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JET AIRWAYS TICKETS THROUGH JETWALLET AND HUTCH
 


Hutch, Jet unveil M-Ticketing

Buy Jet Airways tickets online through JetWallet on Htch GPRS service.

February 25, 2007: M-Ticketing has arrived. Mobile player Hutch and Jet Airways have jointly announced a pioneering initiative called M-ticketing. Developed by an US-based company called C-Sam, M-ticketing will enable Hutch customers with GPRS-enabled phones, who are also Jet Privilege (JP) members, to make booking, payments, and generate e-tickets on their phones, aid a report.

Jet Privilege members just need to download the secure JetWallet application on to their GPRS-enabled Hutch phones to avail of this facility. Users can book tickets using their unique activation code generated while downloading, pay using credit cards, and generate e-tickets on domestic sectors in Indian currency, it added.

Once the process is done, the e-tickets generated will be automatically emailed to the userís email address, which can be printed and used to gain entry inside the airport as well as for check-in using valid photo identification.

Sources said that the new facility also enables e-tickets to be used to web check-in. This is expected to provide customers a seamless and convenient option to book, pay, and print their boarding pass using mobile-ticketing and web check-in. The member will receive the booking details on his Hutch phone via SMS.

M-ticketing also lets the user to view past tickets, change, cancel, and refund the e-tickets booked through JetWallet.

 

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