Comarch And Alior Bank Partner For Mobile Banking

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1:33 PM EDT December 18th, 2012

Poland’s Alior Bank and IT business services provider Comarch have signed a agreement to offer mobile banking service’s to the bank’s clients. The new service will allow users to access their bank account information and carry out basic transactions such as transfers, card repayments and deposit processing.

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