Date of Post : 03 July, 2017
NEW DELHI: Commuters of Delhi Metro can now use QR codes to recharge their smart cards or buy tokens. The codes are displayed at token counters & customer care centres of designated Metro stations.
The facility using Bharat Quick Response Code was launched at Rajiv Chowk Metro station on Sunday by DMRC, MD, Mangu Singh.
- At present, the facility will be available at Rajiv Chowk, Rajendra Place, Seelampur, Pitampura & Nehru Place metro stations.
- It will be introduced at all stations in a phased manner.
- All bank wallet & savings account holders can make payments using Bharat QR by logging into their bank app & scanning the QR code available at stations.
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