ABA Bank introduces first full-scale mobile banking app in Cambodia


ABA Bank introduces first full-scale mobile banking app in Cambodia

May 11, 2015 – Today ABA Bank officially launched ABA Mobile, the first full-scale mobile banking application in Cambodia. The application is now available for downloading at Apple's App Store and Google’s Play Store completely free of charge.

After installing the ABA Mobile app on smartphone, any ABA Bank client will be able to check their account data on the go, perform routine banking easily, and stay informed on all ongoing transactions. The application has almost all the features of ABA Internet banking service and allows to monitor the accounts and card transactions, transfer money between own accounts as well as to other ABA accounts, pay bills for various service providers and more.

Amongst the new features, the application provides the first account less banking service ECash. Through this service, a client can let anyone who is non-ABA client to have a cash withdrawal from any ABA ATM without using a card. The recipient should only enter the security code that was provided by the ABA client on the ATM screen.

"ABA Bank pays greatest attention to its customers in order to make their banking experience friendly and more convenient," said Zokhir Rasulov, Chief Marketing Officer. "Observing increased business activity of Cambodian people and their growing need to access banking accounts remotely, we made the ABA banking experience truly mobile by developing the application for the most popular mobile platforms."

ABA Mobile is a completely secure service since all the transactions are encoded and the access to the application is protected with two-step authorization. 

The ABA Mobile app is part of ABA’s investment in its digital services, allowing customers to manage their accounts remotely. Further updates and new features of the application are on the way and will be introduced in a short time.

For more details on ABA Mobile, please visit ABA Mobile app page on our website.