Singapore: OCBC to Discontinue Pay Anyone App in October

Singapore multinational banking and financial services firm, OCBC, has announced that it will be retiring its OCBC Pay Anyone app in October. The exact date of retirement is yet to be confirmed. This move is part of OCBC’s commitment to providing an enhanced app experience by integrating the features of OCBC Pay Anyone into its OCBC Digital app. Users are advised to download the OCBC Digital app to continue accessing their favorite features from OCBC Pay Anyone, as well as enjoy additional services.

By consolidating its services, OCBC aims to ensure that users can seamlessly access popular features such as local and overseas payments, transfers to contacts, and cardless cash withdrawals from OCBC ATMs. These services were previously available on the OCBC Pay Anyone app. Additionally, the OCBC Digital app will enable payments in Singapore and over 40 other international markets, allowing users to engage in a broader spectrum of financial activities.

OCBC emphasizes the convenience of the transition, assuring users that by simply downloading and logging into the OCBC Digital app, they will be able to view all past transactions, including those conducted through OCBC Pay Anyone, under their account’s transaction history.

This strategic move by OCBC aims to streamline its digital services, offer enriched features, and provide an improved user experience through a singular, integrated platform. By consolidating services under the OCBC Digital app, the bank is positioning itself to better meet the evolving needs of its consumers, fostering more engagement and interaction through a simplified and unified interface.

As the deadline for the removal of OCBC Pay Anyone approaches, the bank strongly recommends that users who have not yet downloaded the OCBC Digital app do so promptly to avoid any inconvenience. The transition has been made user-friendly, with the “Go to OCBC Digital” button facilitating quick downloads and easy access to the wide range of services and features available on the OCBC Digital app.

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