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Payment System QIWI Starts Working in Latvia
6.09.2011 08:11
Payment System QIWI Starts Working in Latvia

Payment system QIWI came in the Latvian market from September 2011. Riga residents will be the first to try Qiwi terminals. 125 Qiwi terminals will be installed there by the end of the month. Payments can be made in both currencies, Euro and Lats.
      
“Latvian market of the instant payments is in the stage when appearance of new participants tells good on the whole development dynamics and add much to the popularization of the service among the people. Especially when an international brand comes into the market,” says Stanislav Tschaykovsky, Director of Qiwi Baltic.   

      
From the first days one can pay Russian and local providers services through the Qiwi terminals. The list of providers will be increasing constantly. Traditionally Qiwi turns on mobile operators, Internet and IP –telephony operators, housing and public utilities, banks and insurance companies the first to provide its users with necessary services.

      
Qiwi is a payment service which has 110 000 terminals in the territory of Russia. Qiwi also works in 15 more countries including Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Rumania, China, Malaysia and Kirgizia.  

       

      

www.qiwi.ru   www.banki.ru


      

      

 


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Latvia    

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