31 January 2021, Kathmandu
Nabil Bank has launched a QR payment service in the Kuleshwor fruit market in Kathmandu.
On Friday morning, Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank Maha Prasad Adhikari launched the Nabil Bank QR payment service. By purchasing some fruit and paying via the QR code.
Consumers on the fruit market will now be able to easily pay for the fruit. That they have bought through their mobile banking application or mobile wallet.
After inspecting and inspecting various fruit shops. The governor of NRB bought fruit from a variety of fruit shops and paid via the QR code of his mobile banking service.
“The QR code payment service is an innovative payment system that has grown exponentially. Especially due to the pandemic of Covid-19, the last time such digital banking was needed,” the governor said at the event.
Similarly, Nabil Bank CEO Anil Keshari Shah said that in the last few years, we have begun to see innovation in the payment system in Nepal. As a result, consumers are gradually moving from cash to digital payments.
“Most of the business is still in cash,” he said. In today’s digital era, the new technology that supports digital payments needs to be built. The Nabil QR Code is a simple, safe, and inexpensive way to make digital payments. That can be seen as a major contribution to economic prosperity.
Payment of QR code is quick and simple with cash and debit and credit card options. Consumers have been drawn to this new service for the last time. Because it is fast and there is no charge for transactions.
Nabil Bank launched the QR Code Payment Service in March 2020 to support digital transactions and cashless transactions.
Currently, the bank has more than 750 QR service establishments across the country, which are increasing every day.
Nabil Bank has established Nabil DG Bank in the midst of the epidemic and is providing digital services to every consumer.