FreeCharge ties adult with McDonald’s for wallet

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FreeCharge, digital payments platform, has sealed adult for an disdainful partnership with Westlife Development Ltd, owners of a master franchisee of McDonald’s in west and south India. As partial of a partnership, McDonald’s has implemented FreeCharge wallet to capacitate business to make swifter, safer payments. This offline remuneration capability has been rolled out opposite 216 McDonald’s restaurants widespread opposite 26 cities in a west and southern regions of India. The use has left live final Thursday across all these restaurants.

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To inspire adoption of new forms of payments, FreeCharge will also be rising a slew of offers in entrance months for customers, according to a association press release. First in line is 50 percent money behind for business on their initial transaction with a limit money behind of Rs 100. The offer will be current until Jan 31. Customers can sequence both offline and online regulating FreeCharge wallet. They can enlarge home smoothness knowledge grouping during accurate addresses by Tele Check out and Pay on smoothness and make their dish grouping truly rewarding.

FreeCharge wallet has over 15 million active users and skeleton to emanate a digital payments ecosystem for business to use as partial of their day-to-day activities. It has also partnered with Shoppers Stop.

Commenting on a hurdles in crafting a universe category remuneration knowledge tailor-made for McDonald’s, Govind Rajan, Chief Operating Officer, FreeCharge, said, “We worked closely with McDonald’s to broach a ‘built-to-order’ product as per their specifications. The exchange are finished within 10 seconds in a secure manner. We have grown an innovative authentication – On- the-Go PIN, with that a business can beget a formula on their app even if it’s not connected to a internet.”

“We believe, with this partnership, we will be means to yield innovative digital remuneration solutions to the customers,” said Ranjit Paliath, Sr. Vice President, Business Operations, McDonald’s India – west and south region.”

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