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NPCI Bharat BillPay on-boards Tata Power for electricity bill payments

This will enable over seven lakh customers of Tata Power (Mumbai) to pay their electricity bills through ClickPay payment link

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Bharat BillPay has on-boarded on its platform through which customers will be able to pay their electricity bills in a hasslefree and seamless manner.

This will enable over seven lakh customers of (Mumbai) to pay their electricity bills through ClickPay payment link.

Bharat BillPay, a wholly-owned subsidiary of National Payments Corporation of India, has announced integration with Tata Power, making it the first power company to go live on the newly launched platform, said a release on Tuesday.

Bharat BillPay's marquee offering - ClickPay will enable customers to make monthly electricity bill payments with ease. Tata Power will generate the ClickPay link and share it with customers which will redirect them to the payment page comprising payment details.

This convenient and a secured two-step process will help customers pay the bills without the hassle of putting in the bill amount, remembering bill payment dates, and going through arduous steps to make a bill payment, the release said.

"Tata Power (Mumbai) is the first electricity biller to go live on NBBL ClickPay. has always been very thoughtful on the innovation front and comes up with new customer-friendly payment options," Ramesh Subramanyam, Chief Finance Officer, Tata Power said.

This payment option will bring more convenience to over seven lakh consumers of Tata Power (Mumbai) to pay their bills digitally with just the click of a button, Nilesh Kane, Chief-Distribution (Mumbai Operations), Tata Power said.

This can help Tata Power to bring its customers from offline realm to an online platform, Kane added.

Noopur Chaturvedi, CEO, NPCI Bharat BillPay said:"We believe this partnership would benefit a large number of Tata Power customers in terms of seamless electricity bill payments.

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First Published: Tue, November 23 2021. 15:12 IST