Paytm Instant Loans It Will Start Now 2021
Paytm has announced the launch of Paytm Postpaid Mini, buy it now, an extension of Pay letter service. The agency said the “small ticket instant loans” would give customers flexibility and manage family expenses while maintaining liquidity during the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic. Paytm postpaid mini service has been launched in partnership with Aditya Birla Finance.
The digital payment company has been given access to loans up to Rs 10,000 in addition to instant credit of Paytm Postpaid, which is said to help users pay monthly bills like mobile and DTH recharge, gas cylinder booking, electricity and water bills. Customers will also be able to shop at Paytm Mall with Paytm Postpaid Mini. In a blog post, Paytm explained that Paytm is offering up to 30 days of postpaid service payments at 0 percent interest. There is no annual fee or activation charge, only a “minimum” benefit fee. Speaking further on the development, Bhabesh Gupta, CEO of Paytm. The company wants to help customers develop a “financial discipline” with their services. “Through postpaid, we are making a sincere effort to help drive the economy.
Our new postpaid mini service helps users manage their liquidity by paying bills on time,” he said in a blog post. With Paytm Postpaid, users can pay at online and offline merchant stores across the country. Postpaid services are now accepted at thousands of petrol pumps, nearby grocery stores or pharmacies, popular chain outlets (such as Reliance Fresh and Apollo Pharmacy) Internet apps (such as Mintra, FirstCry, Uber, Dominos, Azio and Pharmacy) and popular. (Such as Shop Stop and Chroma) among others. Paytm Postpaid is available in more than 550 cities in India, the company notes.