MWC 2010: Nokia, Yes Bank Start Mobile Payment Facility

Though Nokia hasn't announced any new phones at this years' MWC in Barcelona the company has announced a few services. One of them being with our very own home grown Yes Bank.

The Finnish mobile phone giant has teamed up with Yes Bank to bring to India a live commercial pilot scheme of Nokia Money.

The service will test debut in Pune and will be called Mobile Money Services.

This scheme will let people transfer money to other people by using the person’s mobile phone number. The scheme will also allow users to pay utility bills and top up SIM cards.

Read more here.

Published Date: Feb 16, 2010 12:53 pm | Updated Date: Feb 16, 2010 12:53 pm