17th May 2020, Kathmandu
eSewa (F1soft) is starting its new remittance service in Japan.
‘We are starting our first eSewa money transfer service from Japan. We are doing it through the digital medium of Japan’s World Family Remit,’ says the Managing Director of eSewa, Ajesh Koirala.
Nepalese people living in Japan will now be able to send money easily and securely through eSewa Money Transfer. The company is also ready to expand its remittance service in other countries as well.
This will allow Nepalese to transfer money very easily. It will also be a relief to the families who face trouble transferring money to their loved ones.
With the extension of this service to other parts of the world, there will be a great number of Nepalese thankful towards eSewa. Not just that, with easy service facility, we can experience a change in consumer behavior as well.
eSewa’s mark on the World
In this coronavirus pandemic, many major corporations are adapting to impact and changing and/or extending their policies.
eSewa is marking its existence in the world market by launching its new remittance service starting from Japan. eSewa started its services from 2009 and since then it has been performing well. The company originally started with a Digital 2020 vision. The digital wallet seems to be making that vision a reality.
eSewa is proud of its accomplishment and is in plans to further escalate the remittance service in other countries. This will enable Nepalese all over the world to have easy and secure access to money mobility.
The money transfer company received its license from Nepal Rastra Bank two months ago.
eSewa has a huge customer base today. eSewa customers can use this application for mobile recharge, paying electricity bills, purchase online travel tickets, and movie tickets. In addition, the application also allows school and college fee payments, credit card payments, and payments of Insurance premiums.
eSewa app is available for both iOS and Android devices.
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