Uzmobile has established a new tariff for UZCARD terminals

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Wednesday, 03 June 2015 22:12

In Uzbekistan there is active work to improve system of cashless payments using plastic cards. The commercial banks continue to introduce salary projects besides expanding the networks of merchants equipped with modern electronic trade terminals. But a growth of quantity of payment terminals for bank cards of Uzcard is demanded improving of communication channels over the world.

For the decision of these tasks on increasing quality of connection terminals with the processing centre, the National operator of mobile communication UZMOBILE GSM jointly with NPS Uzcard announced about launching of tariff plan "UZCARD GSM" that can be optional decision for objects connected to Uzcard system.

Connection to tariff plan is free of charge, the cost of SIM-card is included to starting monthly fee at connection. The monthly fee of 1.5$ includes 100 megabyte of data traffic (VPN), the cost per megabyte over limit is 0.07$.

This tariff plan is necessary where needed fast and trusted communication M2M (machine-to-machine) through dedicated protected VPN channel between devices: payment terminals, ATMs info-kiosks etc. Information transfer via communication channel Uzmobile M2M occurs almost instantaneously, so the count is carried out as accurately as possible.

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For information: M2M (machine-to-machine) – is a solution based communication incorporated various counters, sensors interconnected by wireless communication. Device M2M equipped with SIM cards is relevant for companies which actively use remote equipment and transport in own business. Among them, not only banks, payment systems and utilities, but also the energy, commodity, construction, logistics, security and transport companies. The scope of M2M gets any technique, which by default is not intended for making calls, for example, electricity meters, ATMs and payment terminals, security systems, navigators, etc.


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