By March 19th, 2009 AT 5:44 PM

Everyone knows the success story of Airtel’s mChek-M-commerce service; it’s now Tata Indicom’s turn to launch the same over its Mobile services. Tata Teleservices on Thursday announced the launch of a pre-paid top-up and post-paid bill payment services through SMS.


The company has entered into a partnership with mChek to offer this service in the domestic telecom space, a company statement issued here said. The payment can be made using by Visa or Mastercard credit card issued by any bank in India, the release said.

mChek is a service which makes payments easy through SMS. Be it any kind of transaction – paying bills, buying tickets, etc your bill is settled through an SMS.To avail the service over Tata Indicom; subscribers have to send an SMS “PAY TATA” to 59909 from their Tata Indicom mobile phone.

They will then receive a automated call back on the phone to register their credit card number and approval for the transaction, the statement added.

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sandeep kumar
sandeep kumar

hiiii… m check will be difficult to so many people…, so if u provide recharge cards it will be help nful to so many customars…

Gaurav Mahajan
Gaurav Mahajan

One of the great,tension free and time saving facility.
Pls do follow the procedure once again,u would indeedly feel the difference.
1.Instantly makes payament where ever u r.
2.Time Saving while finding the specified outlet or be in long line to make payament.
3.For intial transaction u would get 50 Rs Bonus.

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