Indian electronic payment brand Paytm is aggressively increasing its inventory as digital payments are set to power the Indian economy in future.
Paytm Payments Bank (PPB), which was rolled out few months back, has now introduced RuPay-powered digital debit card, in association with National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).
PPB managing director and CEO Renu Satti told Press Trust of India (PTI): "Our customers will now be able to pay across all online platforms with our digital debit card and experience the same convenience that they have been accustomed to across the Paytm ecosystem."
Customers who opened bank accounts with PPB will be issued the RuPay-powered digital debit card. Online platforms like India's homegrown cab Ola, Flipkart and Amazon which did not allow users to pay for transactions using Paytm wallets will allow transactions through these digital debit cards.
National Payments Corporation of India earlier partnered with WhatsApp to boost unified payments inter surface (UPI) payments and Bhim App.
Paytm Mall rolled out its first ad recently to reinvent shopping in India.