Visa Prepaid Accounts Now On Mobile Phones

Visa Prepaid Accounts Now On Mobile PhonesVisa today announced a new product which will serve the needs of unbanked and under banked consumers.

Visa seems to be targeting developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America for its new mobile based prepaid product.

The new product a Visa prepaid account that can be accessed through a mobile phone, offers consumers in developing countries a secure, reliable, globally interoperable electronic payment account.

Visa’s new product enhance the security and extend the payment functionality by enabling account holders to send funds to each other, send and receive international remittances, make purchases at merchants or online where Visa is accepted or withdraw funds at a Visa ATM.

How it works :

Visa’s will offer consumers a new payment account that enhances the payment functionality of their existing mobile money service.In markets with Visa acceptance locations, consumers may also have the option to receive a Visa prepaid companion card that can be used at ATMs and merchants where Visa is accepted.

Reported By

Leave a Reply

20 Comments on "Visa Prepaid Accounts Now On Mobile Phones"

 

Sort by:   newest | oldest
rahulraj
November 20, 2011 10:53 pm 10:53 PM

Kaushik :

TREMERIN DSOUZA :
@dskushwaha
@saurabh srivastava
@ashokumar
@Sudhakar
not only Hindi every Indian language can be spoken here and pls don’t make this place an linguistic battle ground.

+1

+1

Silsila
November 20, 2011 3:43 pm 3:43 PM
dskushwaha : SilSila : hari : @Sudhakar plz use hindi. Hindi is our national language You mean we should learn Hindi, only to post comments in this Site??? You knows both Hindi & English, then why cant you post in English, so that we too can read and understand what you mean. Cant you please cooperate.? You can learn Hindi to use it at many places not only in this place. I know Tamil Telgu, Bangla, Kannada, Gujrati, Punjabi, Dogri, Assamese and I use them at many places. Hey guys, now go and fight with telcomtalk team… From today only… Read more »
November 20, 2011 8:46 am 8:46 AM

TREMERIN DSOUZA :
@dskushwaha
@saurabh srivastava
@ashokumar
@Sudhakar
not only Hindi every Indian language can be spoken here and pls don’t make this place an linguistic battle ground.

+1

wpDiscuz