One can now buy eatables and cold drinks using debit or credit cards at suburban railway stations. Commuters can opt to use e-transaction instead of cash at the food stalls.
In a bid to promote cashless transactions, both the Western and Central Railways are extending the provision of these e-transactions apart from providing e-wallet as well.
The Central Railway (CR) began providing the e-wallet system and Point of Sale (POS) machines at food stalls in June 2017. The Central and Western Railways together have installed more than 1700 POS machines at 15 rail stations on a pilot basis. Read More…
Credit By : DNA India
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