has joined hands with e-commerce majors Flipkart, ixigo,
amid the global Covid-19 pandemic in a bid to help Indians go digital. In a release, the company claimed that its new product MobiKwik Biller Stack is aimed at partners like ixigo who would like to launch the ‘
’ category on their mobile apps. Using the MobiKwik Biller Stack, partners like
can enable their users to pay utility bills on their app.
MobiKwik Biller Stack claims to leverage MobiKwik's reach to 300+ billers covering daily life use cases such as mobile recharge, DTH, electricity, credit card bill payments to name a few. The Biller Stack uses Progressive Web Application which is displayed within a partner's mobile app. The user selects a use case such as DTH (TV top up), chooses a biller say a TataSky and enters his account number and amount to be paid. The user can complete the transaction choosing from multiple payment options - wallet, credit card, debit card, UPI, digital credit and pay later.
Commenting on the partnerships, Upasana Taku, co-founder & COO - MobiKwik said, “Launching MobiKwik Biller Stack during COVID-19 was extremely important to us because of its 3X impact - 1) its ability to positively impact millions of Indians, 2) its ability to impact our partners’ businesses positively during COVID-19, 3) and its ability to positively impact our business. MobiKwik has always kept the user at the centre of everything we do, and we are glad that this new product has already touched millions of Indian lives. We are super-thrilled with the MobiKwik Biller Stack’s performance so far - it demonstrates our ability to drive payments innovation at scale and further strengthens our position as a partner of choice.”