New Delhi, Aug 4 (ANI
): India's fastest growing digital payments platform Freecharge has announced its partnership with restaurant search and discovery platform Zomato to offer swift and secure digital payment option to food lovers.
Customers across 10 cities can now seamlessly pay for their online food orders in less than 10 seconds using the Freecharge digital wallet across all the platforms on Zomato.
Through this partnership Freecharge will enable thousands of consumers who place an average of 32,000 orders a day, across over 11,000 restaurants on Zomato to adopt digital wallet.
"We are pleased to partner with India's leading food discovery and ordering platform, Zomato. Through this partnership, we will be able to offer our fast and secure digital payment expertise to the large customer base of Zomato and gain wider acceptance as a payment option," said Chief Business Officer Freecharge, Sudeep Tandon.
"We aim to make every mundane transaction delightful for our customers, and integrating the Freecharge wallet on Zomato is a perfect way to make customer's payment experience frictionless and convenient. We will continue to offer new avenues to our patrons to help them realise the need to go cashless for their daily payments," added Sudeep Tandon.
"We are excited to partner with Freecharge wallet, one of the leading wallet providers in the country, as an online payment option for our users, and look forward to a long term association with them," said Business Head Online Ordering Zomato, Mukund Kulashekaran. Zomato
's food ordering business has crossed the one million order a month mark and customers across Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune
, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, and Jaipur leverage their services.
Freecharge's endeavor is to influence the daily payment habits of consumers and offer an assortment of merchants to help them move away from cash.
Through such associations, Freecharge
is further winning the customer's trust with 99 percent transaction success rate and is strengthening its partner ecosystem and expanding its footprint in F and B sector. (ANI