Money in your account in seconds. Instant payments are about to become reality

Three Slovak banks will launch instant payments on February 1.

The three largest banks in Slovakia will launch instant payments on February 1 of this year.The three largest banks in Slovakia will launch instant payments on February 1 of this year. (Source: Marko Erd for SME)

You want to pay a repairman for fixing your dishwasher, but you realise you do not have cash. From February, you can pay him in a few seconds without having to run to the nearest ATM or count on him to possess a payment terminal.

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The three largest banks in Slovakia are launching instant payments on the first of February.

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