10digi services launched in Delhi-NCR

NEW DELHI: 10digi- a web and app based aggregator platform launched its services in Delhi-NCR region, by recruiting 500 mobile retailers (MRs).

The company has invested over 75 lakhs in the initial phase and a further investment of Rs. 2 crores for the Delhi-NCR market will be made.

The event was graced by Aproov Mehrotra, Business Head Vodafone, Delhi Circle. and spokesperson from other telecom providers.

​​The company provides complimentary delivery of dongles and sim cards within the region and the platform allows user to pick service providers, compare plans, mobile number portability, recharge and bill payment options using ​​various payment methods preferred in the e-commerce domain. The company also boasts of immediate activation through E-KYC.

Mr. OzairYasin, Co-founder & Director, 10digi said, “We are pleased to announce 10digi’s foray into the
​​Delhi market, presenting this attractive/one-of-a-kind offering for businesses across India. This will provide us the first mover’s advantage in the market,where we intend to tap 5% of the customer base across 135 cities within a year. To accomplish this, we will hire 10,000 MRs across India in a phased manner. We intend to provide end-to-end telecom products before exploring other industry productsin future.”

The company is open to investments in their innovative venture as up till now the parent company SoftAge Information Technology Limited has been providing a steady stream of funding for the entrepreneurial venture of SherjilOzair.

“The mix of GPS tracker technology and CRM services has lead to the development of this service; inspiration has been derived from the discovery of various services utilising seamless technology, now MRs around your location can be found to deliver the telecom products at your doorstep at the time of your choice. We are committed to develop this service to a larger scale, however have opted for telecom products to begin with.” added SherjilOzair, Co-founder & CTO, 10digi.

10digi has already tied up with Vodafone, Idea and Tata, providing their productsto consumers and will positively add other prominent service providers to their platform.

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