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Hathway partners MobiKwik for cashless payment of subscription fee
NEW DELHI: Multi-system operator (MSO) Hathway Cable & Datacom has signed an exclusive partnership with mobile wallet major MobiKwik for cashless payment of bills.
The association will enable customers of Hathway Digital cable in paying their bills within seconds using MobiKwik app.
MobiKwik chief business officer Vineet K. Singh said, “MobiKwik is honoured to support a cashless India and urges people to transact with wallets and digital money as much as possible. Our association with Hathway is another step to reach out and work towards our mission of digitalising the country. This association will help the customers of Hathway in paying their cable bills seamlessly and securely, within seconds.”
Hathway Cable and Datacom CEO Video business TS Panesar added, “Apart from enhancing customer experience, this partnership also benefits our entire LCO (local cable operator) community, considering it reduces the difficulties of cash collections faced by them and ensures real time payments thereby having services activated in real time. More importantly, in an era where digital payments are being preferred, enabling such an offering was a priority and with MobiKwik we have found the right partner.”
MobiKwik has over 55 million plus users on its platform and currently powers payments for IRCTC, NHAI, GSRTC, Meru Cabs, Big Bazaar, MakeMyTrip, OYO Rooms, Zomato, PVR, Archies, WHSmith India, BookMyShow, Grofers, Big Basket, Dominos, Burger King, Pizza Hut, eBay, ShopClues, Myntra, Jabong, Pepperfry, Barista, Food Panda, Nearbuy, Van Heusen and Allen Solly, among others. The company serves over 1.5 million merchants and 55 million plus users in the country.