Market coverage 1
- Thailand Baht
mPay is a popular mobile payment method in Thailand that allows users to pay for goods and services using their mobile phone. The mPay platform is operated by AIS, the largest telecommunications operator in Thailand.
mPay enables users to top up their account using credit cards, debit cards, or bank transfers. Once the account is topped up, users can make payments at stores, restaurants, and partner websites of mPay. Users can also send money to other mPay users.
mPay has become a popular payment method in Thailand due to its convenience and ease of use. Many stores and restaurants throughout the country accept mPay, and users can even make payments using a QR code.
It is important to note that to use mPay in Thailand, it is often necessary to have a Thai phone number and a Thai SIM card. Additionally, some stores and restaurants may not accept mPay, so it is always important to check if this payment method is accepted before making a purchase.