BSNL Launches Digital Wallet in Association with Mobikwik

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched its digital wallet for the BSNL customers for all sorts of bill payments and monetary on e-commerce websites. The BSNL has come up with this initiative in collaboration with MobiKwik who has issued and developed this mobile payment app or a digital wallet.

BSNL launches a digital wallet

The state-run telecom network service, BSNL’s digital wallet mobile app is designed for fast payment source especially for its millions of customers who are located in the rural or semi urban places. With this mobile payment app, BSNL is aiming at extending equal help to its customers by strengthening their network as financial supporters. BSNL is elated of coming in partnership with MobiKwik and terms it as a right step in a progressive direction. Not only this, BSNL boasts of being India’s one of the strongest and the largest digital wallet for payment run by any telecom company with the network of more than 1.5 million merchants.

Advantages of using BSNL digital wallet

Via the BSNL digital wallet mobile payment app, customers can do quick recharges online, e-shopping, booking of air tickets, train tickets, bus, bill payments, transfer money and much more. The partnership between BSNL and MobiKwik will target on achieving a large number of Indians to join the community of a cashless society hence taking forth the mission of PM Narendra Modi’s vision of digital India. Also, the  BSNL launched mobile payment app is aiming at creating a seamless network of digital wallet service providers to its already existing 100 million subscribers. Convenient and hassle free transaction is what BSNL’s launched digi wallet is promising to its customers in collaboration with MobiKwik.

Well, after Paytm, MobiKwik is the next e-wallet giant in the industry and its collaboration with the Indian telecom player BSNL will together change the layout of the new digital India. BSNL’s e-wallet will not help the public in paying their bills, do daily shoppings, recharging of their phones and DTH connections without any glitch but will also make India empower to access technology and advancement that the entire world in following with the changing time.

Source: firstpost.com

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