MB's Laos branch officially launched a fresh banking application for individual customers in the capital city of Vientiane on April 21.
The launch ceremony was attended by high-profile officials, including Lieutenant-General Vongkham Phommakone, Deputy Defence Minister of Laos; Khankeo Lamaningao, Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Laos; and MB board member Tran Thi Bao Que, as well as other government and business leaders, and MB's partners and customers.
The new MB Laos app is designed to provide customers with a convenient and optimised digital banking experience.
In order to offer the best service to customers, MB Laos invested significantly in developing a new digital banking product with advanced technology that meets the increasingly high demand.
The app allows customers to easily open online payment accounts without the need to physically visit a branch. In addition, the app provides customers with online savings services, loan registration, foreign currency account management, bill payments, QR payments, phone top-up, and transfers from payment accounts to the Umoney e-wallet.
Moreover, the MB Laos app offers users a safe, secure, and fast online money transfer, savings, and payment experience. The app is now available for download on the App Store and Google Play.
MB Laos has set the bar high with its innovative and cutting-edge banking application, which promises to revolutionise the digital banking landscape in Laos. More information can be found at mbbank.com.la.
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