Pakistan’s first online/digital payment platform, Easypaisa has introduced a new cashless payment system in universities all over Pakistan called “Easypaisa QR”.
The aim of this initiative by Easypaisa is to encourage youngsters to shift from the traditional payment methods to digital ones. Easypaisa wants the youngsters to use the service with ease and comfort.
Easypaisa QR does not just offer convenience in day to day payments but it has also introduced amazing discounts for the youngsters.
Shahid Mustafa, President & CEO of Telenor Microfinance Bank upon the introduction of Easypaisa QR Payments said, “QR Payments are consistent with the Bank’s commitment to bring greater ease and access to our customers. We hope these payments enhance the efficiency and productivity of individual users as well as businesses by simplifying the previously cumbersome payments processes.”
Easypaisa has launched QR Payments at Amanat Eye Hospital in Islamabad to help the patients and the doctors.
CEO Amanat Eye Hospital, Dr. Aamir Asrar said, “Easypaisa QR Payments are a disruptive payment technology and a great initiative to empower the society. In the month of Ramadan, I am pleased to announce a discount of 10% to anyone who pays via Easypaisa QR Payments at our hospital.”
Rabia Atlas, Assistant Director of Retail Payments at Telenor Microfinance Bank, said, “Our vision is to introduce simple and secure payments for the people in Pakistan and make their lives easier. We at Easypaisa, work day and night to raise the standard of living of the Pakistani people by building innovative solutions which provide convenience.”
Easypaisa wants to incorporate technology in financial payments and other activities and reach out to the youth through its services. The goal is simple, that is to use innovation and innovative services to bring a positive change in the society.