MEXICO CITY, MEXICO--(Marketwired - Jan 27, 2017) - QPAGOS Corp. (OTCQB: QPAG), a U.S.-based provider of digital payment services for cash-based and unbanked consumers in Mexico, today announced the expansion of its network of self-service kiosks into Mexico City's Metro System, formally known as Sistema de Transporte Colectivo (STC).
With 12 lines covering 226 Km., and over 180 stations Mexico City's Metro System carries over 1.6 billion passengers per year, or an average of over 4 million per day, and is considered among the world's eighth largest.
Pursuant to permits issued by STC to QPAGOS' wholly owned subsidiary REDPAG Electrónicos, SAPI de CV, three kiosks were installed today in Observatorio station. Observatorio is one of Metro's busiest stations with average daily passengers of 77,205, as per STC data of 2016.
Metro passengers, in addition to topping up their mobile phones in an expedient and secure manner, will now also be able to make multiple payments in Qpagos' kiosks, including bill payments for utilities, municipal payments to the City of Mexico and other States, and several others payments such as CableTV subscriptions.
"Our expansion into the vast Metro System is something we have been anticipating with enthusiasm as we are eager to bring payment services closer to the consumer and allow them to make their service payments in the locations they visit most frequently," commented CEO Gaston Pereira. "The plan is to expand into the other stations as we continue to secure these permits from the STC."
U.S based QPAGOS delivers state-of-the-art digital payment services to consumers and service providers in Mexico where 60% of the adult population does not have a bank account and where 80% of personal payments are made in cash. It operates a network of self service kiosks and applications that provides more convenient payment alternatives for consumers and more efficient billing for service providers. www.qpagos.com
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