With so many applications that help customers to store and withdraw money, it’s really hard to know which ones are the best.
Pakistan was the first to launch a GSMA mobile money-certified service in 2009, named Easypaisa. It allows people of deprived socioeconomic statuses to send money from their mobile phones. At first, the service offered money transfers and is now popularly used for this service only. Undoubtedly, Telenor Microfinance Bank’s Easypaisa has the largest and most widespread footprint in Pakistan. The innovation, industry, innovation, and expansiveness of the “Easypaisa” service have resulted in it becoming a complete lifestyle platform. It facilitates the adoption of a digital way of life across the whole country. It is one of Telenor Microfinance Bank’s corporate subsidiaries.
Chiefly, the app allows you to pay utility bills, school fee challans, university fees, and even purchase products from the internet. It also provides gift cards for google, apple, and even vouchers for daraz.pk. Money can be transferred to other accounts and even allows sim card top-ups. It now even features a lottery system known as “1 Paisa” which allows customers to send Rs.1 to a draw system and can earn various prizes. Easypaisa has the largest community of users on google because it is the first of its kind in Pakistan and because it’s easy to set up and there’s less risk of losing data and lockouts.
Customers can pay any bills, transfer funds, buy airtime, or receive government benefits using the Easypaisa app. Users can also utilize the Easypaisa facilitates to pay for OTC (over-the-counter) remittances using the platform. In comparison to JazzCash, the service has more developed and simple navigation with the most used tools pined to the top.