Aditya Puri launches HDFC Bank PayZapp android app

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New Delhi | Updated: June 16, 2015 6:08 PM

HDFC Bank Managing Director Aditya Puri has launched PayZapp app for customers who use android smartphones.

HDFC PayZappHDFC Bank today launched a mobile phone application, PayZapp, for online payments and money transfer.

HDFC Bank Managing Director Aditya Puri has launched PayZapp app for customers who use android smartphones.

Aditya Puri announced the launch of the app in a email newsletter sent to HDFC Bank customers.

HDFC Bank PayZapp app is a mobile payment solution which enables consumers to make financial transaction in one click.

The app will allow users to make numerous financial transactions using one app. In words of Puri, the app is latest Digital Banking Solution under ‘GoDigital’ initiative by HDFC Bank to simplify the financial life of customers.

Using PayZapp, a user can shop online on e-commerce sites as Big Basket, Makemytrip, Clear trip, Bookmyshow etc and the app also helps in getting deals on flight tickets, hotels, dinning, movie and music.

The user can also send money to anyone in their phone book or email list, read the mail.

The other facilities include paying bills, mobile, data card and DTH recharges.

The user can go for financial transaction only after linking their Debit or Credit card, only once, with the app.

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