Namaste Pay launches Festive Campaign


Kathmandu, Sept 14.  Namaste Pay launches festive Campaign, where it is offering various offers on various services to the customers for 49 days which shall cover Dashain, Tihar as well as Chhath.

As a bumper offer, seven lucky winners will get the grand prize of 100% cashback. The more transactions users will do, the more there will be chance of being lucky winners and getting 100% cashback. The users who do the transactions for any services (except wallet to wallet and load fund) within the campaign period will be eligible.

Likewise, one lucky winner who pays utility bills via Namaste Pay will get his/her yearly bill paid by Namaste Pay every week.

On the purchase of flight tickets, every week one lucky winner will get a cashback of NPR 1000 and at the end of the campaign, two lucky winners will get round-trip flight tickets to Pokhara.

And as Dashain Dakshina, 20 lucky users who wallet to wallet transfer to their family and relatives shall get 100% cashback.

Similarly, all the users will get 10% cashback (up to Rs 10) on mobile top-up during the campaign period. The users will be provided with Promo code which can be redeemed up to three times

Additionally, Namaste Pay will offer various flash sales on different services including voice and data packs, bill payments, Merchant payments, flight tickets, etc.

CEO of Nepal Digital Payments Company Limited, Krishna prasad Bhandari added that the company is working continuously along with it partners and stakeholders to strengthen the service portfolio and make Namaste Pay a strong and reliable digital payment service provider.

About Namaste Pay:

Namaste Pay is a payment service provider, headquartered in Tripureshwor Kathmandu and is jointly promoted by Nepal Telecom and Rashtriya Banijya Bank. Namaste Pay aims to provide one-stop digital payment solutions for multiple categories of goods, services, and other financial services. Namaste Pay is dedicated to creating a cashless society, by providing modern services not only to the banked and digitally educated people but also to the unbanked masses to bring about true financial inclusion.