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BSES Customers can Now Recharge Prepaid Meters via Paytm, PhonePe

A pre-paid meter can also be recharged by visiting a BSES payment counter

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This will provide single window computerised facilities for customers to apply for various services. Pixabay

In a further expansion of its digitising programme, Delhi power distribution company (discom) BSES on Friday announced that it has operationalised the facility of digital recharge of customers’ pre-paid meters.

Customers can now recharge their pre-paid meters online through e-wallets like Paytm and PhonePe and through the BSES mobile app and website, the discom said in a statement.

Pointing out that it is an easy process to apply for a pre-paid electricity connection, the statement said that besides applying for a pre-paid meter, “a BSES consumer can also re-charge his/her meter easily. For doing so, they don’t even have to visit a BSES office. They can recharge them online through e-wallets like Paytm and PhonePe and through BSES’ mobile app and website.”

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Last year, BSES saved 183 MW in Delhi’s total contribution of 305 MW during Earth Hour, it added. Pixabay

A pre-paid meter can also be recharged by visiting a BSES payment counter.

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Customers can connect with the discom and apply for a host of services, including applying for a new connections, registering complaints, from their homes and offices using the mobile app, website and social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, the statement added. (IANS)

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Paytm Payments Bank led Digital Transactions in July: Report

For other banks, the numbers are less than 1 per cent barring Canara Bank which reported more than 1.4 per cent transaction declines on UPI, the MeiTY report said

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Paytm Payments Bank (PPB) led the rankings in number of digital transactions reported in the month of July, a report by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeiTY) has said.

“MeiTY has set up the ”Digital Payment Mission” with a target of 4,019 crore digital payment transactions in FY 2019-2020 and Paytm Payments Bank reached 102.01 per cent of the set target,” Paytm Payments Bank said in a statement.

According to a Paytm Payments Bank spokesperson, the company was set a target of 5 billion digital transactions for the full year but it recorded 1.3 billion transactions in the first three months of the year.

The bank has also on-boarded almost 1 million rural merchants in the same period.

Paytm has also displayed one of the highest rates of successful transactions in the month, with just 0.03 per cent of the transactions on UPI being declined, among the best in the industry, as per the report card.

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For other banks at the top, the numbers are less than 1 per cent, except for Canara Bank which reported more than 1.4 per cent transaction declines on UPI.

The public-sector entities that have been rated ”good” in the list include Canara Bank and IDBI Bank while HSBC is the only foreign bank to feature in the top seven list.

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Paytm also saw the highest rates of successful transactions in the month with just 0.03 per cent of the transactions on UPI being declined, according to the report card.

For other banks, the numbers are less than 1 per cent barring Canara Bank which reported more than 1.4 per cent transaction declines on UPI, the MeiTY report said. (IANS)