Nokia introduces Cashless Mobile Money Services in India
So finally Reliable Mobile Payment Solution haveÂ arrivedÂ in India, Nokia the Mobile Manufacturer Giant has introduced Cashless Mobile Money Transactions, so no more carrying your purse or credit cards to make payments. You can now use mobile numbers to make payments.
So whats exactly this service is Â and how you can use it, NokiaÂ Mobile money services puts you in control of your daily finances â€“ transfer funds, pay bills, and buy goods and services quickly and securely with your mobile phone. Currently Nokia has partnered with two banks in India ( YES bank and Union bank ), company is looking to expand the service with more banks once they get the market response
Whatâ€™s in it for you?
Transfer money securely to your friends and family in a convenient and cost-effective way.
Pay your utility bills from almost anywhere and keep track of everything with reminders for due dates, overdue charges and payments.
Check your balance on the go and manage your expenses and payments at the same time.
Recharge your pre-paid account wherever and whenever you like â€“ adding funds is easy and it only takes a few moments.
Make convenient cashless payments to informal merchants without having to carry money or bank cards as you travel from place to place.
Manage your money with confidence â€“ the latest mobile technology is used to handle all your finances securely.
Save time when dealing with your personal finances â€“ no more waiting in line at the bank or making unnecessary trips into town.
A smart, cost-effective way to manage your finances:
ZERO annual fees*
NoÂ RequirementÂ of Â bank account, credit card or debit card
No cash loading charges
No minimum or maximum balance limit
Unlimited number of transactions
On the Security front Nokia has assured its service users by claiming to use the most advanced and latest MobileÂ wirelessÂ security system to Prevent any fraud cases orÂ Miss management.
Signup for the service visit Â http://www.mobilemoneyservices.co.in/
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