Reliance Mobile Partners with Atom to offer M-Commerce

By November 9th, 2009 AT 1:59 PM

Reliance Mobile Partners with Atom to offer M-CommerceReliance Mobile, India’s leading dual technology mobile service brand of Reliance Communications (RCOM) today announced that it has entered into a strategic tie-up with atom technologies, the leading m-commerce solutions provider from the Financial Technologies India Limited group.With this partnership Reliance Mobile will now be able to offer a fast, secure, inter-operable and the most convenient platform to conclude payment transactions to Reliance GSM and CDMA Mobile customers across India.

The content provider Atom will offer through RCOM, multiple banks (Indian and Foreign) as well as merchants on a common platform, thereby allowing its subscribers to make payments across the entire merchant base. Reliance subscribers will now be able to purchase insurance services, DTH recharges, movie tickets, books & periodicals, consumer goods, holiday packages as well as bus & train tickets using their Reliance Mobile connection, these services will also be available on R-world for all GSM customers. Currently atom technologies have over 100 merchants registered for mobile commerce transactions.

Reliance Mobile is designing this service to support Guest users as well as Registered Users to successfully conclude payment transactions using Reliance Mobile connections. The benefit of registration will enable the user for two click payment transactions access. The transactions are secure and PIN protected. atom presently has merchant acquiring relationship with ICICI, HDFC, Citi and Axis Bank.

Commenting on the Partnership, Anil Pande, Head – Product, Mobile Data and Content services, Reliance Communications said, “Our agreement with atom technologies will set the ground for RCOM to make an aggressive pitch in the Indian m-Commerce market. We are positively aggressive on the m-Commerce opportunity & are developing a series of m-Commerce applications as part of this m-Commerce thrust. We will leverage our agreement with atom technologies to drive m-Commerce transactions across both, the GSM and CDMA networks.”

Dewang Neralla, Director, atom technologies adds, “Our m-commerce technology has extremely been leveraged by more than 100 merchants to open up a new vista of payment collection for their increasing revenue. We are pleased to integrate the merchants on a common m-commerce platform to be offered by Reliance Communication and powered by atom’s cutting edge technologies. We are sure this partnership will be mutually beneficial and would definitely help Reliance Communication achieving the goal of building up a strong m-commerce portfolio, which complements their VAS strategy.”

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Well its your personal choice..there r many advantages of m commerce…u can make transactions wherever u want,u dont need to stay in long queues for various payments…

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Somehow I don’t like the mcommerce based payment gateways and systems…

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