Zoompass has announced they have launched their service for Android devices. This now joins BlackBerry and the iPhone. for those unfamiliar with Zoompass, it’s the joint venture between Rogers, Bell and TELUS that is Canada’s first mobile payment service and allows customers to send, receive and request money, check account balance, review transactions all by using your mobile device.
Sounds good and the service has been around for almost 6 months. If you’re thinking about using the service there are fees (it’s certainly not free). After registering the fees are as follows: receive money and add funds from a bank account is free. There is a $0.50 charge send money and withdraw finds to a bank account and a $10 will be charged for any insufficient funds.
Robin Dua, President of EnStream said “We are thrilled with how quickly Zoompass is being adopted by Canadians that share our vision of combining the wallet into the mobile phone. Canadians take their phones with them wherever they go, and Zoompass puts a lot of power into the palms of their hands. We are proud to offer Zoompass across all mobile phone platforms.”