SurePay is now accepting mobile payments through Bitt’s mMoney app
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It is said most people spend a fortnight of their working lives queuing and paying bills, this is set to be dramatically reduced when a revised app creates more leisure time for the average Bajan…
Speaking after the signing, Mr Yearwood said both outfits came to a mutual comprehension of rather than competing with each other for the same device to pool their resources and provide a single solution for consumers. Some readers may recall how the Barbadian supermarket chain Super Centre, before it became part of the Massy Group of companies, had one of the earliest forms of eCommerce selling products via the web. The biggest seller was Sweet & Dandy mauby syrup.
With mMoney now situated as both a cellphone top up and a payer of bills, Barbadians have alternatives to banking apps, especially in view of the drastic reduction of interest rates at certain banks, which has drawn even the ire of the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley.