TrueMoney launches app

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Kong Mean, managing director of TrueMoney Cambodia, at the launch of the app. KT/Sok Chan

TrueMoney, a leading mobile money-transfer-and payment company in Cambodia, on Saturday officially launched the TrueMoney application for mobile phones.

From today all Cambodian people are able to download the TrueMoney App via Android and IOS for their mobile phones in order to use it for money transfer, phone top-ups, bill payment, and shopping “anytime and anywhere”, said Kong Mean, managing director of TrueMoney Cambodia.

“Now, all customers, who have the TrueMoney app, are able to use it in outlets such as HardRock Café, Gloria Jean’s Coffee, Botaya Village, SaSa Boutique and more,” Mr Mean said. “TrueMoney has also cooperated with Major Platinum Cineplex (Cambodia) in all locations, and soon customers can use the app to book seats at the movies and buy the cinema tickets via the app,” he said.

He said that customers who use the TrueMoney app can also deposit money in their accounts at all 5,500 TrueMoney agents across the country to meet their anticipated expenses – like phone top-ups, bill payments and money transfer.

According to TrueMoney, on the occasion of launching the TrueMoney app and to celebrate the company’s second anniversary in Cambodia, the mobile money-transfer-and-payment company is offering a 50 percent reduction for all mobile phone top-ups made with the app from April 1 to April 3.

Also from April, customers transferring money through TrueMoney will only be charged 1,500 riels per transaction for any amount less than $25.

Besides its head office in Thailand, TrueMoney has branches in Cambodia, Myanmar, Indonesia, The Philippines, and Vietnam. Currently, TrueMoney has more nearly 6,000 agents across Cambodia.

“In two years of operation in Cambodia, TrueMoney has made tremendous changes to lower the service charge for money transfers in the Kingdom. This has contributed to reducing the cost for customers, each time they want to transfer money,” Mr Mean said.

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