BlackBerry Ltd. said Thursday that its mobile payment application will be made available to iPhone and Android smartphone users in Indonesia in early 2015. The company said in a press release that BBM Money has already been available in for BlackBerry users in Indonesia since early last year. “By combining our DNA around security, and the real-time collaboration and privacy attributes of BBM, we are uniquely placed in the growing mobile payments space,” John Sims, BlackBerry's president of global enterprise services, said in the release. BlackBerry said low debit-card penetration in Indonesia and the popularity of BBM in that country make it an ideal place to make inroads in mobile-payment services. BlackBerry spokeswoman Sarah Burt said in an email there are "no short-term plans to make BBM Money available in other markets." Kevin Restivo, an analyst with International Data Corp. (IDC) told The Wire Report earlier this year that involvement in financial transactions is "the Holy Grail for really any messaging provider.” BlackBerry also said Thursday it is integrating the application TransferTo —which is used to send unused prepaid wireless time to other users — with BBM. It said TransferTo is supported by more than 350 service providers in more than 100 different countries. Burt said such transfers on BBM can be made to any overseas mobile number, whether they are on BBM or not. TransferTo will be integrated into BBM later this year, BlackBerry said in its release.