehicle registration and payment of traffic fines.
By launching the eWallet, there will be no need for companies to dispatch representatives to RTA customer service centers to processes routine transactions since all services they need have become available online round-the-clock.
For example, as eWallet technology be-comes more widely used, it will become yet an-other platform that hackers will attempt to exploit.
FNB's new eWallet service which assists all unbanked citizens to have access to banking facilities even without a bank account or bank card promises to change the face of banking in Namibia forever.