May 15, 2012 14:50
QIWI Koshelek turnover grows 130% in Q1
MOSCOW. May 15 (Interfax) - QIWI Koshelek, part of the QIWI Ltd., holding company, saw turnover climb 130% in the first quarter of 2012 to 26.3 billion rubles, the company said in a press release.
The number of regular service users approached 8.7 million, 39% up on the first quarter of 2011.
The number of online stores where QIWI Koshelek can be used to pay for goods and services increased 88% and reached 6,000.
There was a 101% increase in the number of payments via the company website over the year to 19 million payments in the first quarter and payments via mobile phones increased 24% to 6.7 million.
QIWI Koshelek expanded its presence to 17 countries in the first quarter, adding Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
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