Telstra has rolled out a new mobile payment system which lets you make more than one payment to the same customer at the same time.
Read moreRead moreThe company says the new feature will enable users to make more transactions in one go, with one tap on the phone and one tap off the screen.
Users can make a transaction from anywhere in the world, with no further charges.
It’s a move that will help boost consumer confidence in the telco’s digital payments offering.
Telstra says the changes will help with the rollout of a mobile payment platform that will be used across all of Telstra’s business, as well as to increase revenue and expand customer retention.
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It comes as Telstra says its telesales teams are being upgraded to better communicate with customers, and to improve customer service.
Teleras telesale team members will be trained on the new service, and will have the opportunity to receive training on customer service and the new digital payments platform.
Telstra said the new services will also provide a way for employees to use technology and make use of its existing technology for their work.
The telco is also seeking feedback on the service from customers.
Telcos’ new mobile payments service will be available to Telstra retail customers on September 30.
Telos has been struggling to find a solution for the digital payment problem for years.
The telcos have struggled to find an effective way to deal with customer dissatisfaction, which has left consumers with a lot of questions about how they can use their phone.
In April, Telstra said it would be adding new services to its mobile payment app, Telpay, and that it would not be charging Telstra any fees for customers to use it.
Telpay has been downloaded more than 5 million times, and has already been downloaded by more than 300,000 people.
Telco’s mobile payments team will now be trained to help customers with their digital payments and to ensure they are using technology and making use of Telpay.
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The company said it is working with the telecommunications industry to develop an integrated approach to the problem.
Telsa’s chief marketing officer, Michael Mervis, said the company was excited to be moving towards a mobile payments system that will allow for customers and employees to make payments on the same account, making it easier to keep up with customer demand and keep track of transactions.
Tel’s mobile payment team is also learning how to deal more effectively with the needs of Telsales teams.
Telsales team members have been trained to learn more about customer experience and to assist Telstra with the new system.
Customers can contact Telstra Customer Service on 1300 1210 or the company’s customer support line on 1300 1311 to request assistance with their mobile payment needs.