Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Department (IRCTC) had launched ‘book now, pay later’ facility in 2017. Since then, the service has been received well by the users. Arthashastra Fintech Ltd, which provides the ePayLater service, has claimed that around 2.5 lakh IRCTC users opted for the service in the last three months between January and March. Akshat Saxena, Co-Founder, ePayLater, told ZeeBiz.com that the service is gaining popularity with more users opting for it.
“It has emerged as a popular service. The pick up of the service has been on a rise. A lot of customers have booked tatkal tickets using the service, many used the service as they were short on cash, and youngsters have loved the service. Read More
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