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Move to help banks capitalise on mobile growth

MobileAge Technology is to facilitate banks&#39 in delivering full financial services to mobile users without changing their existing set-ups.


The service is directed at banks which want to capture the high growth mobile phone market without investing time and resources in building their own system.


The operations are based on parent company BROKAT&#39s Twister facility, used by more than 2000 companies world-wide, including Smile and first-e banks.


MobileAge Technology chief executive Roy Smith says : “MobileAge will insulate banks from the intricacies of the technology, now and in the future.”

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