Honey Payment develops the DotBee payment multi-app

Honey Payment, a Polish fintech that owns the DotBee multi-application for managing finances and life, has introduced a new functionality. It is related to the e-TOLL function, which allows the purchase of motorway tickets on sections A2 Konin – Stryków and A4 Wrocław – Sośnica. The application also offers monitoring of the monthly budget, instant transfers, organization of screenshots among friends, purchase of a gift voucher, as well as many other services that facilitate everyday payments. For two years of operation, the DotBee application has already collected 500,000. people, and a significant part of users are people aged 18-35.

DotBee is a multi-tasking tool to facilitate everyday payment activities. The application offers e.g. purchase of public transport tickets, parking tickets, cashback and many other solutions. One of the latest features introduced to the application is e-TOLL, thanks to which users can pay for motorway tolls.

– The main purpose of the DotBee application is to help you manage your daily finances. Thanks to the consistent development of the application for two years, we have already gathered over half a million users. DotBee allows you to track spending in real time, which allows users to better control their budget and avoid overspending. Offering many functionalities, such as transport tickets, paying for a parking meter or buying a voucher. DotBee also helps to save time, which is especially appreciated by young people between 18 and 35 years of age – said Grzegorz Szulik, President of the Management Board and founder of Honey Payment.

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Another functionality that DotBee focuses on is LoanByLink. It is a solution that allows you to buy goods and services in installments. Currently, LoanByLink already has over 2,000 partners, thanks to which users can take advantage of the offers of many different stores and companies without having to charge their budget at once. This is especially important for people who need new equipment or want to use services, but do not want or cannot spend the entire amount on them at once.

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