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How to pay with paytm without internet connection

How to pay with paytm wallet without internet

By: Shashank Bhushan Shukla || Dec 14, 2018
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 Getting an internet connection is a major problem in India .there are very few wifi-hotspots and the data plans are very costly for a common man. Hence making India cashless(paying e-money) was impossible.keeping this in mind Paytm had launched its new function so that you could easily pay someone some without an internet connection or in case of weak signal. Here are some simple steps to use your paytm app offline.

 Step# 1

To use this service, as a first step, call on the toll-free number 1800-1800-1234, customers and merchants need to register with Paytm with their mobile number and set their four Digit Paytm PIN. after your pin has been successfully created.

Step#2

for the payment call, the toll-free number 1800-1800-1234 enter the recipient’s mobile number, amount and their Paytm PIN to successfully transfer the money from their Paytm wallet to another Paytm wallet.

Step# 3

Payment message with being received by the recipient .for confirmation you could check the passbook of the paytm wallet.

“We are committed to enabling more and more Indians to be able to transact digitally. The launch of our new toll-free payment number is another significant step in that direction. This will allow even non-smartphone users across India go cashless,” said Senior VP Paytm, Nitin Misra.

                                     
Currently over a million offline merchants across India accept Paytm as a payment mode. Paytm is being accepted in taxis, autos, petrol pumps, grocery shops, restaurants, coffee shops, multiplexes, parking, pharmacies, hospitals, kirana shops and more.

Paytm can also be used to pay for services like recharges and bill payments, utility payments, movie tickets, travel bookings, food ordering, and shopping. With its assertive focus on mobile payments, the company is inching closer to its aim of making cashless transactions a way of life across India.

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