Airtel rolls out 20,000 units of Aadhaar based e-KYC solution, plans to have over 500,000 stores across India

Airtel, today said that it has successfully rolled out over 20,000 units of Aadhaar based e-KYC solutions across India. Over 50,000 customers, including those in rural India, are being on-boarded daily by Airtel using this digital solution.

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The Company expects the number of customers getting digitally on-boarded using Aadhaar based e-KYC to grow multifold as it ramps up the rollout of devices. In the first phase of deployment, Airtel has plans to have the solution in over 500,000 retail outlets, including those in rural pockets, over the next few months.

Mr. Ajai Puri, Director – Operations (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel, “Aadhaar based e-KYC has significantly enhanced the customer experience by enabling faster and paperless onboarding process and we have received very positive response from the customers and channel partners. We plan to deploy this solution in majority of our general trade stores, including those in rural pockets. We believe, this initiative is a great case study for Government’s Digital India vision.”

Under the Aadhaar based instant verification process, customers purchasing a new Airtel prepaid/postpaid mobile connection need to submit/verify their Biometrics (iris scan / fingerprints) at the Point of Sale. The details will be instantly matched with the UIDAI database and following the validation, the connection will be activated instantly in the name of the customer. The process is fully secure and the retailer/representative at the point of sale will also be registered under Aadhaar.

In the first phase of deployment, Airtel has plans to have the solution in over 500,000 retail outlets, including those in rural pockets, over the next few months.

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Jot
September 18, 2016 5:43 pm 5:43 PM

Which documents are included in eKYC besides Driving Licence ?
Or only Aadhaar Card is sufficient ?

Kumar
September 19, 2016 12:46 pm 12:46 PM

Only Aadhaar

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