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Jun 04, 2008
Company Announcement: FNB brings Cellphone Banking for Businesses – the ultimate in banking convenienceBack
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Attached please find a press release on: First National Bank (FNB) today became the first bank in South Africa to support dual authorisation on Cellphone Banking for Businesses, a platform aimed at enabling the business owner to take total control of their finances in an affordable, convenient and safe environment.
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