In a push towards more cashless transactions, passengers will now be able to book their rail tickets via UTS mobile app by using wallets like Paytm and Mobikwik.
Though the UTS app was launched on October 9, 2015 there were few takers as facilities provided were inadequate, and passengers did not feeling safe about their tickets. Earlier, the cash balance could be recharged only through the Railway’s R-wallet and internet banking. The ticket could be presented only as soft copy, and a copy was not available should the phone’s battery run low, or in case of theft of or change in handset. Read More…
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