Chennai-based on-line aggregation platform Komparify on Thursday introduced the acquisition of app-based cellular plans platform Ireff for an undisclosed quantity, aiming to increase its presence in pay as you go plans software house and broaden its cellular app capabilities.

Komparify helps customers discover and select the very best plan to recharge, pay payments and purchase new connections utilizing a wide range of wallets and fee choices and combination the very best cellular, DTH and broadband plans from over a 100 operators throughout India.

Ireff is a Bengaluru-based start-up that delivers contemporary pay as you go plan info with a clear person interface (UI) through its cellular app. 

“We’re proud to amass this asset and convey option to Ireff clients to find plans from extra companies and permit transactions utilizing India’s most innovative fee merchandise,” stated Jigar Doshi, Co-Founder, Komparify. 

The Chennai-based firm plans to run each apps – Komparify and Ireff – independently with its present staff. 

The strategic acquisition integrates suggestion know-how with transaction know-how to boost the present in addition to new person expertise. 

Publish the acquisition, Ireff’s staff is constructing a hyper-local commerce platform referred to as Zopnote as an modern cloud answer to deal with the ache factors of distributors and improve comfort for finish clients doing commerce.

“With Komparify, our customers will now be capable to do the identical for post-paid cellular, DTH and streaming films,” stated Nizam Mohideen, Founder-CEO, Ireff.

This growth goes to proceed with Komparify’s plans to launch a streaming leisure part by aggregating films, TV exhibits, sports activities and reside TV from varied OTT streaming companies, with the performance of the leisure part additionally rolling out on Ireff’s app. 

Presently, Komparify has over 5 million customers and plans to double the person base to 10 million customers, the corporate claimed.


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