ACT Fibernet and Amazon Pay Rolls Out 10% Cashback Offer on Broadband Bill Payments

By August 7th, 2018 AT 11:47 AM

ACT Fibernet, also known as Atria Convergence Technologies today announced its partnership with Amazon Pay to create a quick and seamless bill payment channel for its customers. As part of the tie-up, ACT Fibernet will integrate Amazon Pay on its company website, portal and app, which will provide the users with an additional channel to make online payments. Furthermore, the Internet Service Provider is already running a cashback offer on Amazon Pay. Users whoever choose Amazon Pay as a payment option will receive 10% cashback up to Rs 1000.

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E-wallet has become ubiquitous owing to its benefits of being a convenient and secure mode of payment, which is the reason behind ACT Fibernet’s partnership with Amazon Pay. “With an aim to provide a holistic user experience with ACT Fibernet, this latest feature will help accelerate the transaction process and facilitate one tap bill payment. The e-wallet facility will be made available to all the 1.3 million registered customers across 14 cities where ACT Fibernet has its presence,” said ACT Fibernet in a media statement.

Speaking on the partnership Ravi Karthik, Head of Marketing, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd said, “Digital wallet payment has phenomenally transformed the way we make monetary transactions today. It is fast, secure and highly convenient. We are extremely happy to extend the e-wallet service to our customers via Amazon Pay – one of the most trusted consumer brands. We believe this easy payment option will amplify our users experience and add value to their lives”.

Amazon Pay also stated that it would run exciting cashback offers for ACT Fibernet customers. Users making a bill payment or applying for new connections through Amazon Pay on ACT Fibernet website portal or app in the month of August will be rewarded with 10% cashback- which could be used to purchase any product or service within the wallet.

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