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  • Banks are using apps to become lifestyle brands
  • Banks are using apps to become lifestyle brands
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Banks are using apps to become lifestyle brands

As the financial sector works to make services increasingly streamlined, mobile money has gained popularity as an easy and secure way to handle cash. Now that apps are more readily accepted, banks are leveraging these platforms to reposition themselves as lifestyle brands.

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