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Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Ola Money on Wednesday announced their partnership towards promoting a cashless digital economy as their integration will allow DMRC commuters to recharge their metro cards directly from the Ola Money app.
In awe of promoting the digital economy, Ola Money and DMRC will now enable commuters to avail the option to pay from their Ola Money wallet at the DMRC website.
"We hope to make the transition smoother for metro commuters by integrating Ola Money as a payment mechanism for metro rides. Other than offering an eco-friendly and affordable daily commuting option, DMRC is committed towards encouraging people to use online payment alternatives," said Executive Director (Corporate Communications) DMRC, Anuj Dayal.
"We are extremely delighted to be working closely with Delhi Metro to take the mission of a cashless India forward. Millions of people travel by Delhi metro and they recharge their metro cards on a regular basis. This integration will make the process simpler and seamless as they would be able to use their Ola Money balance to recharge their cards with just a few taps on the Ola Money app or by visiting the DMRC website," said Sr. Director-Marketing Communications at Ola, Anand Subramanian.
Both DMRC and Ola share the common vision of building sustainable and convenient mobility solutions for the citizens of the country.
Furthermore, with flagship government initiatives such as 'Digital India' acting as key catalysts and enablers of digital transformation, DMRC's integration with Ola Money is a step towards building a more convenient and hassle free payment ecosystem for millions of commuters.
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