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Videocon d2h enables subscription recharge through Vodafone m-pesa

MUMBAI: Videocon d2h has tied up with Vodafone’s money transfer service m-pesa, which will allow the DTH operator’s 15 million subscribers to recharge their monthly subscription service.

This tie-up will facilitate a simple, convenient and on-demand recharge facility on the proven m-pesa platform. Additionally, the 1,20,000+ Vodafone m-pesa CashIn points will also accept recharge for Videocon d2h, thus providing additional convenience to customers.

Saurabh DhootVideocon d2h executive chairman Saurabh Dhoot said, “I am delighted at our strategic tie-up with Vodafone to enable recharge using their well-established m-pesa digital wallet and at the Vodafone outlets. It will give our customers an easy and powerful way to recharge their d2h account at their convenience.”

Vodafone m-pesa business head Suresh Sethi said, “This tie-up with Videocon d2h gives us an opportunity to serve better both Videocon d2h and Vodafone subscribers by providing a safe, secure and convenient mode to pay for services, and we are sure that our partnership with Videocon d2h will go a long way towards achieving a larger objective of digitisation and financial access.”