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Norwegian Gjensidige Bank in partnership with MobilePay

Gjensidige Bank Norway has entered into a partnership with MobilePay. The battle of the mobile payment market in Norway becomes more critical.

Previously, we saw Nordea in Norway join the Norwegian MobilePay partnership. The management of MobilePay Norway have great faith that the number of Norwegian partner banks will continue to grow.

MobilePay has already become the chosen mobile payment solution for almost all of the Danish banks. And in Finland, MobilePay has a standing invitation to all Finnish banks to join the partnership.

The Nordic ambition of MobilePay is to be the most innovative, efficient and user-friendly mobile payment platform for users and companies. 

"With the agreement with Gjensidige, we take another major step towards building a mobile payment solution across the Norwegian banks for the benefit of customers and users."

- Knut Anders Wangen, head of MobilePay in Norway

In a press release, Gjensidige Bank stresses that the MobilePay partnership will provide customers access to the best solution for mobile payments.

"Mobile payments are about to become as natural a payment solution as credit cards. We are very excited to be able to offer our customers a first-class solution," says Hans Haren, CEO of Gjensidige Bank.

Facts about MobilePay

  • MobilePay was established in Denmark in 2013 and has 3.5 million users and close to 40,000 shops, web shops and apps that offer payment with MobilePay in the Nordic countries.
  • MobilePay was launched in Denmark in 2013, Finland in 2014 and Norway in 2015
  • MobilePay has been downloaded 350,000 times in Norway since 2015
  • MobilePay can be used in over 1,200 shops and in a growing number of web shops in Norway.

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