Airtel expands its ‘airtel money’ service across India
Airtel M Commerce Services Limited (AMSL) that had launched its very own mobile wallet service in Delhi and NCR has now extended its services and has today announced the pan India launch of ‘airtel money’.
Airtel money allows users to load cash on their mobile devices and spend it to pay utility bills and recharges, shop at 7,000+ merchant outlets, transact online etc. Apart from serving as an easy alternative to cash/card payment options, airtel money offers customers the convenience of instant money transfer from an airtel money wallet to another airtel money wallet and bank accounts. With this, customers can now use airtel money to make payments and transfer money across the country.
Airtel mobile customers can self register for airtel money Express Account by dialling *400# from their mobile phones or sign up for the service by walking into any of the 15,000 plus airtel money outlets across the top 300 cities of India and submitting the required KYC documents.
For airtel money Power Accounts, Airtel has established merchant partnerships with over 1,800 brands across the country which includes utility providers; state electricity boards viz. BSES, Reliance Energy, Indraprastha Gas, telecom (BSNL/MTNL) and insurance (LIC) and mutual funds, organized retailers (e.g. DT Cinemas, Fun Cinemas, Megamart, Univercell, Apollo Pharmacy) as well as local chemists and grocery stores who will now accept payments via airtel money, thereby ushering a new era in the world of electronic payments.
Additionally, airtel money will work as a convenient payment alternative to debit and credit cards in days to come for online transactions on popular websites like Flipkart, Yatra, Letsbuy and even www.airtel.in. Customers using airtel money will also be able to avail exclusive discounts and attractive offers at various merchant outlets in the market.
To know more about airtel money, Airtel mobile customers can dial 121 from their mobile phones or simply visit www.airtelmoney.in. In addition to the website, non-Airtel mobile customers can dial 88-00-01-21-21 for more information.