How to survive, ban on Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes?

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Bill Payments – 

You can use Oxigen Wallet  to make payments online as  well as at offline stores such as CCD, Croma, Muthoot Finance, among others. Similarly, you can walk into select restaurants and pay using UltraCash wallet too.

Moreover, there are other options too such as Vodafone’s m-pesa and Freecharge that will let you quickly recharge a pre-paid phone, pay electricity or DTH bill even when on the go.

Travelling –

You can sign up for a Paytm and then link it with your Uber account. You can easily add money to the wallet using your debit/credit cards or netbanking. Meru supports Citrus Pay as well as Paytm.

Mobile wallets simplify the process with one-click transfers. If you commute by metro, and the smartcard needs a recharge, you can easily do that online via Freecharge (Android, iOS). PayUMoney (Android, iOS) can also be used when making travel bookings on Yatra, Cleartrip and MakeMytrip. Redbus that is one of the popular bus booking services has its own wallet too.

Groceries – 

Options like BigBasket (Android, iOS), Grofers (Android, iOS), among others. Paying online or using mobile wallets is now possible. Both support some of the popular digital wallets such as Paytm (Android, iOS), PayU Money, Mobikwik Wallet and Citrus Wallet.

 

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