Khalti is a Nepal-based online payment service that is accessible via its payment application. It is a direct competitor to the older e-Sewa payment gateway who has been one step ahead of Khalti with a PSP license. Recently, Khalti received the PSP license that allows it to conduct domestic money transfer. This development has made Khalti a viable alternative to eSewa in terms of accessibility and services.
Payment Service Provider License (PSP) for Khalti
The PSP license was granted by Nepa Rastra Bank, a national financial institution. It makes Khalti eligible for providing payment services beyond the digital medium. Now, it can provide services that include money transfers to other financial institution in Nepal.
Khalti can now offer online services for accepting electronic payments with more payment methods to choose from. As a result, Khalti users might be able to use direct debit transfers, bank transfers, credit card transactions, etc. The list of features to come will be available when Khalti decides to make its future plans public.
For now, Khalti already offers payment services at its partner institutions. Users can also engage in different activities ranging from watching movies, online shopping to paying utility bills on Khalti payment service.
If you use Khalti as an online payment platform, take note of the following partners of Khalti to take advantage while making payments. The partners include:
- QFX Cinemas
- Big Movies
- City Cinema
- Classic Tech
- Sparrow Sms services
- Net TV, etc.
For a comprehensive list of partners visit the Khalti website.
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