For a nation that is looking to migrate completely onto a digital medium,
UPI payments are now widely used by leading e-commerce players across the country as they look to add more users through a completely seamless payment mechanism.
"At Ola, we are committed to the shared vision of a 'Digital India'; and payments through UPI will be much faster and convenient; and we will continue to innovate and adopt similar integration with other platforms to create a robust payment mechanism," said SVP - Ola Money, Pallav Singh.
How does Ola UPI work?
While making payments for their Ola rides, a customer will now have an option called 'Pay by UPI' along with cash, debit/credit card option and the most preferred Ola Money wallet. Once the customers enter their unique UPI handle on the payment page, a 'make payment' request appears on the screen.
The customers can then enter their four to six digit unique UPI transaction pin and the transaction is complete.
Ola has brought in similar innovation in the payment mechanism, 'Ola Credit' being the most recent introduction. Ola credit allows customers seven days of credit; so they can keep booking Ola cabs without having sufficient cash and repay by net banking, credit and debit card apart from Ola Money.
Ola is playing a critical role in encouraging digital transactions and supporting the Government's vision of a cashless economy.
Today, Ola Money is among the top two digital wallets, allowing users a seamless and convenient payment option for a wide variety of use cases across mobility, travel, food, entertainment, e-commerce, bill payments and mobile recharges. Ola Money also allows peer to peer transfers, allowing users to transfer money to friends and family with ease.
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