1. Following note-ban, Ola to launch new ad campaign to promote ‘cashless’ rides

Following note-ban, Ola to launch new ad campaign to promote ‘cashless’ rides

In the wake of demonetisation of Rs 500 and 1000 notes, cab aggregator app Ola today said it will launch a multi-channel campaign to motivate people to use cashless payment options for rides.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: November 20, 2016 8:11 PM
With a multi-channel campaign, 'Nahi Rukega India. Cashless Chalega India', the "company aims to motivate people not to stop riding; cash or no cash," Ola said in a statement. (Reuters) With a multi-channel campaign, ‘Nahi Rukega India. Cashless Chalega India’, the “company aims to motivate people not to stop riding; cash or no cash,” Ola said in a statement. (Reuters)

In the wake of demonetisation of Rs 500 and 1000 notes, cab aggregator app Ola today said it will launch a multi-channel campaign to motivate people to use cashless payment options for rides.

With a multi-channel campaign, ‘Nahi Rukega India. Cashless Chalega India’, the “company aims to motivate people not to stop riding; cash or no cash,” Ola said in a statement.

“The campaign is led by a TV ad, complemented by print and digital ads that reinforce the campaign message of – India won’t stop. India will ride cashless,” it said.

This is appended by offers that promise cashbacks from partners-HDFC Bank, a host of E-commerce and retail brands and of course Ola Money – Ola’s very own E-wallet, it added.

“… the campaign comes at a time when a seamless payment option is the need of the hour for citizens. To make payments hassle-free, Ola is offering a range of payment options from cash to credit cards, debit cards and Ola Money, so that India can keep moving,” the statement said.

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