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Airtel Payments Bank rolls out its eco-friendly debit card in India

By Gloria Mathias

August 10, 2023

  • Airtel Payments Bank
  • carbon footprint
  • Card Payments

Airtel Payments Bank, Cards Management, Debit Card, Eco-friendly card, Green Way to Pay, R-PVC Debit Card, Sustainable Payments, Green Finance, Debit Payments, Credit paymentsAirtel Payments Bank has launched its eco-friendly debit card in India, ascertaining the green way to pay.

The payments platform paves the way for environmental payments by introducing the eco-friendly debit card. The company claims the debit card is made of 99% recycled plastic and emits a low carbon footprint.

The launch underlines the bank’s commitment to sustainability and promoting eco-friendly practices within the financial sector, emphasising the need to practise green finance.

Speaking about the launch Ganesh Ananthanarayanan, Chief Operating Officer of Airtel Payments Bank said, “We are delighted to introduce our new eco-friendly debit cards, made using recycled PVC. Airtel Payments Bank believes in responsible consumption and production for a sustainable future. These cards demonstrate our support for sustainability and commitment to offering a safe and convenient banking experience. Our goal is to provide India with accessible and inclusive banking, driving positive change in the financial industry and offering our customers a seamless and secure payment experience.”

The company promotes the launch of the eco-friendly debit card by asking users on LinkedIn to practice the green way to pay with the Airtel Payments Bank using the R-PVC-based eco-friendly debit card. The card claims to feature a range of eCommerce benefits of up to INR 10,000 and 1 Lakh Insurance cover on your savings bank account.

Airtel Payments Bank was launched in January 2017 by Bharti Airtel, one of India’s largest telecom providers, to support the cashless revolution promised by the Government of India. Airtel Payments Bank is a differentiated bank devoted to ‘Changing the Way’ Indian banks strive to create a benchmark in the banking system by reimagining the process, product and service associated with banking keeping customers’ needs at the core of every effort. It enables customers by increasing the accessibility of our services, be it online or retail banking.

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