CRED on-boards on Bharat BillPay ecosystem as a key Agent Institution
By Leandra Monteiro
NPCI Bharat BillPay Ltd., the wholly-owned subsidiary of National Payments Corporation of India announces the on-boarding of CRED as a key Agent Institution (AI) for providing easy bill payment solutions to its members.
Agent institutions are the entities that wish to offer or those who are currently offering bill payment, collection, and aggregation services to their customers via physical or digital channels.
With this collaboration, CRED members will be able to conveniently make recurring payments across several segments like electricity, telecom, DTH, Gas, Education fees, water, and municipal taxes, NETC FASTag recharge, loan repayments, Insurance, Cable, Subscription fees, Mobile prepaid recharges, and others by logging into its app. They will also be able to see updated transaction history, set transaction alerts & reminders, and raise/track complaints online for Bharat BillPay transactions using their app.
“Creating a rewarding and seamless transaction experience remains our focus at CRED. BBPS integration will help enhance member experience for recurring payments like electricity, FASTags, education fee, rentpay amongst others,” said Akshay Aedula, Lead – Financial Services, CRED.
Rahul Tandon, Head Product Development, NPCI Bharat BillPay Ltd. said, “CRED has managed excellent growth as a credit card bill payment platform and we are pleased to onboard them as an Agent Institution. This will make it easier for CRED members to pay bills via our platform, which provides a one-stop destination for all recurring bills through a simplified bill presentment and bill payments interface. We look forward to continuing on-boarding varied ecosystem partners to offer an extra layer of comfort and convenience to citizens of India for their recurring payments under the BBPS scheme.”
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