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HDFC Bank Onchat is now active on Facebook Messenger to Pay Bills

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HDFC Bank Onchat is now active and users can access it through Facebook messenger. The chatbot is one of the big things going to happen in the next generation and getting things done.

It discovers the easiest way to bank with HDFC Bank OnChat. For that, users need facebook messenger. The users can start chatting to recharge your mobile phones, pay your utility bills, postpaid mobile, electricity, DTH, data card, and you can also book a cab from Ola user.

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They are providing mobile recharge for all major service and providers. This onchat automatically recommends best plans for you. Bill payments can also done, You can pay your mobile postpaid bill, Pay your utility bills for DTH, Electricity, Water, Gas, Landline and DataCard.

This HDFC Bank Onchat is also used to book the cabs, and it will select your nearest cab and give you information about that cab. Soon this onchat is going to introduce many facilities like hotel booking, bus booking, flight tickets and event tickets.

In the past, Freecharge and WhatsApp have also partnered to make payments through the chat messaging service, and now HDFC is on the same path, it has partnered with Facebook Messenger to take it to the next level. OnChat is a 24×7 service and it is very to access on Facebook Messenger.

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To get all these services you have to do is find HDFC and Onchat on search, after finding say hi to the messenger and wait for the reply, in the meantime user number will get verified. The chatbot saves the user’s data for future use, and prompts payment through the digital wallets, which in return can be recharged through debit or credit cards.

You can access this chart through your desktop or mobile. So people can active this app to get all services.

FreeCharge launches e-wallet protection plan up to Rs 20,000

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The Digital Payments Platform FreeCharge has announced that it will provide free insurance on wallet balance. The company launched India’s first e-wallet protection for its user’s up to Rs 20,000 on their wallets.

Users can avail this e-wallet protection in case of loss or theft of their mobiles. The Snapdeal-owned company partnered with the Reliance General Insurance to provide free insurance on wallet balance for it users.

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In a case of theft or loss of mobiles, individuals have to file a FIR within 24 hours in the nearest police station. And also report the same to the FreeCharge via email or by calling to customer care immediately.

“With this move, FreeCharge takes another step in proactively addressing consumer concern around the usage and security of e-wallets, safeguarding the money of the customer in the event of theft or loss of his/her phone,” said the company.

FreeCharge is a convenient, faster and more efficient way and much safer than cash. This is another step for the digital revolution in terms of security and cashless transactions. Under this e-wallet protection, users can avail insurance up to Rs 20,000 as long as the customer transacting at least once a month.

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Commenting on the launch of the security plan, Govind Rajan, Chief Executive Officer of FreeCharge said, “Over the course of operations, we have realised that consumer perception of wallet safety. It is critical to driving both adoption and retention of our customers and hence we are offering this plan to our users free of cost.”

Through the e-wallet protection, the company ensures that it is the way to help less cash India with more protection plans.

Freecharge App Paired with Jet Airways for Cashless Ticketing

Freecharge App Paired with Jet Airways

FreeCharge is now partnered with Jet Airways for a secure and convenient payment solution to travelers. FreeCharge wallet now allows its Customers to book their flights and extras on www.jetairways.com and pay for their ticket through the app.

India’s premier international airline service Jet Airways operates flights to 67 destinations which include domestic and overseas travel. Further than India, Jet Airways also offers service to the main international destinations in South Asia, South East Asia, North America and the Middle East.

The FreeCharge app enables its users to book train tickets, meals, and accommodation through irctc.co.in. It does offer bus rides to other cities through redBus.in, BusIndia.com and Mybustickets.in.

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Many taxi services like Meru Cabs, Khali Peeli Taxis in Mumbai accept FreeCharge for daily commute within cities. Apart from that, FreeCharge also serves thousands of local cabs across the main cities in India. FreeCharge app also provides bookings facility at all Oyo Rooms properties across India at oyorooms.com and their app.

“Digital payments make the process faster and more efficient. Such partnerships are in line with our objective to make FreeCharge an every day, everywhere option for our users,” says, FreeCharge CEO Govind Rajan.

Recently, the Digital payment platform has also partnered with Mumbai Traffic Police for collecting traffic fines using FreeCharge wallet service. This move assumes the scarcity of valid currency notes doesn’t affect traffic fines.

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Smaller cities like Ahmedabad alone collect over Rs. 17 crores annually in the form of traffic fines. Besides, FreeCharge has also partnered with Andhra Pradesh to be part of the ‘AP Purse’ initiative by the state government. Andhra Pradesh government’s ‘AP Purse’ helps consumers to make efficient and convenient use of digital payments including mobile wallets.

FreeCharge ties up with IRCTC for Railway Ticket Bookings

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India’s fastest expanding digital payments platform, FreeCharge has announced its partnership with Indian Railways Catering Tourism and Corporation. IRCTC is the subsidiary of Indian Railways which is India’s largest travel website to book train tickets through digital payment of freecharge wallet.

In a bid to control massive rush at reservation booking counters and to provide fast and convenient digital payments, IRCTC has come up with this new announcement. Through this newly launched FreeCharge wallet, travellers can experience fast digital payment method both during tatkal and normal hours.

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Indian Railways Catering Tourism and Corporation (IRCTC) processes over 180 million transactions on its platform. From the FreeCharge wallet, customers can pay anywhere and anytime in less than 10 seconds in an easy and secure way.

Previously, FreeCharge has partnered with redbus.in, Cleartrip. Now the partnership with IRCTC, the company is going to enable its users all to travel through a single wallet.

The Chief Executive Officer of FreeCharge, GovindRajan, said, “We are delighted to partner with IRCTC and be a part of their journey to make customer’s travel experience frictionless and convenient in every way. With this partnership, we further increase our reach in commute and travel segment. FreeCharge is the fastest way to pay, and we believe that will offer immense value for users booking at IRCTC. Our aim is to make FreeCharge wallet all pervasive in customer’s lives.”

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Online ticket bookings have become a boon for regular travellers. IRCTC will get instant millions of wallet users and this partnership with FreeCharge will become the best payment gateway. FreeCharge will now become the ever-growing ticket booking market with its fastest check out experience