Nokia has partnered with YES bank in Pune to offer Nokia Money to its customers in a pilot project. This service will be called Mobile Money by YES Bank.

The pilot scheme will let people transfer money to another person simply by using the person’s mobile phone number. They’ll also be able to pay utility bills and top up SIM cards. Looking ahead, there will also be the facility to pay for goods and services.

Pune is one of newest metro cities of India and also one of the largest in the country.

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