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Paytm becomes official digital payments partner for PMs’ museum


Paytm owner One97 Communications has become an official digital payments partner for the prime ministers’ museum in Delhi.

Last Thursday, Prime minister Narendra Damodar das Modi inaugurated the ‘Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya’.

The company said in a statement that he was the first person to purchase tickets through Paytm Electronic Data Capture Machine.

According to official news, the museum will open to the public next week.

The Prime Minister’s Office has previously said that it tells the story of post-independence India through the lives and contributions of its prime ministers.

As the official partner of this Pm’s museum, Paytm is now offering its payment gateway, EDC (Electronic Data Capture) machines, and QR code payment options to make way for faster, convenient, and secure transactions.

‘’We are excited to be the official digital payments partner at Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya, which marks a tribute to the prime ministers of India and their contribution to the country. With Paytm’s payment options, users visiting the museum will have the convenience of buying tickets digitally in a safe and secure manner”, a Paytm spokesperson said.

The company said that Paytm Payment Gateway, EDC, and QR code will allow users to make payments through Paytm UPI, Paytm Wallet, Paytm Postpaid, BHIM UPI, Netbanking, Debit and Credit cards, etc.

About Paytm :

Paytm started the Digital Revolution in India. And it went on to become India’s leading Payments App. Today, more than 20 Million merchants & businesses are powered by Paytm to Accept Payments digitally. This is because more than 300 million Indians use Paytm to Pay at their stores. And that’s not all, the Paytm App is used to pay bills, do Recharges, Send money to friends & family, Book movies & travel tickets.

With innovations to Financial services & products in the pipeline, this is but one of the milestones achieved towards their mission – to bring 500 million unserved and underserved Indians to the mainstream economy.

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