Aircel, ICICI Bank Bring Mobile Payments To India

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3:41 PM EDT February 5th, 2013

ICICI Bank, India’s largest private sector bank, and Aircel have announced the launch of a mobile banking service – Mobile Money. Mobile Money, designed especially for the unbanked population, will enable customers of these two organizations to transfer money in a safe, secure and instant manner through their mobile phones without getting connected to data services.

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