Khalti Digital Wallet signs an agreement with Bhatbhateni Money Transfer (BMT) to provide domestic remittance services to its users across Nepal. Khalti’s director Mr. Amit Agrawal and the Executive Manager of Bhatbhateni Money Transfer Mr. Munal Jung Karki signed a partnership agreement amidst a ceremony at BMT’s head office in Kantipath, Kathmandu thereby jointly launching the service.
This means, Khalti now has a dedicated ‘Remittance’ icon in its app as well as the website allowing users to transfer money across Nepal. Khalti app’s remittance feature allows users to find a convenient location among Bhatbhateni outlets and 2500+ BMT remittance agents across Nepal as well as check the status of the amount they sent. Similarly, a PIN gets generated automatically after a successful transfer and sent to the receiver via SMS. Recipients can visit the specific Bhatbhateni supermarket or BMT agent and show the PIN to collect money.
Moreover, customers of both the Bhatbhateni and Khalti can visit any of the Bhatbhateni supermarkets and BMT agents across Nepal to load money in their Khalti wallet and make digital payment.
Mr. Amit Agrawal, about the agreement for domestic money transfer service, commented, “We are glad to sign this MoU with Bhatbhateni Group to enable our customers to transfer money directly from their wallet to Bhatbhateni Supermarkets and 2500+ BMT remittance agents across Nepal. With this partnership, Khalti has taken another step ahead towards its mission of simplifying people and lives with digital financial services.”
Mr. Munal Jung Karki also shared stating, “We are excited to collaborate with a renowned fintech company like Khalti and provide our domestic remittance service to its users across Nepal. Also, we are happy to facilitate our customers to load their Khalti wallet from Bhatbhateni supermarkets and 2500+ BMT agents across Nepal and provide Khalti’s seamless digital payment facility to all our customers.”