Travelers can now use spare foreign money on Viber Out
Travelers around the world can now use their leftover foreign money to get more credit on their Viber Out accounts as a result of the partnership between Viber and TravelersBox.
Viber Out allows users to call mobiles and landlines worldwide at low rates.
TravelersBox kiosks allow travelers to turn their spare foreign coins into digital money and can be stored on eWallets and online accounts such as Viber, PayPal, iTunes and Google Play.
TravelersBox CEO Tomer Zussman said that forging a partnership with Viber is “natural” for them.
“TravelersBox essence rooted in our partners’ values. With our technology, money that was worthless due to currency differences, become valuable again. One of our top missions is to find the right partners to give travelers the most out of their leftover currency. Viber, which allows people to call any phone number at low rates, is a natural partner for us,” Zussman said.
Meanwhile, Viber’s FinTech Lead Robi Kopel said that the company is very happy to be working with TravelersBox.
“Our goal at Viber is to connect users all over the world. We’re very happy to be working with TravelersBox to offer a way for travelers to convert their leftover currency to Viber Out credit to contact loved ones,” Kopel said.
There are 75 TravelersBox kiosks in eight countries, two of which can be found in the country: one at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) Terminal 1 and another at Naia Terminal 3. AJH/RAM