Cellumʼs wallet platform incorporated in Telkomʼs LinkAja


Mobile transactions solutions provider Cellumʼs secure wallet platform has been designed to be used with the unified LinkAja e-money system, developed by Cellumʼs investor Telkom Indonesia, including a large selection of value-added services, the company told the Budapest Business Journal.

Telkom Indonesia is a major contributor to the Indonesian state-owned e-money system, in cooperation with Cellum, noted János Kóka, CEO of Cellum Global at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Cellum stresses that Telkom strives not only to make the most of synergic advantages of electronic financial services from various state-owned enterprises, but will also extend the LinkAja ecosystem with various new features and services in the future.

As part of that ecosystem, Cellum says that it is ready to provide the transaction platform, which, in addition to the Tcash/LinkAja E-money funding source, allows users to access other payment instruments like secure card data storage, fast and easy merchant integration, user management as well as further value-added services, including mobile loyalty and couponing.

Additionally, the live Cellum Mobile Next environment has been deployed with full implementation in Jakarta, Indonesia. Cellum says that the system can securely handle any cards as well as e-money, loyalty or bank accounts.


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