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  • Indians are now using mobile wallets
  • Indians are now using mobile wallets
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Indians are now using mobile wallets

As people in India become more comfortable with making payments online, the country's leading mobile wallet service MobiKwik has launched the first money transfer service. The wallet-to-wallet feature lets its eight million users send money at the tap of a button.



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