Airtel asks users to upgrade Airtel Money app, existing version to get discontinued by May 15

By May 14th, 2015 AT 11:59 AM

Airtel has begun circulating a message to all its subscribers asking them to upgrade the Airtel Money app. The older version of the app will get discontinued effective from 15th May. However, the details about the newer version is not available.

Airtel Money Goes Pan India

Airtel app allows the users the flexibility to recharge mobiles, DTH or datacards through smartphones. It also features additional facilities such as Instant Money Transfer to friends, shops and bank accounts, bill payments and online shopping. The app works for all telecom carriers in India and makes location payments a realty.

The inclusion of special offers and deals for the customers enticed the users to download this app. It is available for both iOs and android users.

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in my windows phone daily getting message about you are using an old verson of airtel money app wich will be discontinued for windows phone from 15-may
airtel please update the windows phone not remove the app from windows phone store


What details of newer version is not available? It’s there on play store.

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