State Bank of India has launched Mobicash Easy, a prepaid mobile wallet service that allows users to transfer funds and make bill payment among others, reports PTI (via Business Standard). The service has been initially launched in Delhi and Mumbai, and will be eventually rolled out in other regions. The application has been developed by Oxigen Services Pvt Ltd. SBI's Mobicash Easy wallet provides customers with services such as cash deposit, transfer from wallet to wallet, transfer from wallet to SBI bank account, transfer from wallet to another bank account, mobile/utility payments, DTH/prepaid mobile recharge. Mobicash easy users can deposit money into the wallet, request mini statement, and request a reversal of transaction. It should be noted that as per RBI's regulation, users cannot withdraw cash from SBI's Mobicash Easy prepaid wallet. How to use the service: Customers will have to download the SBI Mobicash on their smartphone device. Once downloaded, users can either login or register for an SBI Mobicash account by sending an SMS SMBC*date of birth (DDMMYY)*Name to 9870888888. Upon registeration users will receive an mpin via SMS. Users can login to the app using their mobile number and mpin number. It should be noted that it's not mandatory to hold an SBI account to use SBI Mobicash Easy. We tried to register a Mobicash account but haven't received our mpin number, at the time of writing this article. Since the service does not require users to submit 'know your customer' (KYC) documents, SBI Mobicash Easy has a limit to transactions. However, SBI…
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