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UniCredit announces updates in the Mobile Banking application

UniCredit Bank launches new facilities in the up-to-date version of its Mobile Banking application to provide customers with a simpler and faster user experience.

2018-03-30 11:19:07

Among the new features are the introduction of the electronic wallet, simplification of payments and credit card reimbursement, and the activation of Face ID recognition for iPhone X phones. At the same time, customers can cancel their pending payments directly from the application and enjoy a design optimized for ATM map screens, currency exchange, contact details and messages.

"UniCredit Bank′s retail strategy is to become the strongest player with a sustained increase in customer numbers," said Septimiu Postelnicu, Head of Retail Division at UniCredit Bank. "That′s why we always try to innovate by offering our customers modern digital platforms, simplified processes and competitive offers to make life easier and more interactive with the bank. In this context, UniCredit′s Mobile Banking application is a key product that we have developed over the last year. The number of users of the Mobil Banking application tripled during 2017."

The payment module now has an enhanced user interface that helps customers make payments faster and easier with swipe and scroll gestures. Additionally, the electronic wallet provides control over all UniCredit cards issued in one place.

Improving the Mobile Banking application is part of an ongoing approach by the bank to invest in the digitization of its business. For example, in 2017, UniCredit Bank launched Business Mobile - a version of the application dedicated to small and medium-sized businesses, self-employed and licensed individuals. It implemented signing payments of up to 800 RON by scanning a fingerprint and offering higher interests for deposits established via digital channels than deposits deposited at the bank′s cash desks.

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