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Khalti Digital Wallet, a premium mobile payment service provider in Nepal, has announced loyalty points and ‘Refer and Earn’ scheme during the CAN Infotech 2018 that kicked off at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu on Thursday, January 25.
Khalti said in a press statement that its users can invite their friends to transact using Khalti for which both the friends can earn upto Rs 45 each at a time. As part of this offer, one can earn upto Rs 5,000 by referring friends to use Khalti for the first time.
To participate in this offer, one needs to first login to Khalti and tap on the banner of ‘Refer and Earn’ from home screen. The users should then enter phone number of the person whom they want to refer and click on ‘Send’ or simply share the referral link using Whatsapp, Messenger or any other messaging app.
Both the referrer and referred friend’s Khalti wallet will be credited with Rs 10 when the referred person Signs Up, Rs. 15 when he loads his Khalti account for the first time, and with additional Rs. 20 if the referred friend gets his/her KYC verified within a week of referral.
Reward will be given to the referrers only if the person they referred signs up or completes a transaction within seven days of opening a wallet.
Meanwhile, Khalti informed that one lucky visitor to the CAN InfoTech 2018 will win a 20’’ Hisense LED TV every day. This offer will run for all six days of the event.
Khalti has also launched a special Khalti loyalty program offering ‘Khalti Points’ for its existing customers to add value to their spending on Khalti. Apart from giving regular cashbacks, Khalti users will also be given Khalti points which they can later use to redeem services with Khalti’s business partners.
All Khalti users are eligible to participate and benefit from these offers. Users can visit Khalti stalls T49/T50 at CAN InfoTech 2018 at Bhrikutimandap to know about the offer in detail, reads the statement.
This article was originally published at New Business Age Magazine on 25 January 2018. Read the original article here.