Easypaysa has partnered with the decentralized Pakistan mass transit Airlift Technologies in order to enable passengers to pay quickly, conveniently and cashlessly on various routes across Lahore and Karachi.
This agreement will enable Airlift users to pay conveniently through the integrated Airlift application payment platform Easypaisa
In order to provide easy access to mobile financial services via the Easypaisa aircraft, this collaboration also ensures that all pilots on airlifts across Pakistan have a digital opportunity.
Commenting on the development Mohammad Mudassar Aqil, President & CEO, Telenor Microfinance Bank, said;
“Easypaisa is constantly tapping into the true potential of mobile financial services in Pakistan by providing innovative and best-in-class products & services to our customers. Through this partnership with Airlift, Pakistan’s trusted mass transit service, not only do we aim to deliver a convenient and hassle-free digital payments experience to our customers but also develop a digital ecosystem in Pakistan that benefits the common man”.
Usman Gul, CEO Airlift Technologies had his say on partnering with Easypaisa; “We’re excited to take the first step toward enabling additional payment options for customers on the Airlift platform. Our team views this as part of a broader partnership with Easypaisa.”
Pakistan is a low-financial inclusion region. The implementation of digital payment solutions is key to transforming the economy and at the same time providing customers with convenience.
Easypaisa as an innovation forum in this space has always been at the forefront, and cooperation with Airlift represents another step forward in growing the country’s heavy reliance on cash.