QLC Chain, a decentralized Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) provider, has announced upcoming “top-up” support for all mobile providers in Singapore and Indonesia. Mobile subscribers of the Singtel, Starhub, M1, Axis, Indosat, Telkomsel, and Tri telecommunication network providers will be able to recharge mobile minutes at a discounted rate when using QLC tokens. QLC Chain expects to integrate support for these new networks into its Q-Wallet by the end of December 2019.

In addition to the 1.4 billion mobile subscribers served in China, QLC Chain is seeking to further increase its foothold in South-Eastern Asia, Singapore, and Indonesia markets that contain approximately 200 million people.

Topping up through the Q-Wallet application will offer a 5% discount to Indonesian and Singaporean mobile subscribers that use QLC tokens for payment.

When a user recharges their mobile plan through a top-up, Q-Wallet will issue a communication expense receipt, which utilizes QGAS as the fuel token to generate the invoice. QGAS is burnt in the invoice generation process.

QLC Chain states that communication record data is as an individual’s digital asset. Data recorded on the blockchain includes the top-up value, paid QLC amount, payment time, and the transaction hash (txid) of the consumed QGAS.

Looking forward, QLC Chain plans to implement Indonesian language support into the Q-Wallet. Upon the launch of the Q-Wallet update, QLC Chain aims to coordinate a promotional campaign with bounties included.

The full announcement can be found at the link below: