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Launch of 10Digi - An innovative mobile telecom service

Ding Dong. Who? Your Sim Card at your door step Sir.
This is no more just a thought, but a reality. Softage Information Technology, providing services in document management came out with an innovative initiative '10Digi', truly representing their tagline- “Ab Ghar Baithe Sim Mangvao”. This application enables Mobile Technology users to purchase sim cards, dongal and data cards online.  10Digit.com has tied up with Reliance, Tata and Idea in their initial phase. Mr. Ozair Yasin, Co-founder and MD of 10Digi, Sherjil Ozair- an IIT Delhi alumnus and also a Co-founder and CTO of 10Digi; and dignitaries from the likes of Reliance, Tata and Idea were present to grace the occasion.

Until recent times, to buy any of these services the user had to physically go to a store and provide the necessary documents. In today’s busy life style, people hardly get time from work to get these services. With 10Digi a user can order these services online. The nearest services provider will come to the door step for verification and collection of documents. Not only this, the user can also compare types of plans, number portability, recharge and bill payment using payment methods preferred in e-commerce domain. The sim cards will be activated in 1 to 4 hours as compared to 8 to 24 hours.

The company aims to tap 5% of the market in initial one year. It is also in talks with other service providers to expand its bandwidth.


10Digi provides hassle free, cashless, paperless service to the users !

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