While the infrastructure for money transfer with USSD codes were quickly developing, the Central Bank has announced that until such time that operators can guarantee the security of these services, the use by customers should only be limited to the payment of bills. Ghanun writes that this system supports 5 million transaction a day or 1.6 billion transactions a year. Cyber police (FATA) report that not even a single case has been reported of banking information being leaked. This leads to assumptions that this order was made simply to force transactions to the banking system and increase their income.
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