Airtel Money – Mobile Wallet Service Goes Pan India

Bharti Airtel, through its wholly owned subsidiary Airtel M Commerce Services Limited (AMSL), today announced the pan India launch of airtel money –country’s first of its kind mobile wallet service by a mobile operator.

Available across 300 key cities in India – airtel money is a fast, simple and secure service that allows its users to load cash on their mobile devices and spend it to pay utility bills and recharges, shop at 7,000+ merchant outlets, transact online etc.

Apart from serving as an easy alternative to cash / card payment options, airtel money has now become the first mobile based service to offer customers the convenience of instant money transfer from an airtel money wallet to another airtel money wallet and bank accounts. With this, customers can now use airtel money to make payments and transfer money across the country.

Airtel mobile customers can self register for airtel money Express Account by dialling *400# from their mobile phones or sign up for the service by walking into any of the 15,000 plus airtel money outlets across the top 300 cities of India and submitting the required KYC documents.

For airtel money Power Accounts, Airtel has established merchant partnerships with over 1,800 brands across the country – this includes utility providers; state electricity boards viz. BSES, Reliance Energy, Indraprastha Gas, telecom (BSNL/MTNL) and insurance (LIC) and mutual funds, organized retailers (e.g. DT Cinemas, Fun Cinemas, Megamart, Univercell, Apollo Pharmacy) as well as local chemists and grocery stores who will now accept payments via airtel money, thereby ushering a new era in the world of electronic payments.

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S.Sudhakar
February 24, 2012 7:21 am 7:21 AM

Raccoon :
Well said.

Raccoon
February 24, 2012 12:40 am 12:40 AM

@Kanaga Deepan N

Thanks mate. Good to see you here. Time constraints not permitting much dabbling elsewhere, but I should be lurking around there soon… 🙂

Kanaga Deepan N
February 23, 2012 10:45 pm 10:45 PM

Raccoon :
Who dares to trust Bharati with cash? You can’t even trust them with your frikin pre-paid mobile balance!!

+1… Always have an eye if already subscribed to this service…

O.T.

Raccoon bhai, welcome back… Long time, no see in both TT and rimweb…

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