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03-Nov2017

ICICI Bank unveils voice-based international remittance service

ICICI Bank has launched voice-based international remittance service on its Money2India application. This would enable a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) customer of the bank to send money to any bank in India via just a simple voice command to Apple's virtual voice assistant, Siri, on Apple iPhone/iPad.

ICICI Bank is the first bank in the country to leverage on Apple's virtual voice assistant to enable cross border remittances.


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