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Rising Demand for Internet Connectivity, Online Payment to Enhance Future Growth for Payment Market

Telecom market Research announced its latest publication on “India Bills Payment Market Outlook to 2020 – Rising Internet Connectivity and Advent of Easy Methods of Online Payment to Enhance Future Growth” which provides a comprehensive analysis of the online bills payment market in India.

The bills payment market in India has witnessed rapid rise in last five years, supported by substantial growth in number of smartphone shipments and internet users. Bills payment market will continue to grow at a considerable pace in the next few years owing to rise in number of active customer base and growing adoption of online mode of payment as well as mobile wallet in the country with discount schemes and coupons available. The online bill payment market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 31.5% from FY’2016-FY’2020.

The market for bills payment in India is expected to find a growing demand due to technological advancements, expansion in demand for utility and mobile services and growing internet connectivity in the Tier II and Tier III cities in the future on account of increasing affordability. The market is expected to be driven by increased transparency with respect to payment methods and safety mechanisms by online bill payment companies and attractive discounts offered for new users.

Furthermore, introduction of mobile are expected to further fuel the market growth. Rapid growth in internet population and easy and hassle free method of bill payments are major growth drivers for the overall bills payment market of India. Online utility bills payment market is going to remain the key component in the online bills payment space with 53.5% market share in the online bills payment market.

“The online bill payment market is becoming highly competitive with number of funded players operating in the segment which are incurring high customer acquisition cost to gain market share. Customer enjoys a high bargaining power with a choice of processing the payment via third party payment portals, banks, mobile wallets and billers portal and their decision to choose a payment mechanism is highly dependent upon the discounting or cash back schemes available to them.”, according to the Research Analyst, Telecom Market Research.

The report titled “India Bills Payment Market Outlook to 2020” provides detailed overview on the bills payment market segment and helps readers to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in coming years. The report will be useful for existing bills payment market players, banks, mobile wallets companies, new startups emerging in this segment to understand where to position in the market and align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in the future.

Companies Covered in the Report: Airtel Money, Vodafone M-Pesa, Paytm, Freecharge, Mobikwik, Recharge It Now, Oxigen, Bill Desk, Suvidhaa, Easy Bill, CC Avenues, Citrus Pay

Products Covered in the Report: Utility Bill payment, Mobile Prepaid Recharges, Postpaid bill payment, DTH recharge, Datacard Recharge, Third Party Billers, Third Party Payment Portals, Banks, Mobile Wallets, Biller’s Portal, Online Bill Payment, Offline Bill Payment

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