Delhi Metro is turning out to be the place where you can do it all. With the installation of multi-service payment machines at 20 Metro stations across the city, commuters will be able to pay mobile phone bills or recharge phones on the move. According to the Delhi Metro, the touch screen machines named ‘Unipay’ can be used by commuters by inserting currency notes in it.
Simple Procedure: Select the desired service –> select desired service provider –> type your mobile number –> insert required money in machine’s designated slot. All you have to do to pay your bill or recharge your phone. The machine accepts currency notes up to the denomination of 1,000 and generates a receipt after the transaction.
At Metro stations in Jahangirpuri, Dilshad Garden, Anand Vihar and Noida City Centre, the machines have been installed in areas which people can approach without paying a charge or buying a Metro ticket.
The remaining 16 machines have been installed in those areas of stations where users would have to buy a ticket or pay a charge. These stations include Karol Bagh, Dwarka Sector 9, Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Akshardham and Central Secretariat. These machines will be installed in all 132 Metro stations within two months.
What’s more: in the coming months, users will also be able to use the machines to pay electricity and water bills, insurance premium and recharge direct to home service, book tickets for rail, air and cinema and avail tourist packages also!
Metro, the happening place in town!
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