MobiKwik Collaborates with AIIMS to Become Cashless

By: DT News Network
January, 04, 2017

In the wake of demonetization, AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) Delhi, India’s premier medical institution has partnered with MobiKwik to convert all its payment facilities cashless.

To commence with; resident doctors, staff and visitors can pay with MobiKwik in the institution’s cafeteria. Payment of doctor’s consultation, tests and other services will be made cashless by the first week of January 2017.

AIIMS is a medical college and medical research public university based in New Delhi, India. The Institute was established in 1956 and operates autonomously under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Daily, over 25000 patients visit the facility to receive best in class treatment for their ailments.

Upasana Taku, cofounder of MobiKwik added on the association, “We are proud to support Indians during the current situation of cash crunch and lead India’s transformation into a less-cash economy. AIIMS is the foremost medical institution in India and we are glad to have partnered with them.”



MobiKwik is an Indian mobile wallet major with 45 million users. The company has also launched an under 1 mb app, MobiKwik lite to support masses with low data connectivity and dated smartphones with technology limitations in accessing mobile payments.


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