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Kolkata’s DigicableComm launches utility service app for LCOs
MUMBAI: Multi-system operator (MSO) DigicableComm, a joint venture between Digicable and Kolkata’s Multicon Group, has launched a first-of-its-kind utility service app called ‘Complete E-Payment Solution’.
Initially, the mobile app will be available only to the local cable operators (LCOs) and will allow them to provide a wide array of hassle-free utility services at the doorstep of their customers. This value-added facility will present the LCOs another source of income.
Customers can avail this facility from their LCOs to make instant payments for services such as credit card, electricity and mobile bill payments, DTH recharge/mobile recharge, cash deposit in user’s own bank account, train and flight ticket booking, and movie ticket booking at a nominal cost.
As a confirmation of the payment, a real-time receipt will be sent to the customers’ registered mobile number with no added cost.
The company has associated with leading banks, mobile/DTH/airline operators, Indian Railways and The Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC) to provide the utility solution services.
Multicon Group and DigicableComm Services chairperson Dileep Singh Mehta said, “Being an operator-friendly MSO, we always strive to enhance our services and provide new opportunities to the local cable operators. This facility will not only help the LCOs to enhance their earnings, but will also enable the customers to make most of the essential utility service-related transactions from the comfort of their home and on a secured and accountable network. This product is a win-win for all.”
DigicableComm’s permanent licence for Kolkata was cancelled due to denial of security clearance by thr Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). The Calcutta High Court has stayed the ministry’s cancellation order till final orders.