Triotech owns the overall project management, including
developing the end customer and retail application and portal, retail
channel management and Tier 1 and 2 services. BSNL will be implementing this project in two phases.
In phase-I only BSNL customers are to be covered. It includes BSNL Mobile Recharges, BSNL Landline Bill Payment, BSNL Post-Paid Bill Payments, BSNL Broadband Bill Payment & Data Card Bill Payment, Wallet to Wallet transactions, Wallet to SBI Bank A/c transactions, Wallet to other Bank A/c transactions etc.
In phase-II Other operators Recharges, DTH Recharges, Other Operator’s post-paid/Broadband Bill Payment, DBT (Direct Benefit Transfer), Govt Schemes & Pension Payment / Scholarship etc are to be covered.
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In July 2015, BSNL launched another Mobile wallet service – ‘Speed Pay’ – in association with Pyro & Andhra Bank. SpeedPay allows cash withdrawal upto Rs 1 lakh. See its details below:
- Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad inaugurated BSNL’s Mobile wallet service with cash withdrawal option
BSNL plans to retail this Mobile Wallet (m-wallet) service to customers through existing channel partners i.e., through Franchisees / Rural Distributors / Retailers network. Hence the PSU launched this new toll free short code ‘56163’ for the assistance of its channel partners. Calls made to this number will land in Triotech call centres where executives will resolve queries and complaints of franchise holders and retailers.
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