North Jersey Community Bank introduces mobile banking

Source: North Jersey Community Bank

North Jersey Community Bank (NJCB), the fastest growing bank in New Jersey, today announced that it will introduce mobile banking to its customers in the first quarter of 2008.

This convenient, next-generation service will enable NJCB customers to make banking transactions via personal mobile devices and personal digital assistants, without taking a trip to the bank or logging on to a computer. NJCB will be the first community bank to offer mobile banking and payment services to its customers.

"Mobile banking will provide branch and online banking to our clients on the go, saving them time and money," said Frank Sorrentino III, Chairman and CEO of North Jersey Community Bank. "As the first community bank to roll out mobile banking services, NJCB reinforces its commitment to offer our customers the latest technology to meet their evolving needs and improve their ability to manage their accounts."

The new mobile financial services, provided to NJCB by Monitise Americas, will enable customers to check their available balances and transfer funds internally. Additional services will become available throughout 2008. Mobile banking messages will be delivered directly to clients' mobile devices through a highly secure, "designed for mobile" application, accessible to all participating customers.

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