- Postpaid app of Indian Postal Department has been launched
- The launch was made by Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister for Communications and Information Technology
- To send money, the services will work to scan the QR code
- Digital payment in the store will help
Postal Department (India Post) and Postal Bank of India (IPPB) customers can now avail banking services through ‘DakPay’ app. Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad launched the app on Tuesday. DakPay will provide digital finance and banking services through a postal network across the country through India Post and IPPB.
It became easier to send money and pay bills
Postpay will help with many services such as sending money, scanning QR codes for services and making digital payments in stores. Apart from this, it will provide interactive banking services to the customers of any bank in the country. Launching LaPa, Prasad said that Dakpe will enrich the legacy of India Post which will reach all the families in the country today.
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He said, “This is an innovative service that not only provides online access to banking services and postal products, but is a unique concept in which a person can get postal financial services at their doorstep by placing an order. “Postal Secretary and IPPB Board Chairman Pradipta Kumar Bisoi said that PostalPay offers easy payment solutions. It allows customers to access all banking and payment products and services through the app or with the help of a postman.
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