Sajeeb Wazed Joy inaugurated PayPal-Zoom service

Freelancer’s long anticipation ended. PayPal started formally in Bangladesh PayPal, an online payment service provider based in the United States, Prime Minister’s Information Technology Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy inaugurated PayPal-Zoom Service.

Today, on Thursday morning, the special service was inaugurated by the Information Technology Consultant on the occasion of the opening of the PayPal-Zoom Service and the Freelancers Conference.

In the inaugural speech, Sajeeb Wazed Joy said, through the introduction of PayPal, the talent, new ideas and creative attitude of youth of the country will help the country to advance. During this time, he thanked the concerned people involved in this noble initiative.

In addition to Sajeeb Wajed Joy, State Minister for Information Technology Junaid Ahmed Palak, PM’s Deputy Press Secretary Ashraful Alam Khokan, Secretary of Information and Communication Technology Division Mr. Shyam Sunder Sikder and other freelancers from different parts of the country.
People working abroad, working in foreign countries, the popular method of bringing money to the country. Finally, his successful implementation happened. Zoom and PayPal merged. Initially PayPal can only bring inbound services and money. This money can be withdrawn from 9 banks including Sonali, Rupali, Social Islami Bank.

State Minister of Information Technology Junaid Ahmed told to Ittefaq Online, the long-term demand of our freelancers to bring PayPal to Bangladesh. Today, this is done by discussing with PayPal for a long time under the leadership and supervision of Prime Minister’s Information Technology Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy.
Attempts to bring PayPal in Bangladesh are going on since 2011. Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) took initiative to bring PayPal in the country. In 2012, top government officials of the government were trying very hard to implement it. It was announced in September that PayPal in Bangladesh was being introduced in September. But it did not last.

Right now, in 193 countries around the world are operating PayPal operations. About 137 million people around the world are enjoying this service. The company operates the transaction in 26 coins.