Loop Mobile Introduces Mobile Money

By August 26th, 2011 AT 7:06 PM

Loop Mobile Introduces Mobile MoneyLoop Mobile today announced the launch of Mobile Money service in partnership with ZipCash.

Loop Mobile subscribers can now use their mobile phone as a virtual wallet for mobile & utility services as electricity bill payments, prepaid recharges, digital TV recharge, online shopping, buying movie tickets and more.

In addition, subscribers can also book travel tickets, avail gift vouchers or local deals & offers, all directly via the convenience of their mobile phone. In the future, this shall also be extended for using at restaurants.

The service is available by simple SMS commands and does not require the subscriber to replace his SIM card.

Loop Mobile subscribers can visit the closest Loop Mobile Gallery to register for the Mobile Money service and load cash into their Mobile Wallets. Subscribers need to send an SMS “Money” to 51888 (toll free).

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