ANZ today announced Australia’s first mobile-to-mobile payment app, ANZ goMoney, now has one million customers, averaging 20 million logins and transferring around USD2.5bn per month.
ANZ Managing Director Products and Marketing, Matt Boss said: “ANZ goMoney is a clear example of how we are building our digital banking capability to respond to customer demand for greater mobility and flexibility.”
“As part of our Banking on Australia program we’ve continued to enhance the functionality of the app, including the introduction of an Android version last year, enabling one registration on up to five devices and integrating personal and business accounts into one iPhone app,” Mr Boss said.
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