Coronoviruses have certainly stunted our economy, some lost their jobs, some saved some of those jobs through pay cuts. The current situation has led to the adoption of technology in particular when it comes to payment. While we know that the digital platform is the way forward in the times to come, the country's lockdown has paved the way for technology development. There are many companies that have brought digital solutions for consumers.
It is that time of the month where we need to pay all our basic requirement bills, whatever they may be. During this cash crunch, we are telling you about some apps which help us to pay our bills, which can be quite useful for you. <! –
Paytm is India's leading payment gateway providing comprehensive payment services for customers and merchants. It provides mobile payment solutions to over 7 million merchants and allows consumers to make seamless mobile payments from cards, bank accounts and digital credit among others. Paytm has pioneered QR-based mobile payments in India. With the introduction of Paytm Payments Bank, Paytm aims to provide banking and financial services to under-served and under-served Indians. Our investors include SoftBank, SAIF Partners, Alibaba Group and Ant Financial.
Simpl is an app that allows consumers to buy and checkout in one click with subsequent functionality with payment to buy trust and provide strong buyer protection. Simplicity works with merchants and financial institutions to enable a world where every monetary interaction is smooth and transparent. As a leader in the 'Pay later' space, the platform is working closely with some of the top merchants – Dunjoy, BigBasket, 1mg, Licious, Furlenco, etc.
The blockchain-based platform XPay is a well-known name in India. Jeevan offers a range of digital payment services, including touch screen ATP kiosks, web, mobile apps, POS devices, and others. The platform caters to both B2B and B2C segments. The company providing the highest level of transparency during the transaction. It has partnered with leading banks to further expand its reach.
XPay.Life has completed 1 lakh transactions of INR 5 Cr after the launch of its beta version in 2019. The company provides services in 50K plus PIN code locations in 18K cities in India. In the last ten months, it has claimed to achieve month-on-month growth. People can pay for their electricity, mobile prepaid and postpaid services, DTH, broadband, LPG, loan EMI, etc. through the Expe Life app and web version. The platform has 253 billers in Tier 1 and 2 cities and has extensive access to 50000+ PIN codes in Tier 3 and Tier 4 cities across India.
Freecharge is one of the popular mobile payment apps in India owned by Axis Bank. Customers use this application to recharge their mobile phones, pay utility bills, shop online, and use the unique 'Chat N Pay' service. Freecharge wallet service was launched in September 2015, and has since introduced a number of attractive features.
The platform enables users to search for retailers (brick-and-mortar stores, e-com websites, M-COM apps, billers, telcos) and make payments at such retailers in 1-tap. International recharge is another rare service that MobiKwik has recently enabled. This enables users to recharge. However other than that PhonePe and Google Pay There are some other platforms, through which you can do this.