Nowadays, ordering things online or making reservations has become a hassle-free task. Gone are the days when we had to make an effort to get these done and it wasn’t as easy as we would have liked it to be. But now, it looks like a revolutionary change has been introduced.
Book Train Tickets With Paytm: ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has now officially collaborated with CASHe, a credit line app for personal uses. This will enable travellers to avail themselves of the “Travel Now, Pay Later” (TNPL) feature on the IRCTC Rail Connect application. This amazing feature will let travellers turn their tickets into EMIs and pay for them in instalments over three to six months.
The IRCTC officials also revealed that their app has now enabled Paytm Postpaid, making it easier for Paytm users to turn to ‘buy now, pay later’. Paytm Postpaid will let travellers enjoy their trips first and worry about the payments later. This buy now, pay later feature has been appreciated for quite some time now. The users have the option of using it while shopping or paying bills.
Here’s How You Can Use Paytm Postpaid On IRCTC
If you are planning to use Paytm Postpaid features for booking the tickets, note that you will be able to use ₹60,000 as credit for 30 days. The used amount will be billed at the end of every billing cycle, and you will be required to pay it in full.
Follow these steps to avail yourself of this option:
1. Download the IRCTC app on your mobile device and log in.
2. Select the destination, dates, and other details about the journey.
3. Pick your train and proceed to book the ticket.
4. When you reach the payment window, choose ‘Pay Later’.
5. Click on ‘Paytm Postpaid’ and move forward with your Paytm credentials.
6. Once you enter the credentials, you will receive a verification SMS.
7. Enter the OTP received to confirm the booking.
With the convenience of booking train tickets at hand, a lot of our travel dreams seem so much more plausible.
So, where are you travelling to first?
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