By Bishal Deep Basnet on Dec 23,2018 - 16:43
QPay Pvt Ltd Incorporated is a mobile-based payment app in Nepal that provides you with a ton of options. QPay users can make payments via their mobile devices for any service available in the QPay app. Not only that, but QPay is also partnered with a bunch of banks, giving you lots of options to get some funds into your account for necessary payments.
QPay works in a way that it helps everyone related to the app. Stakeholders, consumers, merchants, and financial institutions are all benefitting from this app as it makes convenience a thing for all the parties involved.
Currently, QPay is partnered with more than 45 Nepali banks with more than 1,500 merchants and more than 1,300 withdrawals. There are more than 1 lakh users for QPay in Nepal right now, and these numbers are expected to grow more and more.
With this application, the consumer can easily make payment for goods purchased and services rendered. Bill payment and fund transfer become systematic with the usage of this App. Similarly, users can easily link their bank accounts that will help them to deposit their QPay wallet funds in their respective bank accounts.
This feature in our app helps consumers to make payment of products purchased and or services availed, such as Retail Outlets (Clothing Stores, Shopping Marts, Grocery and others), Restaurants, Taxis and others.
This feature enables QPay consumers to instantly transfer funds between QPay users within QPay ecosystem.
This feature provides QPay consumers the convenience to make Bill Payments with just few clicks. Currently QPay users can make payments of their Phone Bills (NTC / Ncell / UTL / Smart Cell), Internet (Subisu / ADSL / Broadlink), Cable TV (Dish Home / Net TV / SIM TV ) and Electricity Bills.
This feature will allow QPay consumers to withdraw funds from their QPay wallet through various QPay merchant locations; this feature can be very useful when you need instant access to fun
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