Paytm is collaborating with the taxi aggregator Uber India in a new alliance.
The Association would allow users via their Paytm Postpaid account to pay for their Uber rides and allow commuters to change from cash to Postpaid services.
That means that users can take the Uber and pay for it later.
The company argues that the introduction of Postpaid services would facilitate digital transactions on the Uber platform and improve customer experience.
Registered users can pay with money from their Postpaid account after completing the tour through the Paytm app for access to the facility.
The consumer can later reimburse at his convenience via payment of his monthly Paytm postpaid bill.
When speaking of the service, Bhavesh Gupta, CEO of Paytm Lending, said: “We are delighted to expand on our long term partnership with Uber India and to make the conveniences of Paytm postpaid services for its travellers available to its travellers.”
Paytm Postpaid services can be used for a range of uses, from daily shopping from local Kirana shops for food , milk and other domestic products to shopping at popular retail destinations such as Reliance Fresh, Apollo Pharmacy, Kroma, Shopper Stop. Paytm Postpaid services can be utilised for a number of use cases.
It has also expanded to various Paytm billing facilities, Paytm Mall shopping and online payments via Internet applications including Uber, Myntra, Lenskart, Gaana, Pepperfry, HungerBox, Patanjali and Spencer.