Gurgaon, May 19 (IANS) MobiKwik, one of India’s independent mobile payment network, on Thursday said it has partnered with Domino’s and Burger King for cashless payments across their outlets in more than 200 cities.
“With this association, we now have enabled cashless payments across 8,000 restaurants in India,” MobiKwik said in a statement.
Announcing these associations, Upasana Taku, co-founder, MobiKwik, said: “At MobiKwik, we are driven by a vision of a cashless India and our association with these food retail giants like Domino’s is a strong step towards realising that idea. We aim for 100 percent growth every month through offline food and retail tie-ups.”
S. Murugan Narayanaswamy, senior vice president, marketing, Domino’s Pizza India, said: “Through this strategic initiative, we want to ensure that our guests across our more than 1,000 restaurants have added choice, and experience the highest level of convenience.”
Burger King is an American global chain of fast food restaurants headquartered in the United States. The company currently operates 48 stores in India, and is likely to open 35-40 more stores in 2016, the statement said.