MoneyGram, a money transfer and payment services provider, has released a new mobile application that will allow users to use its bill paying service on their smartphones.
The app has been redesigned and users will now be able to pay their utility bills, car note or even healthcare bills.
There is also an option that allows you to check the bill history.
“MoneyGram is pleased to build upon the investments we are making to our digital business and we are committed to bringing to the market new and enhanced experiences that our customers need, whenever and wherever they need them,” said Andrew Typrin, MoneyGram’s vice president of global product.
As well as a mobile app, the company has also released a new website, MoneyGram.com, which allows people to digitally send and receive money.
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