Now, pay e-cash to get your stuff at Rail Dhaba

Published: 30th August 2016 04:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th August 2016 04:41 AM   |  A+A-

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VISAKHAPATNAM: The passengers at the Visakhapatnam railway station can now avail of the offer of digital payment facilities through Freecharge at the Rail Dhaba in the station which is operated by Travel and Food Services (TFS). Travellers can pay using their phone and registered mobile number with Freecharge and complete the transaction with the OnTheGo Pin in less than 10 seconds. With the partnership, Freecharge creates another milestone in its journey to make consumers move from cash to e-cash which is an aim to bring on board merchants where the digital payments will remove friction and help expedite the process of payments at the counter.

“Food counters by the TFS are the go-to dining options for travellers during transit. Our partnership with the TFS will greatly benefit passengers as they don’t have to worry about paying in cash or searching for change in the urgency of boarding their flight or train. With this partnership, customers will stand to benefit from a swift, secure and hassle-free digital payment experience,” said CEO of Freecharge Govind Rajan. TFS customers  can also avail of cash back benefit in their first transaction at the TFS outlets at major airports, as well as at Vishakhapatnam railway station. Also the Rail Dhaba at Vizag station will offer the Freecharge option to passengers to pay for their meal at the outlets located at Andhra Kitchen, Curry Kitchen, Maroosh and Noodle Work and a few others.

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