In a recent interview with The Hindu, the co-founder of constellation pay, an online platform that facilitates payments between individuals and businesses, revealed that its users are split into two camps: Those who use its payment service to settle personal bills and those who prefer to pay bills with a company.
While it was announced that the two categories would be merged, the terms of the merger have not been made public.
The co-founders of constellation paid, which was founded in 2012, did not provide any financial details about its service.
It was established to facilitate payments between citizens and businesses for various purposes.
However, the founder did reveal that the current constellation pay app would be made available for free on its website on April 6.
He said that the service would be completely free, with no ads or in-app purchases.
The platform was also set to launch a payment portal that would allow individuals to pay their bills on their smartphone.
Comet Pay, which will be free on April 12, will be a payment app that will allow individuals and small businesses to pay for a wide variety of things.
The founders of constellation did not reveal how many customers they expect to see on the platform, but did say that it is targeting the business community.
It has already signed up over 100,000 individuals and 300,000 small businesses for its platform.
The company is planning to launch an app that would enable individuals to make payments from their smartphones in a few days.
The CEO of constellation, Aniruddha Singh, told The Hindu that the company is in talks with several banks to help it integrate the payment platform.
He also said that it has been working on creating an app for its own mobile payment platform called Cessation.
The app will enable individuals and business to settle debts and provide services for them.
Singh also revealed that the cofounder of the platform had decided to leave the company to focus on the company’s new platform.