Bank of Kathmandu Limited customers can now make payments through CellPay. The bank has partnered with payment service provider CellPay with the objective of promoting digital payment services to its customers.
In order to make the payment safe and reliable, CellPay has been developed within the security system as per various international standards. The company has stated that the payment made through CellPay will be made in real-time.
Ritesh Lamichhane, Head Product Development, and Marketing Officer, and Pawan Pradhan, Managing Director of Cellcom Pvt signed this agreement. CellPay has been providing digital payment and money transfer services through its bank account through mobile and web.
CellPay has been developed within the security system as per various international standards in order to make the payment safe and reliable. The company has stated that the payment made through CellPay will be made in real-time.
Customers will be able to transfer money to other banks affiliated with CellPay or from there through a mobile number registered in a Bank of Kathmandu Limited account.
This helps you to pay mobile additional charges, electricity bill, water bill, internet bill, television bills, remittance to be received within the country, insurance payment amount, EMI payment, and share transaction.
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