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App Of The Week: Palmpay

Palmpay is a new fintech app that has been launched as an alternative to Paypal and promises a secure and simple way of carrying out transactions. The app was released on September 15, 2018, and is a sister app to Palm credit, another fintech app. 


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Meet The App

Once you’ve downloaded the Palmplay app, signing up is fairly easy and takes a short period of time. You will be required to enter your phone number, go through a captcha and enter an SMS verification code. Next, you’ll need to input your name, email address and create a security pin.

You get 200 Palmpoints immediately for signing up. And you can garner more points by inviting friends and family or buying airtime on the app. Palmpay lets you PalmPay account, withdraw, top-up airtime, as well as view your statement. 

You can carry out payments on the app by either sending it to a mobile number, a bank account, or a saved contact. At the moment, a money transfer feature is in the works, which will help you to request payments by creating a QR code and setting the amount you want to receive. 

Palm pay is currently available in Nigeria, China, and the United Kingdom. 


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Getting The App

Plampay is available on the Google Play store at a downloadable size of 12.71 MB. It is also available on the App store at a size of 78.6 MB. Click any of the links below to download the app depending on the device you use.

Playstore

Apple store

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