Tata Indicom Launches Remittance Service Through CellPay

By December 8th, 2010 AT 1:54 PM

Tata Indicom, the CDMA Mobile Service operator has announced its tie up with eSSecom to offer CellPay Mobile Payment (Direct Debit to Account) Solutions.

eSSecom’s CellPay solutions will provide consumers the convenient and secure way to make their payments through their mobile phones using funds in their bank accounts (Direct Debit to Account) or through credit card. This service is available for all Tata Indicom postpaid mobile subscribers across Karnataka telecom circle.

The CellPay solution is available for Customers who are registered for Mobile banking with CellPay connected banks. The registered Customer has to create a unique PIN by calling the CellPay  IVR.

Once the number is generated, the caller is eligible to avail all the benefits. Customers using CellPay service have two options to make payments. One, they can either use an SMS requesting for payment using their CellPay virtual number where in they will get a confirmation of the payment via SMS on their phone.

Secondly, the customer can also opt for an application available on the handset to make the payment. Here the customer has to simply select the CellPay application on the phone as a payment option post which a confirmation SMS will be sent to the phone once the payment is received.

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@dskushwaha Yes, You are right my friend. As I deal in stock market, I have to do every transactions online. I book my tickets, recharge my Tata indicom, airtel and,vodafone connections, pay my electricity bills & Tata Photon+ bills online. I mostly do my all transactions from trusted companies own websites by using SBI ONLINE NET BANKING and hardly get any error. Sometimes, due to network error or heavy traffic on particular website or slow internet speed, I couldn’t get any confirmation msg , but my transactions get completed and successful. While transactions are in progress we should not back,refresh… Read more »

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The key here is “didn’t received success message”, so the bank has no option otherthan reversing it.

Ecommerce/ebusiness/epayment/eservices in india having birth pains from the day one and never ends too. The only thing is we should not be lazy to go to a shop which is just few yards away.For that we are paying our PRICE, lose it fully but we fight for 10.2% service tax to our bill always!

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