The bill is intended to increase public use mobile services, according to the certificate to the document. The project will be considered by the lower house of the Parliament in plenary session on 10 November.
MOSCOW, 3 Nov. The state Duma Committee on financial market recommended the lower house of Parliament to approve in the first reading a government bill on the improvement of payment services using mobile communication.
“The purpose of the bill is the development of cooperation between the operator of electronic money and the carrier in the provision of services to a natural person — user of communication services and at the same time owner electronic funds (EDS),” — said in reference to the document.
Currently, the operator shall provide a physical person — the subscriber funds in order to increase the operator of electronic cash balance of the EMF. The bill proposes to Supplement the law “About national payment system” position, allowing the carrier to provide funds to the EF operator in favor of a natural person subscriber of a natural person user of a communication service that is used as a method of payment for communication services payment with deferred payment.
“The bill will increase public use mobile services that facilitate efficient payment, save time on the transaction and increase the availability of the state services”, — stated in reference to the bill.
Employees of organizations that use corporate numbers will be able to pay with these phones for various services, such as for Parking vehicles, while the phones can only pay the owners of private rooms, but you will be able to enter into a contract between the employer, i.e. the company and the service provider.
Also cancels the obligation of the subscribers each time to further confirm similar payments in the constant amount of the fee. We are talking about the simplify payment for trade services, a Parking space, travelling to different forms of public transport, payment of penalty, fines.
It is expected that the project will be considered by the lower house of the Parliament in plenary session on 10 November.