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Online Payment Service BukopinNet Introduces New Features

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Bank Bukopin Director of Consumer Rivan A. Purwantono announced that Bukopin has launched its latest online payment point service (PPOB) known as the BukopinNet mobile app.

“The BukopinNet service is one of Bank Bukopin’s attempt to rejuvenate our payment services,” said Rivan on Tuesday, July 10.

Furthermore, Rivan hopes that the BukopinNet service will be able to serve and accommodate Indonesian businesses that are constantly developing. He is also eyeing to strengthen the market’s payment point differentiation.

The BukpoinNet will introduce several new features such as the ability for users to conduct payments without having to go to the nearest PPOB counter and the Go Pay credit top-up. Both features will accompany existing features such as electricity bill payments, phone credit purchasing, and BPJS health insurance payment.

“Previous transactions could only be done in PPOB counters, but is now able to be conducted through a mobile app,” said the Bank Bukopin Director of Consumer.

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