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Best Business: Proof that an electric distribution system pays off

Payzone processes more than 25 million mobile top-up transactions in Ireland every year, writes Leslie Faughnan.

1st September, 2012
Jim Deignan, managing director of Payzone.

Once you have the electronic machine at the point of sale, you can sell other things and add services of some value as well as simply taking the money for the customers' initial purchase or basket. That is the simple but highly effective principle of the Payzone business, which now has its distinctive pink counter top terminals in over 7,500 Irish retail outlets. They include major retail groups such as Dunnes Stores, Musgraves, BWG, Londis,...

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