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ToneTag launched VoiceSe UPI payments on feature phones in vernacular languages

ToneTag’s voice-based solution VoiceSe will currently permit clients to get to UPI digital payments through feature phones in their own provincial language.

The services will be accessible in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali as a part of the launch. Soon, the startup expects to extend the service to Gujarati, Marathi, and Punjabi. ToneTag has additionally joined forces with enormous public sector banks to offer its clients UPI 123Pay services. The stage additionally expressed that it was working with microfinance institutions (MFIs) to address collection issues straight via telephone. Users of feature phones can essentially dial the assigned IVR number and manage monetary exchanges using their voice as input. As per the organization, its VoiceSe service permits clients to make fund transfers, pay utility bills, inquire about account balances, and recharge, in addition to other things.

“In less than two months of the launch, we have onboarded over 1 Lakh users on the platform and witnessed more than 2 lakh transactions,” said ToneTag’s director of labs and cofounder Vivek Singh.

ToneTag is a sound-tech startup that to a great extent offers sound-based validation and proximity payment solutions catering to online and offline business fragments. ToneTag was founded by Vivek Singh and Kumar Abhishek in 2013.

 It likewise creates integrable software to deploy voice-based digital payment systems.

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