May 21, 2013
Mumbai, May 9th 2013 - ICICI Bank Limited, India’s largest private sector bank, now offers the “Money2India Mobile Application” across popular smart phones to help Non-Resident Indians (“NRIs”) track their money transfers to India – anytime, anywhere.
This application enables the registered users of ICICI Bank’s money transfer tracking service - Money2India (www.money2india.com), who have been tracking money transfers via desktops and laptops, to do the same through their smart phones. This secure application can be downloaded from the iOS App Store for iPhones and iPads, Android Marketplace and Windows 8 Store across five countries namely the US, Canada, UK, Singapore and Hong Kong.
An ICICI Bank spokesperson said, “The Bank has been offering customer-centric and innovative solutions to NRIs. With the Money2India Mobile Application now available across popular platforms for smart phones, the Bank aims at providing the users of Money2India.com unprecedented ease and convenience of use so that they can now easily track exchange rates, status of their money transfer requests and place new requests for tracking from their mobile phones.”
ICICI Bank has also launched a Facebook page to stay socially connected with NRIs worldwide. NRIs can 'Like' the ICICI Bank NRI Service Facebook page to get information on NRI-specific products and services, interesting snapshots of India and also participate in online events.
Money2India (www.money2india.com) is a popular online money transfer tracking service offered to NRIs by ICICI Bank, for over a decade. With over a million registered user base, it is a preferred online service for tracking money transfers to India with round the clock customer service availability. To use this service, a user needs to complete a simple one-time online registration at Money2India.com and can avail the online service for tracking money transfers from any bank in 8 countries namely USA, Canada, UK, Sweden, Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong and UAE to any account with over 100 banks in India.
Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker