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Fast-growing digital wallet Namaste Pay has announced the launch of the Loyalty program for the app’s growing legion. The company expects the feature to add an extra value to its users for using multiple services on the Namaste Pay app.
Adding consistently new features, and more value through new services, this time the government-owned mobile wallet has added a loyalty system.
Namaste Pay’s loyalty system is based on the amount a particular user spends via the wallet. For example, if a user spends Rs 100, he/she will get 2 NP (Namaste Pay) points. The company says that every 8 NP points are equal to the value of Rs 1. The points are also called coins.
More purchases through the wallet mean more loyalty points grabbed by the user. That is when a Namaste Pay wallet user spends more, the user gets more loyalty points/coins. And Namaste Pay has designed loyalty coins with an attractive set of offers. You can redeem various voice/data packs, and top up using NP coins.
Besides, you will stand a chance to win various coupons/online shopping vouchers, and on special occasions, users can also convert the NP coins/points into Namaste Pay wallet balance.
As for campaigns designed for Airline/hotels/trips and etc, users will have a chance to redeem the NP coins for the same campaign in concern.
Namaste Pay digital wallet is a joint venture of Nepal Telecom (NTC) and Rastriya Banijya Bank. The unique payment service provider seeks to provide one-stop digital payment solutions for multiple categories of goods, services, and financial sectors.
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As a government-backed company, the wallet seeks to help build a cashless society by promoting digital payments. It wants to promote digital finances and contribute to a true financial inclusion among all.
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