Snapdeal Acquires FreeCharge To Become The Largest Mobile Commerce Company

Snapdeal today announced that it has acquired FreeCharge. This is one of the biggest acquisitions in the history of the internet industry in India and sets up Snapdeal to build the most impactful digital commerce ecosystem in India. FreeCharge is India’s leading mobile commerce platform where users can pay their mobile, DTH and utility payments across most major operators.


With this acquisition, Snapdeal becomes the largest mobile commerce company in India offering the widest range of products and services, including financial services, mobile recharge and utility payments with an exponentially growing user base of over 40 million.

Speaking about this Kunal Bahl, Co-Founder & CEO, Snapdeal said “The age of monolithic ecommerce platforms is over; it is now time to build an impactful digital commerce ecosystem in India that is multidimensional and inclusive, delivering well defined experiences to consumers. At Snapdeal we are building an ecosystem that powers billions of digital commerce transactions in the country in the coming years. With this game-changing partnership with FreeCharge, we have significantly enhanced our user base and now offer all our customers access to the widest selection of products and services online, making digital commerce an even more intrinsic part of their lives. We are thrilled to have the very talented and supercharged team of FreeCharge, under Kunal (Shah)’s leadership, working as one family, towards creating life changing experiences for buyers and sellers in our country.”

FreeCharge will continue to function as an independent platform and all aspects of FreeCharge’s shopping experience will remain intact. The companies will collaborate to offer a seamless shopping experience to customers across both the platforms offering an even wider range of products and services.

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April 8, 2015 10:07 pm 10:07 PM

A very bad news. Now , freecharge will deteriorate similarly as snapdeal , who is most popular for duping customers of their hard earned money . Just search snapdeal complains in google then will come to know the wonderful job of this fraud e-commerce website .

April 8, 2015 11:55 pm 11:55 PM

well said