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June 17, 2008

The Bank of Moscow accepts payments via CyberPlat

In all ATMs of the Bank of Moscow one can now pay for the services of providers and operators connected to the CyberPlat payment system.

By virtue of this fact, all 1.6 thousand of the Bank’s self-service devices located in its 56 branches provide a possibility to pay for mobile and fixed-line communication, Internet access, and public utility services.

The connection of the Bank of Moscow to the said payment system allowed to enlarge the list of the service users considerably not only in Moscow region, but in all regions of the Bank’s presence.

Currently CyberPlat interacts with 90 Russian banks which became participants of our payment system. It is encouraging that this number includes such a large and deservedly recognised bank as The Bank of Moscow”, — the General Director of CyberPlat OJSC, Andrey Gribov, stated.

CYBERPLAT OJSC is the leading Russian Internet company offering its services in the e-commerce segment, including payment processing and secure on-line document interchange. The company’s product CyberPlat®, the universal multibank integrated internet-payment system, is the absolute leader in the payment acceptance market. Currently, the CyberPlat® cash acceptance network consists of over 170 000 points of sale, accepting cash payments for the benefit of leading telecommunication service providers, commercial television and numerous other service providers nation-wide, including Beeline, MTS, Megafon, Tele2, NTV-Plus and many others. The total turnover of the system amounted to 120.7 billion rubles (or 4.74 billion US dollars) in 2007. The CyberPlat® electronic payment processing system is the member of GSM Association. BDO Unicom is the official auditor of CyberPlat®.

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