Bharti and J&K Bank join hands to offer ‘Airtel Money’ services
New Delhi, India, June 20, 2013: Airtel M Commerce Services Ltd (AMSL), a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel has joined hands with J&K Bank, to utilize bank’s 800 plus Khidmat Centers across the state for offering ‘airtel money’ services.
By airtel money, the users can load cash on their mobile devices and spend it to pay utility bills, recharge mobile phones, shop at merchant outlets and transact online.
Sriraman Jagannathan, CEO of M Commerce of Bharti Airtel, said,Today, we are seeing airtel money play a pivotal role in bringing un-banked millions of Indians into the banking fold, and are now honored to work with J&K Bank to proliferate the power of this service into deeper pockets of Jammu and Kashmir.”
O.P Sharma, Bank’s Executive President, said, “J&K Bank is religiously pursuing the e-Governance Project of the Government of India through the massive network of Khidmat Centres established by it. The idea is to translate J&K state’s quest for information, technology and knowledge into reality, We are glad to have associated with the Bharti Airtel to offer airtel money at our Khidmat outlets across rural and urban locations of the J&K state. We hope this association meets the public expectation and our organizational goals of transforming lives through effective intervention and add yet another significant service dimension to our Khidmat centres.”
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