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MobiKwik announces waving off transaction fee for unorganised retail merchants

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New Delhi | Monday, Oct 24 2016 IST
Online recharge and mobile wallet company, MobiKwik, today announced that it is waving off per transaction fee for all unorganised retail merchants till December 31 to promote the adoption of e-cash among the local grocery stores, chemists, apparel stores and other mom-and-pop shops. The company is also offering 25 per cent cashback to the users of offline merchants, who sign up during this period.Co-founder of MobiKwik, Upasana Taku said, "MobiKwik has become an integral part of the lives of 35 million Indians. As the MobiKwik families prepare themselves for the festive season, we want to be a part of their celebration and make it bigger & better for them.""Our users will now be able to transact seamlessly with e-cash, even at their local grocery stores, apparel or eating joints. To promote adoption among the unorganised retail merchants, we have announced 0 per cent TDR. We are certain that by the end of this year, we will be able to significantly increase the number of unorganised retail merchants on our platform." Ms Taku added.UNI SDR RJ 2330

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