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TagPay is a digital banking platform created by the French company TagPay. This software is used by banks, telecom operators, and other players to offer digital financial services to their clients.
TagPay uses sound-based near sound data transfer (NSDT) technology to secure electronic transactions. TagPay's target markets are in emerging economies where populations are un-banked and secure payment systems are needed.
TagPay can be used by any smart or feature phone and supports a wide range of mobile money services such as: M-wallet (account management), retail payments, micro finance, health, salary disbursement, airtime top up, loyalty, remittances, and ATM withdrawal.
Today (written 2012)[needs update], about 20 digital financial service providers such as the Trust Merchant Bank, Société Générale and Cofina use the TagPay platform to offer their customers financial services via cell phone.
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