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Oxigen Wallets Mobile App associates with HPCL, for fuel payments

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MUMBAI: Spearheading the digital revolution, India’s first Non-Bank Mobile Wallet app, Oxigen Wallet, has entered into a strategic association with HPCL. While until now cash and cards had been the major accepted mode of payments at these petroleum pumps, the association is set to allow users to pay for fuel refills using Oxigen Wallet app.

Oxigen Wallet has been on a rapid expansion spree, following with the recent launch of Virtual Visa. The partnership is slated for further up the ante for Oxigen Wallet in the digital payments domain,as a benefit for the users. The recent alliance with the HPCL takes away the pain of carrying cash or paying for fuel using cards, thereby making payments swifter, and minimising credit card exposures.

At present, 61 HPCL outlets spanned across India, including New Delhi, Noida & Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai are prepped to accept payments directly from the Oxigen Wallet mobile app. In the coming two months, Oxigen Wallet is set to strengthen its partnership further, by on boarding more than 2000 HPCL outlets to accept payments for fuel using the Oxigen Wallet Mobile app.

Further commenting on the strategic alliance, Ankur Saxena, Director and Chief Mentor, Oxigen Wallet said, “We at Oxigen Services work passionately towards the digital revolution and it is our endeavor to provide premium services for digital payments to our users. We are excited to be partnering with HPCL and introducing mobile payments for getting the fuel. Making the payments secure and convenient, we are affirmative that our users would actively avail the service, paying for the fuel directly from their favorite Oxigen Wallet mobile app.”

Along with adding security, the entire process is pretty simple and straightforward. Users intending to pay using the app would have to share their mobile number with the HPCL petrol pump assistant. The assistant would then feed the number in the POS machine, triggering and OTP on the registered number for the confirmation of the transaction. User would then have to share the OTP with the assistant again and upon feeding the same in the POS machine, the amount payable for the fuel will get deducted directly from Oxigen Wallet.

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