Always a leader in International mobile top-up, Ding, together with Fexserv, have launched an international mobile top-up for Malta. Ding continues to expand by launching its service to foreign workers in Malta, in partnership with Fexserv Financial Services.
Ding was founded to change billions of lives by accelerating mobile access. It has been keeping people connected since 2006, when it launched this first-of-a-kind service. Ding is now the number one international mobile top-up platform in the world. Its users have successfully sent over 300 million top-ups worldwide, via the app, online at Ding.com, and in-store at over 600,00 + retail outlets globally.
Formerly known as Fexco, Fexserv has eight branches across Malta and Gozo, and now, its customers can benefit from Ding’s extensive network of 500+ operators, across 140+ countries around the world. Fexserv was launched in Malta in 1995 to provide core foreign exchange business and today has evolved into one of Malta’s leading financial institutions which provides a broad range of services in San Gwann, Valletta, St. Julians, Mosta, Bugibba, Fgura, Gzira and Victoria Gozo. Fexserv Financial Services Ltd is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) and is a founding member of the Association of Licensed Financial Institutions (ALFI).
The new service will provide foreign workers living in Malta, with a simple, safe and secure way to support loved ones back home in countries including: Ghana, Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Nigeria, Italy, the Philippines, Afghanistan, Romania, Pakistan, and Turkey. The airtime is credited in real-time, directly to the recipient’s mobile, and in local currency.
Ding is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, and has regional offices in Barcelona, Bucharest, Dhaka, Dubai, New Jersey, Miami, Paris, and San Salvador. In fact, it delivers a top-up every second, via 500+ operators, across 140+ countries – helping families and friends around the world to stay connected.
Declan Burke, head of business development for Europe & Africa at Ding said: “This new partnership puts more control in the hands of the diaspora in Malta to support their families back home, using the latest technology to help our users stay connected to their families.”
He added: “Our technology will enable Fexserv to help their customers to seamlessly send top-up – safely and securely to loved ones. When you consider that more than 85% of phones in their home countries are of the prepaid variety and out of credit for a significant amount of time – this is a valuable gift.”
People working in Malta, who are financially supporting family back home, can now avail of airtime transfer, which is the most efficient micro-value transfer option in the market and a complimentary add-on to money remittances. Ding is expanding its company across the world and helping migrant workers to support their families in innovative ways.
Joe Attard, general manager at Fexserv said: “This is a new product offering for us in Malta, and we are looking forward to providing our customers with this new way to transfer value to loved ones. Supporting their families and staying in touch is important for our users and we are happy to be part of the journey to help them achieve that.”