Tuesday 29 September at 5pm
Increased revenues from bill payments helped PayPoint shrug off the continued decline of the market for mobile phone top-ups over the past quarter.
PayPoint has posted a drop in full-year sales as mobile top-ups continue to fall. The e-payment provider said sales fell 1.7% to 193.2m in the year to 27 March.
PayPoint is now accepting Western Union payments from retailers through its terminals. Retailers previously required a PC, printer and broadband to offer the service. PayPoint described the response from retailers to its initial...
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