Idea Money, Idea Cellular’s prepaid wallet service, increased its registered user base to 12 million at the end of December 2017, growing 5.9% from 12.3 million in the preceding quarter. On a year-on-year basis, the number of registered wallet users increased 86% from 7 million. The increase in registered users isn't leading to more transactions, though. The total number of transactions for the quarter stood at 2.26 million, down 9.03% from 2.48 million in the preceding quarter, and 45.47% down from 4.14 million last year. The value of the transactions also declined 15.6% QoQ to Rs 140.1 crore, almost the same as 140 crore in the same quarter last year. Here are some calculations: Average Transaction Value: Rs 621 per transaction, down 7.17% from Rs 669 per transaction last quarter, and 83.7% up from Rs 338 per transaction in Q3-FY17 Average transactions per wallet: 0.17, down 14.1% from 0.2 per wallet last quarter, and down 70.7% from 0.59 per wallet last year. Average amount transacted per wallet: Rs 107.52 per wallet, down 20.3% from Rs 143.91 last quarter, and down 46.2% from Rs 199.82 per wallet last year. Note that the company has not given out details about its domestic remittance service this quarter. In Q4 last year, Idea Money said that it processed remittances worth Rs 1186 crore in FY17 through its retail-assisted model. In addition to remittances, the retail assisted model will also allow users to pay bills and book tickets for other services. Idea Mobile Banking Services, which owns the wallet, as…
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