Easypaisa launches Pakistan’s first Online Payment Solution

05:27 PM | 28 May, 2015
Easypaisa launches Pakistan’s first Online Payment Solution
KARACHI (PR) - Pakistan’s first and largest branchless banking service and a joint venture between Tameer Microfinance Bank and Telenor Pakistan, Easypaisa has developed the first end-to-end Online Payment Solution to facilitate different payment options for online merchants and their customers. Easypay bundles secure, centralized and convenient payments available on easy to plugin APIs, with widespread access through multiple channels, and value added services like advanced analytics and reporting, to become the first complete payment suite in Pakistan.

Easypay provides multiples ways of making payments for online shoppers. Customers can pay directly to an online merchant through their Easypaisa Mobile Account, or they can make payments at any of the 65,000 Easypaisa shops across Pakistan. They can also use their credit/debit cards safely and with no added cost through the Easypay platform.

Speaking on this occasion, Nadeem Hussain, CEO Tameer Microfinance Bank said, “We are committed to bringing innovative solutions to our customers. The introduction of Easypay is another step towards facilitating our customers by delivering convenient solutions with transformational effects.”

Yahya Khan, Chief Financial Services Officer, Telenor Pakistan said, “Easypaisa always strives to be at the forefront to contribute towards economic development in Pakistan. This consolidated solution will help boost the e-commerce industry in Pakistan by offering secure, instant and easy integration of payments for online trade. Easypaisa will continue to offer Pakistanis with groundbreaking services and set precedence for the industry,” he added.

The service is particularly beneficial for online merchants by allowing them to make all their settlements on a single account with real-time notifications. Easypay also offers the lowest service charges compared to existing direct and indirect payment collection processes.