In response to client demand, Cellcom Private Limited-CellPay has expanded its product line by introducing the new CellPay Wallet Feature. CellPay is now Nepal’s first NRB-licensed Payment Service Provider that accepts both bank accounts and wallets. CellPay customers can now transact using either a linked bank account or a wallet. On the same occasion, CellPay debuted its redesigned User Interface for a better user experience, as well as an extra function of CellPay Kart that allows customers to make online purchases from the comfort of their own homes.
The new launch’s most noticeable feature is a new wallet. Mero Wallet, a wallet function, has been added to CellPay. CellPAy customers can now conduct transactions using a linked bank account or wallet. The wallet, on the other hand, can be loaded with a linked bank account, ConnectIPS, and Mobile Banking.
CellPay is a simple, quick, and dependable payment service provider that can be accessed via smartphone and online application. CellPay’s other distinguishing qualities include:
- Real Time Transaction
- Simple and Secured
- Transaction can be done via wallet or Linked bank account
Customers can simply make real-time payments for telecom services, electricity, television, internet payments, restaurants, and fund transfers from one bank to another, domestic remittances, insurance payments, EMI payments, share payments, P2P, P2B, B2P, B2B, and other services. Customers can access these services through any of CellPay’s affiliated banks. The CellPay app is accessible in both the Google Play and Apple Appstores.