Mobile Credit Card is a mobile wallet app and service developed by Cellum for PaysBuy, the ecommerce affiliate of Telenor’s subsidiary in Thailand. Mobile Credit Card features 3D Secure card transactions and offers a range of handy functions to users. One of these is the ability to purchase movie tickets right on the handset.
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