M-PAiSA QR Pay now available at On The Go Mobil Service Stations

M-PAiSA QR Pay now available at On The Go Mobil Service Stations

By Dhanjay Deo
Thursday 01/07/2021

You can now make cashless payment using M-PAiSA when fueling up at any of the On The Go Mobil Service Stations.

The National Operations Manager for On the Go Mobil Service Stations, Melba Lala says they have been getting numerous requests from customers to enable M-PAiSA as a payment option at their outlets.

Lala says it is only appropriate that they open up this payment channel for the convenience and safety of their customers, particularly during this pandemic.

Vodafone’s Head of eCommerce, Shailendra Prasad says M-PAiSA has been a revelation specially during this pandemic as people have taken to more safe and contact-less payment options to avoid the risk of COVID-19.

Prasad says they have recorded a significant increase in active M-PAiSA user base as people get more conversant and confident with the use of service.

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