Posted on January 4, 2010
Filed Under >Babar Bhatti, Economy & Development, Science and Technology
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15 responses to “Mobile Financial Services in Pakistan”

  1. Abdul Rehman says:

    Thank you for sharing on services

  2. Babar Bhatti says:

    @Adnan – easypaisa is different from paypal in many ways. But it does allow a new way of sending money to others so it shares that feature with paypal.

    @Saleem – I think the coverage will improve as more players jump in. This is just the beginning.

    @Matt – completely agree with you about the education and the need for the regulator to watch this carefully.

  3. When EasyPaisa was launched, it was impossible that one can watch TV for half-an-hour and escape its commercial.

    On the ground, however, network of associated partners seems rather thin. I have mostly come across mobile phones and accessories shops to be associated outlets, which is not the place where a common man does his grocery as shown in adverts.

  4. Adnan Siddiqi says:

    Babar bhai, is this service something similar to Paypal which is popular for micro payments?

  5. Adnan Siddiqi says:

    AS: NIFT has been doing it for long time.