Pi Pay yesterday inked yet another partnership with a financial institution to expand the reach of its digital payment services in the Kingdom.
A cashless payment to be available for upcoming AFF Suzuki Cup home matches.
Norihiko Kato, CEO of Sathapana Bank, said the bank has partnered with Pi Pay to offer mobile money transfer capabilities to its customers, a move that will reduce transaction time and cost.
Pi Pay will work with the government to facilitate payment of services provided by the Ministry of Transportation by enabling access to cashless solutions for all citizens.
In less than six months Pi Pay revolutionised Cambodia’s cashless payment landscape and last week the company signed a with Alipay.
Pi Pay has partnered up with Alipay, to offer more convenience to Chinese travellers visiting the kingdom.
Pi Pay and ABA Bank sign a partnership agreement to link Pi Pay mobile wallets to ABA bank accounts.
Cambodia’s boxing community receives a timely boost with Pi Pay donating $5,000 towards the kingdom’s young boxers.
Pi Pay is a one-stop, all-in-one application that enables you to pay your bills without using cash at a huge variety of shops, outlets, and restaurants in Cambodia. Finger scan, QR code, in-app purchases: the possibilities are endless.