Good news, Khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta Offer, now you can get up to 5 % cashback (up to Rs. 50) if the customers pay EMI from Khalti App. Khalti Digital Wallet is an online payment service provider company that is recognized by the Nepal Rastra Bank. The offer will be valid till Bhadra 31st, 2079. The MoU regarding was inked by the CEO of Khalti Mr. Binay Khadka and the CEO of Laxmi Laghubitta Mr. Prakash Raj Sharma. This Khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta Offer will be helpful for users.
Khalti And Laxmi Laghubitta Offer
One of the leading digital wallet companies khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited has collaborated to offer various facilities to their customers. The Khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta offer helps the customers. Now the customers of Laxmi Laghubitta will be able to pay EMI from Khalti. They will even get up to 5 % cashback (up to Rs. 50) if they pay Laxmi Laghubitta EMI from Khalti. The customers will have to use the promo code ‘LAXMIEMI‘. The offer will be valid until Bhadra 31st, 2079.
Mr. Binay Khadka, Khalti’s CEO, said, ” As we move towards making most payment services digital, we are confident that Khalti and Laxmi Lagubitta users will benefit greatly from this service.”
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How to pay Laxmi Lagubitta EMI from Khalti?
Step 1: Open Khalti App.
Step 2: Select the ‘EMI’ option on Homescreen.
Step 3: Now choose the Laxmi Laghubitta option.
Step 4: Fill in all the required details.
Step 5: Select Wallet or a Linked account on the payment option.
Step 6: Click on the Submit option & tap on OK to complete the transaction.
Step 7: Your EMI bills will be renewed instantly.
Users will have to verify their KYC details if the EMI payment is above Rs. 5,000. So, after KYC verification, the users will be able to enjoy a wide range of offers and services. So, enjoy this new Khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta offer.
About Laxmi Laghubitta
Laxmi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited is a microfinance subsidiary of Laxmi Bank Limited (a commercial bank in Nepal). It is a national-level microfinance institution that is licensed by the Nepal Rastra Bank. It is the first microfinance institution to be registered as a subsidiary of a commercial bank in Nepal. It was registered as a limited company on 30th November 2010. Laxmi Laghubitta started its formal microfinance operation on June 4, 2012 A.D, from its first branch office which is located in Battar, Nuwakot, Nepal. It received an operating license from the central bank as a “D” class (National Level) financial institution on 6th March 2012 to operate under Bank and Financial Institution Act 2003.
Khalti Digital Wallet is one of the most popular digital wallets and payment gateway in Nepal. It provides instant, secure, and quick online payments in Nepal. It was founded back in 2017 A.D. The digital wallet has now more than 1.7 million active users throughout the country. It is the top digital wallet after eSewa in Nepal. Using Khalti, the users can recharge their phone, and TV, pay electricity bills, water, ISP, buy movie tickets, Government Revenues, buy flight tickets, Waste Management Bills, and many more.
So, what do you think about this Khalti and Laxmi Laghubitta Offer? Are you a Khalti user? How is your user experience and have you used the offer? Feel free to drop down your thoughts, opinions, and experience in the comment section below.
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