KATHMANDU: Both Khalti Digital Wallet and Tootle, Nepali homegrown startups on Tuesday announced an agreement to ease bike hailing service in the country.
“This partnership will enable Tootle customers to top-up their Tootle balance via Khalti Digital Wallet and make payments for tootle ride even more convenient,” the companies said in a statement.
Director of Khalti Amit Agrawal, and Co-founder and CEO of Tootle Sixit Bhatta, signed a Memorandum of Understanding amid an event today.
Announcing the partnership, Agrawal said, “Mobility and payments are common problems in Nepal. This collaboration is focused on jointly solving these problems.”
According to Bhatta, this partnership will ensure terrific opportunity to both brands to move fast and stand out in the mobile business space.
Moreover, as part of the launch offer, Tootle users can now top up their Tootle balance using Khalti and get 5% extra on each Tootle top up. Similarly, Khalti is also providing 5% Khalti cashback on Tootle top-ups.
How to download apps?
Download Khalti app:khalti.com/app
To download Tootle app and take a ride, visit here.