Author: Jagdish Kumar, India
Singapore based financial technologies company, LALA World has recently launched its Blockchain based payment application in India.
The company has not only launched its services in India, but also in 15 other countries, which was announced recently including UAE.
Not only LALA World App users are able to top-up their mobile phone’s network on the go but they can also make recharges for any mobile phone network belonging to 15 other countries including Afghanistan, Russia, British Indian Ocean Territory Armenia, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Israel, Tajikistan, Turkey &Yemen.
However, to avail the service, one needs to have access to iOS store, from where the application can be downloaded for usage. The company App is already available on android built Play Store platform.
Any iphone user can use the service to carry out a wide range of utility bill payments and recharges with a wide range of service providers.
Speaking on this, LALA World CEO Sankalp Shangari said that LALA World App was launched to facilitate financial ease and flexibility. Through the App, we offer dedicated financial support and realize our vision of empowering diverse user categories by bringing them on Blockchain.
We launched the iOS version of the LALA World App to ensure that iPhone users in India and UAE get hassle-free access to financial services across multiple geographies. The app’s interface is extremely easy to understand and use while offering high levels of security and efficiency being based on Blockchain, Shangari added.
The App will allow Indian users to avail services like Prepaid, DTH, and Data Card top-ups and online recharges offered by 29 different services providers.
Apart from recharges, users can use the App to make utility bill payments such as telephone, gas, broadband, electricity and post-paid mobile bills of more than 25 different utility service providers in India. These payments are secure, fast and enabled with swift support from the LALA World App, the company said in a statement.