GO revokes payment authorisation from MaltaPay

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Maltese integrated telco firm GO Plc revoked authorisation from MaltaPay/Mobile Systems Ltd to collect bill payments or effect mobile top-ups, according to a press statement issued by the company.

Consequently, GO discourages clients to utilise the payment and top-up terminals located in various locations around Malta & Gozo.

All payments and top-up methods are available for GO subscribers through the company’s website, as well as the recently launched mobile phone application, which is available for devices running on Android or iOs. At the same time, clients can visit GO’s retail outlets to pay bills or initiate top-up. Customers can also pay bills at Maltapost Branches.

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“It is important to note that any bill payments effected on MaltaPay/Mobile Systems Ltd terminals are not recognised by GO as of 24 January 2019,” the press statement warns.

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