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Indonesia's mobile money platform ready for business

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012 - 08:53

Monitise Asia Pacific announced that its Indonesian joint venture with PT Astra Graphia Tbk is opening its doors for business.

Monitise Asia Pacific announced that its Indonesian joint venture with PT Astra Graphia Tbk is opening its doors for business. The JV, called PT AGIT Monitise Indonesia, recently completed its Jakarta-based data center to support mobile commerce, banking and payments services.

Monitise said the new platform from the JV will give banks, carriers, retailers and service providers "a fully-interoperable and secure network so they can deliver mobile services to both banked and unbanked customers."

"Our platform enables consumers who have a bank account to stay in touch with their finances via their mobile smart phone, make payments and send money to friends and family," said Monitise Group's Chief Executive Alastair Lukies in a statement.

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Tags: Mobile Money Transfer, Mobile Payments, APAC, P2P, Monitise, Indonesia, PT Astra Graphia Tbk

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