PhonePay’s ‘Gift in Amma Mama QR, one lakh every day’ gift scheme made public

PhonePay’s ‘Gift in Amma Mama QR, one lakh every day’ gift scheme made public

PhonePay Payment Service Limited has launched a gift scheme for its merchants, ‘Gifts at Ammama QR, 100,000 per day’.

The scheme is aimed at encouraging entrepreneurs across the country to make digital payments. The scheme will cover all the small and big businesses that have joined and want to join the PhonePay network and will be operational for three months from Shravan 13th.

Under this scheme, the merchant who receives QR payment every day will be able to earn one lakh rupees every day. The scheme will involve merchants from across the country who make payments through PhonePay.

To participate in this scheme, you have to be registered in PhonePay business and to participate in the gift scheme, you have to take daily payment through PhonePay.

To join PhonePay Business, you can download the PhonePay Business app and register yourself through your business’s PAN number. It will also be possible to become a merchant through a nearby bank and financial institution and digital wallet company.

The scheme will be attended by all traders who do business every day from 12 am to 11:59 pm. The winners of this scheme will be selected through lucky draw and the winner will be announced every day at 5 pm through Facebook Live of PhonePay Business.

In this scheme, most of the traders doing business through PhonePay are more likely to win. PhonePay Payment Services Limited is one of the leading and reputed payment system operators in Nepal licensed by NRB.

The PhonePay network includes 60 banks and financial institutions and more than 450,000 merchants.

It has been providing services to more than 13 million mobile banking users and more than 4.5 million payment service providers through its mobile apps.


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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

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