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MNP In India

Are you sick of your operator?  Does your operator have poor coverage? Frequent call drops? Helpless customer care? That’s so embarrassing, right? You may want to switch the network for

Value Added Services: the world in your hands

A mobile phone has became an essential personal device for every Indian. One can see a mobile phone in the hands of a vegetable vendor, a businessman, a grandma and

Calling India from Gulf?

Middle – East ( aka Gulf ) is a popular destination for Indian workers from Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and other southern states. Proximity to India, good wages for skilled labor,

Google needs help!

Google Adwords urgently needs a better payment gateway in India. They are using Times Direcpay which has taken Adwords payments from my bank account and others and not yet credited

Download Mobikwik’s Mobile Recharge API

Now, you can download Mobile Recharge API from the API tab above. There are two documents : API.doc which gives details of the the http based API and mapping.xls which

East is East.

We have finally nailed BSNL at an all India level , with the addition of support for the following locations : Assam, Rest of NorthEast, Orissa, Bihar and Jharkhand, Kolkata

Announcing the world’s first open mobile recharge API!

We at mobikwik have managed to do that no one has done yet. We have created an open web based API which can be used to recharge or top-up your

@Wharton Interview,Rajesh Jain talks about neutral app stores

Rajesh Jain is a proven entreprenuer who is bullish today on the idea of operator independent mobile application/services store in India.  He is one of the very few mobile/telecom guys

The Indian Mobile Wars – Part 2 Innovation in Mobile Services

At 400+ million mobile subscribers, India is the fastest growing mobile market in the world. Very Soon, it could overtake China to become the biggest. How does this size help?

The Indian mobile wars- Part 1 : The Intro

The Indian mobile battles are fast turning ugly. Given the declining call rates and increasing competition, the picture on the mobile landscape is changing every minute.  We are beginning a