We are very excited to announce our partnership with Reliance Infrastructure-led Mumbai Metro One for digital ticketing. The tie up enables purchase of tickets and recharging metro cards on the go, seamlessly within seconds. MobiKwik has introduced a metro section in its app for seamless recharge and ticket bookings.
Commuters can now book tickets on MobiKwik App and recharge metro cards on the go, within seconds! Under the metro section on MobiKwik app, commuters can recharge their metro cards in just 2 steps, by entering their Metro card number and the amount. The process can be completed under 10 seconds. Mumbai Metro has 12 stations under its route in operation.
Speaking on the launch, Vineet Singh, Chief Business Officer at MobiKwik said, “Further speeding the journey of Mumbai Metro’s commuters, MobiKwik is offering in app card recharges and QR code token payments at all metro stations. We are very excited at the prospect of being a part of over 3.9 lakh Mumbaikars’ lives every day and in partnering with Mumbai Metro to provide its commuters a seamless journey. “
A Mumbai Metro One spokesperson said, “We are living in times when innovative use of digital technology can help a customer-centric transport utility like Mumbai Metro One make the life simpler and more convenient for its commuters. We at Mumbai Metro One continuously strive to make the 21- minute journey more pleasurable for our commuters through innovations. We are proud to announce our tie up with MobiKwik for seamless recharge and ticket bookings”
Last quarter, MobiKwik had announced its partnership with Mumbai’s famed kaali-peeli ride hailing app, “Aamchi Drive”, as its official wallet partner. The tie-up came as a boon for customers, enabling them use the app swiftly and securely for their journey. The wallet major has also partnered with BEST for booking of tickets.
The foray of MobiKwik into the travel space comes against the backdrop of significant rise of business in the online travel market, thanks to millennial and the digital India initiative driven by Prime Minister. According to Internet and Mobile Association of India, online travel market was estimated to be over $10 billion.