Payments company PayPal, has announced a partnership with Mumbai Metro for online recharge payments, thus entering into the mass transit sector, Firstpost has reported.
Thus commuters can now recharge their smart cards online aided by PayPal’s security mechanism. The facility is also available on the mobile, and commuters can recharge their smart cards from their internet-enabled mobile phones.
Devendra Trivedi, Director, Channel Partnerships, PayPal India says, “Just as Mumbai Metro’s rapid transit system is designed to make the lives of Mumbaikars easier by decongesting the city, PayPal’s globally-trusted payment platform is designed to make the lives of customers easier by offering a seamless and safe payment experience”. Read More
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