Bank of Kathmandu QR code facility in buses running in Eastern Nepal

Kathmandu, March 12

Bus fares can now be paid through Bank of Kathmandu Limited’s QR code.

In order to expand its digital business, the bank has launched QR codes for 22 buses operated by Purbi Nepal Yatayat, Kankai Mai Pathibhara Yatayat and Super Janasewa Yatayat Committee. On the occasion, Ravi Kafle, Chief of the Provincial Office of the Bank, handed over the QR code to the representatives of the concerned transport committee. With the launch of this service, passengers traveling from Kakadbhitta, Birtamod, Damak, Urlabari, Belbari, Birotchowk to Biratnagar and Dharan via Itahari will be able to pay the fare by scanning the QR code of Bank of Kathmandu.

Similarly, seven buses operated by Kankai Mai Pathibhara Yatayat are providing bus service from Kankadbhitta, Birtamod, Damak, Urlabari, Belbari, Birotchowk to Biratnagar and Dharan via Itahari.

The short distance transport services maintained by the bank will be able to pay the fare digitally by scanning the QR code in 5 buses of Super Janasewa Yatayat Samiti operating from Kakadbhitta, Birtamod, Damak, Urlabari, Belbari, birotchowk to Biratnagar and Dharan via Itahari. Passengers can pay by registering a ticket at the ticket counter or pay the fare directly on the bus by scanning the QR code handed over by the bank, the bank said.

So far, Bank of Kathmandu has been providing excellent banking facilities to its customers from 90 branch offices, 78 ATMs and 10 extension counters. At the same time, the bank is mobilizing its branch offices in different business and other places of the country to keep the QR code to motivate customers for digital transactions.