Hot news from Neteller, one of the most popular e-wallets in the world. Albania, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Curacao, Cambodia, Lebanon, Serbia and Thailand are some of the 180 countries serviced by the e-wallet owned by “Optimal Payments”. Moreover, the 1.9% commission fee for money transactions performed by Neteller customers has been abolished.
Together with Moneybookers and Paypal, Neteller is one of the most popular e-wallets in the world. The company has made great strides in recent years, getting more and more customers; furthermore, Neteller has been awarded by several trade associations and has recently expanded its countries list, so that its already big target market increased considerably. The countries added are mostly Eastern Europe or Asian countries. However, this is not the only news about Neteller! The e-wallet Neteller is also available at online casinos All Slots, Betway and City Club.
The new countries
Curacao, Cambodia, Lebanon, Albania, Thailand, Siam, Serbia, Algeria, Georgia and Saudi Arabia, to name but a few of the countries which joined Neteller e-wallet. This new solution clearly shows the intention of the popular e-wallet to expand in the fast-growing emerging markets which are interested in electronic money transfer. However, Neteller is not available in the US market.
More news about Neteller
Optimal Payments, the company responsible for managing and operating Neteller, has recently announced new solutions for its product. The most important innovation is the reduction of the commission rates for Neteller customers performing money transfers; in fact, they can send money without spending a cent. This solution is for all 180 countries where Neteller is available and for all 19 currencies used.
The 1.9% fee has been recently abolished. Mark Jeffrey, Managing Director of Neteller, announced: "We decided to offer money transfer to our members, answering our customers who said they would use more our service if we reduced the price. We hope this innovation will encourage other people who need to make international money transfers to try Neteller, which is now even more competitive against existing money transfer services".