Intex 'MyWallet' Now Available For All Android Users

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NEW DELHI: In line with government's Digital India vision, domestic mobile manufacturer Intex Technologies on Monday expanded their in-house e-payment App Intex "MyWallet" to all android users.



MyWallet is equipped with payment options across segments, ranging from recharging the phone to paying utility bills like postpaid, gas, electricity, DTH and landline, etc., with a single click.



"Our mobile payment ecosystem is one of our core digital drivers and with this expansion our m-wallet services are now available to all android users on Google PlayStore, making day-to-day transactional needs easy," said Vineet Singh, Head (VAS) Intex Technologies, in a statement.



Powered by Tata mRupee with a secure back-end technology, Intex "MyWallet" users will be rewarded for accessing content and other utilities which will help them earn loyalty bonus points.



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Source: IANS
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