Wednesday, September 23, 2015

MTS has partnered with QIWI Post to install QIWI Post drop boxes in MTS shops in Russia. The first drop boxes have already been installed in Moscow, and boxes will be installed in five other cities by the end of the year. We expect this initiative to drive more traffic to our stores and increase the efficiency of our outlets by making the collection of orders placed through our Internet shop hassle-free. 

The drop boxes occupy an area of three square meters and are co-branded by MTS and QIWI Post. To pick up a delivery, customers simply need to enter their mobile phone number and confirmation code on the screen of the terminal.   

Qiwi Post provides automated delivery services to more than 200 of the largest online stores in Russia, including Ozon, MediaMarkt, Ulmart, Avon, Oriflame and Amway. QIWI Post has installed roughly 380 terminals in 21 Russian regions.


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