"Mobile Transfer" now in Beeline

We recently wrote about the "Real Friend" service launched on August 15 in the MTS network. We are talking about the ability to quickly and without unnecessary hassle to transfer a certain amount of money from one phone to another. From September 4, a similar service begins to function in the Beeline network. One could confine oneself to a simple statement of fact in a short news, but this service is implemented in Beeline in a slightly different way and I would like to note a number of important features.

The main difference between "Mobile Transfer" Beeline and "True Friend" MTS is geographical. In Beeline, you can transfer money between accounts throughout Russia, in MTS the mutual exchange of virtual banknotes is possible only between residents of Moscow, Moscow, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Kostroma, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver, Tula and Yaroslavl regions.

The number and total amount of money transfers in MTS are not limited, the only limit is the maximum amount of one transfer is $10. Beeline has the same limit on the maximum amount of a single transfer (up to $10 or up to 300 rubles) and an additional limit on the total amount: you can transfer up to 1,500 rubles or up to $50 in ruble equivalent within one day.

MTS subscribers have the right to "dispose" of the funds on their personal accounts, regardless of their origin, including a part of the starting balance. The only condition is that the balance on the "donor's" account cannot be less than $3. In addition, the transferred amount is immediately "virtualized" and will not be returned to the subscriber even if the contract is terminated. In Beeline, the subscriber receives the right to transfer money from his account only after he has spent at least $ 10 or 300 rubles on communication services, i.e. in any case, it will not be possible to move part of the starting balance to another account.

In MTS, the command to transfer money is given by sending a paid SMS message, additional verification is not required, and only the "donor" subscriber receives confirmation of the transfer. In Beeline, this service is free and is managed by the USSD team. Quote from the company's press release:

"To make a transfer, just dial the command *145*[number of the recipient subscriber in ten-digit format]*[transfer amount]#, indicating the amount in the currency of the sender's tariff plan - in dollars or rubles without cents or kopecks. After that, call you will receive a message containing a three-digit code about the need to confirm the transfer of funds. To confirm the transfer, you must dial the command: *145*CONFIRMATION CODE#. Services of transfer and replenishment of telephone personal accounts are free."

However, despite all these differences, the purpose and functioning of the systems are not much different from each other. The main thing is that such services exist and work. It remains to be hoped that in the foreseeable future something similar will be organized in the MegaFon network. In conclusion, I would like to once again remind you of possible abuses. For example, in the Beeline-Ukraine network, a similar system has been operating for a long time and it is probably not by chance that the corresponding warning is included in the Subscriber's Directory.

"Mobile Transfer" now in Beeline

We recently wrote about the "Real Friend" service launched on August 15 in the MTS network. We are talking about the ability to quickly and without any hassle to transfer a certain amount of money from one phone to another. From September 4, a similar service begins to function in the Beeline network. One could confine oneself to a simple statement of fact in a short news, but this service is implemented in Beeline in a slightly different way and I would like to note a number of important features.

The main difference between "Mobile Transfer" Beeline and "True Friend" MTS is geographical. In Beeline, you can transfer money between accounts throughout Russia, in MTS the mutual exchange of virtual banknotes is possible only between residents of Moscow, Moscow, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Kostroma, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver, Tula and Yaroslavl regions.

The number and total amount of money transfers in MTS are not limited, the only limit is the maximum amount of one transfer is $10. Beeline has the same limit on the maximum amount of a single transfer (up to $10 or up to 300 rubles) and an additional limit on the total amount: you can transfer up to 1,500 rubles or up to $50 in ruble equivalent within one day.

MTS subscribers have the right to "dispose" of the funds on their personal accounts, regardless of their origin, including a part of the starting balance. The only condition is that the balance on the "donor's" account cannot be less than $3. In addition, the transferred amount is immediately "virtualized" and will not be returned to the subscriber even if the contract is terminated. In Beeline, the subscriber receives the right to transfer money from his account only after he has spent at least $ 10 or 300 rubles on communication services, i.e. in any case, it will not be possible to move part of the starting balance to another account.

In MTS, the command to transfer money is given by sending a paid SMS message, additional verification is not required, and only the "donor" subscriber receives confirmation of the transfer. In Beeline, this service is free and is managed by the USSD team. Quote from the company's press release:

"To make a transfer, just dial the command *145*[number of the recipient subscriber in ten-digit format]*[transfer amount]#, indicating the amount in the currency of the sender's tariff plan - in dollars or rubles without cents or kopecks. After that, call you will receive a message containing a three-digit code about the need to confirm the transfer of funds. To confirm the transfer, you must dial the command: *145*CONFIRMATION CODE#. Services of transfer and replenishment of telephone personal accounts are free."

However, despite all these differences, the purpose and functioning of the systems are not much different from each other. The main thing is that such services exist and work. It remains to be hoped that in the foreseeable future something similar will be organized in the MegaFon network. And in conclusion, I would like to once again remind you of possible abuses. For example, in the Beeline-Ukraine network, a similar system has been operating for a long time, and it is probably not by chance that the corresponding warning is included in the Subscriber's Handbook.

"Mobile Transfer" now in Beeline

We recently wrote about the "Real Friend" service launched on August 15 in the MTS network. We are talking about the ability to quickly and without any hassle to transfer a certain amount of money from one phone to another. From September 4, a similar service begins to function in the Beeline network. One could confine oneself to a simple statement of fact in a short news, but this service is implemented in Beeline in a slightly different way and I would like to note a number of important features.

The main difference between "Mobile Transfer" Beeline and "True Friend" MTS is geographical. In Beeline, you can transfer money between accounts throughout Russia, in MTS the mutual exchange of virtual banknotes is possible only between residents of Moscow, Moscow, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Kostroma, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver, Tula and Yaroslavl regions.

The number and total amount of money transfers in MTS are not limited, the only limit is the maximum amount of one transfer is $10. Beeline has the same limit on the maximum amount of a single transfer (up to $10 or up to 300 rubles) and an additional limit on the total amount: you can transfer up to 1,500 rubles or up to $50 in ruble equivalent within one day.

MTS subscribers have the right to "dispose" of the funds on their personal accounts, regardless of their origin, including a part of the starting balance. The only condition is that the balance on the "donor's" account cannot be less than $3. In addition, the transferred amount is immediately "virtualized" and will not be returned to the subscriber even if the contract is terminated. In Beeline, the subscriber receives the right to transfer money from his account only after he has spent at least $ 10 or 300 rubles on communication services, i.e. in any case, it will not be possible to move part of the starting balance to another account.

In MTS, the command to transfer money is given by sending a paid SMS message, additional verification is not required, and only the "donor" subscriber receives confirmation of the transfer. In Beeline, this service is free and is managed by the USSD team. Quote from the company's press release:

"To make a transfer, just dial the command *145*[number of the recipient subscriber in ten-digit format]*[transfer amount]#, indicating the amount in the currency of the sender's tariff plan - in dollars or rubles without cents or kopecks. After that, call you will receive a message containing a three-digit code about the need to confirm the transfer of funds. To confirm the transfer, you must dial the command: *145*CONFIRMATION CODE#. Services of transfer and replenishment of telephone personal accounts are free."

However, despite all these differences, the purpose and functioning of the systems are not much different from each other. The main thing is that such services exist and work. It remains to be hoped that in the foreseeable future something similar will be organized in the MegaFon network. In conclusion, I would like to once again remind you of possible abuses. For example, in the Beeline-Ukraine network, a similar system has been operating for a long time and it is probably not by chance that the corresponding warning is included in the Subscriber's Directory.

"Mobile Transfer" now in Beeline

We recently wrote about the "Real Friend" service launched on August 15 in the MTS network. We are talking about the ability to quickly and without any hassle to transfer a certain amount of money from one phone to another. From September 4, a similar service begins to function in the Beeline network. One could confine oneself to a simple statement of fact in a short news, but this service is implemented in Beeline in a slightly different way and I would like to note a number of important features.

The main difference between "Mobile Transfer" Beeline and "True Friend" MTS is geographical. In Beeline, you can transfer money between accounts throughout Russia, in MTS the mutual exchange of virtual banknotes is possible only between residents of Moscow, Moscow, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Kostroma, Ryazan, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver, Tula and Yaroslavl regions.

The number and total amount of money transfers in MTS are not limited, the only limit is the maximum amount of one transfer is $10. Beeline has the same limit on the maximum amount of a single transfer (up to $10 or up to 300 rubles) and an additional limit on the total amount: you can transfer up to 1,500 rubles or up to $50 in ruble equivalent within one day.

MTS subscribers have the right to "dispose" of the funds on their personal accounts, regardless of their origin, including a part of the starting balance. The only condition is that the balance on the "donor's" account cannot be less than $3. In addition, the transferred amount is immediately "virtualized" and will not be returned to the subscriber even if the contract is terminated. In Beeline, the subscriber receives the right to transfer money from his account only after he has spent at least $ 10 or 300 rubles on communication services, i.e. in any case, it will not be possible to move part of the starting balance to another account.

In MTS, the command to transfer money is given by sending a paid SMS message, additional verification is not required, and only the "donor" subscriber receives confirmation of the transfer. In Beeline, this service is free and is managed by the USSD team. Quote from the company's press release:

"To make a transfer, just dial the command *145*[number of the recipient subscriber in ten-digit format]*[transfer amount]#, indicating the amount in the currency of the sender's tariff plan - in dollars or rubles without cents or kopecks. After that, call you will receive a message containing a three-digit code about the need to confirm the transfer of funds. To confirm the transfer, you must dial the command: *145*CONFIRMATION CODE#. Services of transfer and replenishment of telephone personal accounts are free."

However, despite all these differences, the purpose and functioning of the systems are not much different from each other. The main thing is that such services exist and work. It remains to be hoped that in the foreseeable future something similar will be organized in the MegaFon network. In conclusion, I would like to once again remind you of possible abuses. For example, in the Beeline-Ukraine network, a similar system has been operating for a long time and it is probably not by chance that the corresponding warning is included in the Subscriber's Directory.