Redbus And MobiKwik Partner To Provide Bus Tickets Through Mobile Wallet

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MobiKwik, an Indian online recharge platform has tied up with RedBus so that it can enable users to book bus tickets directly from the MobiKwik mobile wallet. The company’s mobile wallet lets users store money safely and pay quickly for online recharges, bill payments and online shopping.With this partnership with Redbus, Mobikwik users can directly book Redbus tickets from their mobile wallets....
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RechargeItNow Revamps UI For Increased Traction

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Online recharge portal RechargeItNow has revamped the User Interface as it tries to cater to the increased traction. The newly revamped website features multiple user specific and informative updates that allow users to make purchase decisions. We gave the site a quick tour and it seems the company has taken a different approach to offering recharging and top-up options to its patrons. The portal...
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Recharge Portal MobiKwik Expands Into Movie and Bus Ticketing

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Indian e-wallet company MobiKwik, facilitating online recharge & top-ups for Mobiles, Direct To Home (DTH), Data Cards & Bill Payment facilities, will take a proactive step to include Movie & Bus ticketing as well.The company may be enthusiastic about the inclusions however, the management is even more upbeat since they could soon close a substantial Series A round of funding worth...
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Mobile Commerce – The Next Big Technology & Business Space In The Country

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E – commerce in India has taken the form of a revolution. It started with a handful of players and the regular everyday house hold customer having apprehension and reservations about the online system of payment and delivery but currently it is going hard with over 10 million total online customers and more being added on a daily basis. Credibility came slowly to the operators but as they gained...
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MobiKwik Expands Mobile wallets Platform; Hopes To Offer One-Window Solution To Mobile Wallets

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Indian e-wallet company MobiKwik has released a mobile-optimized version of its online recharge & bill-payment service. Extending its services to cover any transaction that requires payment via the virtual channel, MobiKwik’s website will turn into a payment portal whenever needed.There are already multiple similar solutions currently available in the market. Then what does MobiKwik have that...
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RechargeItNow Attracts 5 Million Registered Users

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Rechargeitnow, an online recharge startup that competes with services like PayTM, Freecharge, Spice Deck and Just Recharge It, has announced that it has signed up 5 million users since its inception. The last 16 months themselves have seen an increase of 3 million. The company says that it has reached this milestone purely on an organic basis.The company has disclosed some financial facts. It does...
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Paytm Gives Its iOS Application A Design Makeover; Others In the Pipeline

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Paytm, the company engaged in offering online recharge options for utilities, has given its iOS application a design overhaul. Paytm offers easy recharge of Mobiles, DTH & Wireless Data cards. It currently has applications that work on Android, Blackberry & even on budget friendly Java Based Nokia phones.While updating the iOS applications, many new & customer-centric improvements have...
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Saturday Startup Review I : MobiKwik – Recharge Your Mobile Online!

This is part of an ongoing startup review series supported by our sponsors Sun Startup Essentials.Startup: MobikwikWell anyone who uses prepaid card on their mobile phones knows what a pain it is to recharge it each time your talk time is about to get over. One has to find a shop which sells recharge, scratch the card and key in the numbers etc. Its atleast a 30 minute exercise. But what if it...
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