Reliance Communications To Soon Implement Customer Verification process undertaken through Aadhar authentication

Reliance Communications today announced that it is ready to offer the first of its kind Aadhar authentication process in the country post successful testing of the services in both company owned and non company owned retail outlets.

Reliance Communications Aadhar authentication

Reliance becomes the first telecom operator in the country to test the concept of Aadhar authentication from a non company owned multi brand small retail outlet. Reliance Communications is ready to launch the services across all circles post the necessary guidelines issued by DOT.

Mobile customers can soon walk into any retailer in the country with their respective Aadhar card, post which the retailer can share the customer’s Aadhar profile details along with the biometric authentication details online with UIDAI server for real time authentication of the identity of the customer.

Post this authentication, the customer details can be fetched online from UIDAI server and the customer mobile connection can now be processed with Reliance Communications for immediate activation. The customer verification process is thus undertaken through Aadhar authentication.

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ajio
May 24, 2013 1:56 pm 1:56 PM

No thanks. Aadhar is for idiots who dont drive, vote, travel abroad, pay income tax or go to the ration shop. The rest of us are fine with one less card in our wallet, thank you.

sharaudheen
June 3, 2013 11:58 am 11:58 AM

Aadhar is a biometric card, It have finger print, Iris, picture and details of other identity.
And understand this, This card have better identity than any other Card.

Don’t make foolish statements.

It is for “indians”. If you don’t like this, don’t get it.

and +1 from Dr. Ravi Kiran.. I doubt he is real one ?

Dr.Ravi Kiran Nudurupati
May 25, 2013 11:02 pm 11:02 PM

+1

SS
May 24, 2013 10:31 am 10:31 AM

Umm…… Currently only few people have aadhar. Also, getting an aadhar is really a tough task in UP.

So the traditional EC card is still good for me.

dskushwaha
May 24, 2013 6:52 am 6:52 AM

Reliance and AADHAR have no Aadhar (Base). AADHAR is doubted many times by Home Ministry itself. Let BJP come in power, a new scam will be discovered in AADHAR.

sudhir
July 1, 2013 10:51 pm 10:51 PM

This is India, where everything is manipulated, Check for the 100 Aadhar Card Photo Copy and you will find more than 70% Fake one, In Rural it is almost 90% Fake Aadhar Card.

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