Calpian, Inc. announced that, as of June 30, 2013, the Money-on-Mobile service offered by its Indian subsidiary is now being supported by 143,057 retail locations, increased from 138,711 on May 31, 2013. Additionally, Money-on-Mobile was accessed by approximately 57.8 million unique phone number customers as of June 30, 2013, up from the 53 million reported from the previous month.
According to Calpian CEO, Harold Montgomery, “With the recent launch of an Android solution, Money-on-Mobile is poised to extend its growth into entirely new Indian consumer markets. We could not be more pleased with its performance.”
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