Now you can send money for free from Khalti to any bank account in Nepal. Under this service, digital wallet users can send money to any bank account without any charge. The PSP believes the service would make money transfer easy and a more convenient choice for the public.
The offer is Khalti’s effort to make bank transfer services simple and convenient for digital wallet users. With a drive for Mission Digital, this is Khalti’s another value-added offer in its portfolio that promotes digital transactions.
With this offer, Khali users can transfer money to any bank across the country. But there is a limit on the transferrable amount. As per Khalti, the offer allows a user to send money up to Rs.50,000 with the daily transaction limit set at Rs.1 lakh. For this, Khalti won’t charge its users during the run time of this offer.
This offer is valid from Chaitra 6, 2078 to Baishakh 7, 2079.
Send Money For Free From Khalti to “promote digital fund transfer …”
Speaking on this offer, Khalti CEO Binay Khadka said, “Khalti always believe in making things seamless and cost-effective for users, the campaign is expected to promote digital fund transfer and savings habit of users”
Khalti has become one of the default digital wallets in Nepal. In just five years since its advent, the digital wallet has raked in over 2 million users throughout the country alongside a 30,000+ agents network.
As a digital wallet, it facilitates various types of digital payment for services. Users can pay for their utilities such as electricity, internet, insurance premiums, etc. Besides, mobile top-up, waste management, government revenues, domestic flight tickets, and many other services are available through its network.
Khalti is available on both Android and iOS platforms. You can download the app from here.
Are you going to take up this chance and enjoy free bank transfers of money from Khalti? How do you feel about this offer? Let us know in the comments below.
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