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Lifecell Ventures launched money transfer via its app, BiP

Lifecell Ventures launched money transfer via its app, BiP

Lifecell Ventures, introduces a new era in money transfers via its IP-based communication application BiP, which also allows individual or group instant messaging, voice and video calls, as well as location sharing and gaming features. BiP, as a digital communication and life platform, now allows its users to transfer money as quickly and easily as sending an instant message.

Turkcell Group’s company Lifecell Ventures has introduced a new era in money transfers via its innovative IP based communication application BiP. The platform that allows individual or group instant messaging, voice and video calls, as well as location sharing and gaming features in 192 countries, offers another innovative feature: you can now send money via BiP as quickly as sending an instant message. BiP users now have the ability to send money using mobile phone numbers via its money transfer feature without the need of an IBAN or account number.

Turkcell CEO, Kaan Terzioglu, said that BiP is continually evolving with new features and continued: “As BiP, we launched many features including video chat, instant location sharing and push-to-talk earlier than many global rivals. BiP now offers an innovative feature which allows video conferencing between up to six people. Money transfer, our brand new feature, is another breakthrough in the industry. BiP now allows money transfer as easy as sending an instant message. BiP, developed by Turkcell engineers, is taking firm steps to being a global brand. BiP will also offer new features including two phone numbers, home and office phone and fax number soon. With these new features, BiP will continue to draw attention on a global scale.”