In the world of growing e-commerce, Nepal is also trying to make its way in the online payment service. Online payment services are not so popular in Nepal right now, but a couple of online payment service like eSewa and iPay are in the game. And to grow the online payment service in Nepal, a new Online Payment Service known as Khalti has entered the Nepali market.
Khalti is an application which runs on both the web or Android platform. It offers you online payment services in some of the sectors like paying your mobile bills and your internet bills. It can even be helpful in buying your movie tickets and for airline ticketing as well. Now, Khalti has partnered with OnePlus and are offering their customers an exciting bonus worth Rs 4,000 in the purchase of the 64GB variant of the new OnePlus 5.
The new OnePlus 5 is priced at Rs. 59,499 in Nepal but buying this phone from Khalti will provide the customers with the Khalti Bonus worth Rs 4,000. Not only this, the purchase includes the standard “one-year warranty card” along with free home delivery service right at the customer’s doorsteps.
This offer started on July 5th and is only limited to a certain time. Khalti will start delivering the phone only from July 11th.
The users can enjoy this offer by following few simple and easy steps. The steps will only require a minute or so and it’s all worth it for Rs. 4000 Khalti Bonus. Every Khalti user will be able to make one purchase from their account by agreeing to all the terms and conditions before making the purchase.
Following steps are to be followed for the purchase of OnePlus 5 via Khalti:
Fill your KYC form [Know Your Customer] to make transactions above Rs 5,000
Load your Khalti account fund either by:
a) Cash deposit voucher or eBanking service from NIBL
b) Machhapuchhre eBanking service
c) Cash deposit via any Prabhu Group Kiosk machines out of 198 available in Nepal
Click on the OnePlus 5 Khalti Offer on your home screen
Now you are all set to buy 64GB One Plus 5 using Khalti
You will get Khalti Bonus worth Rs 4,000* immediately in your account.
I think this is a nice step to partner with companies and come up with new exciting offers to the customers. It is very good to see that companies are promoting online payment service in Nepal. And I wish luck to Khalti in the Nepali market.
Talking about the offer itself, it is similar to the Kaymu’s Daraz sale. You are getting the same amount of gift voucher if you pre-order the new OnePlus 5 in Kaymu as well.
But the take is different in either of the cases. In Kaymu you are getting Kaymu’s voucher worth Rs. 4000 which will help you buy another product only from Kaymu. But, in case of Khalti, the Khalti bonus can be used to pay your mobile bills or your internet bills or can also buy you movie tickets. You have both pros and cons if you pre-order the OnePlus 5 from Khalti. On one hand, the Pros are that you can spend your bonus money in different aspects unlike spending the bonus to buy another product from Kaymu and on the other hand, the Cons are that you have to go through the above steps which can be a bit of a bummer.
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