Use a mobile to get pension: Mobile 2.0 research findings receives media coverage in New Delhi

Posted on November 10, 2009  /  0 Comments

“The government is spending a lot on e-governance by putting up kiosks in villages. These kiosks cost a lot and need electricity, which is not always available in rural areas. An internet kiosk costs the government about Rs 1.5 lakh, while this would cost Rs 22,000.”

Financial Chronicle (New Delhi edition) quoted Subhash Bhatnagar, adjunct professor, IIM-A who did a Mobile 2.0 study for LIRNEasia on m-government – use of mobile handsets for delivering government services.

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