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epay introduces new nationwide branded network


epay introduces new nationwide branded network

London, England — 24th September 2009

LONDON, United Kingdom — 24th September 2009 — epay Ltd. (“epay”), a market leader in electronic payment solutions in the UK, today announced the installation of new external signs as part of an extensive nationwide branding programme.

One of epay’s first branded signage was installed at Mr Adam’s Newsagents, Benfleet, Essex.

“Our new epay brand affirms our position as a leading worldwide payment and cash collection network provider” said Nick Kennett, epay Ltd. Managing Director. “The installation of our new external projecting signs will create a consumer-facing branded retailer network promoting the wide range of products and services epay retailers offer.  This includes processing mobile electronic top-ups, prepaid debit cards, money transfer; and marketing and distribution services for gift cards. From October 2009, epay will offer exclusively retail payments for the Central London Congestion Charge. epay will use this new branding in all of its marketing to build recognition with consumers so that they can identify with this logo as the signpost to an extensive range of easy and secure payment services.”

Mr Adams, Adams News and Store, “The new sign is great as it can be seen clearly from afar. Customers have already noticed the signs and asked what we can offer, It has also brought in some new customers which is a good thing and very much welcomed.

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About epay Ltd.

epay, a Euronet Worldwide, Inc. subsidiary (NASDAQ: EEFT), is the largest electronic payments processor of prepaid mobile airtime top-up services in the U.K. epay provides E Top-up, E Voucher, payment services and lottery products for both independent retailers and multiple retailers focusing on the supermarket, convenience, CTN, petrol forecourt and mobile specialist channels.  Services are provided both via stand-alone terminals and integration into the retailer’s EPOS system – currently at more than 140,000 points of sale in the U.K. Major retailers include Sainsbury’s, Tesco, the Post Office®, The Carphone Warehouse, ASDA, Morrisons, Boots,        WH Smith, Phones 4U, Esso, Shell and Jet.  For more information, visit the company’s Web site at

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