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18 December, 2018 18:47 IST
Tata Power becomes first power utility in Mumbai
Source: IRIS | 07 Aug, 2018, 03.33PM
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Tata Power, India's largest integrated power company is a pioneer in the application of innovation and technology for value added benefits to its customers.

In line with this commitment, Tata Power (Q,N,C,F)* has partnered with Vodafone, to facilitate bill payments for its consumers through the Vodafone M-Pesa e-wallet. This unique facility enables instant and easy cash payment of power supply bills by Tata Power consumers and can be availed at all 150 plus conveniently located Vodafone Mini Stores across Mumbai.

In line with Government of India's initiative of Digital India, Tata Power Mumbai has partnered with Vodafone in Mumbai wherein consumers can transact and make bill payments from the convenience of their home/office/on-the-go thereby encouraging digital payment. Other than smart-phones, payment can be also be made digitally through the e-wallet using feature (non-smart) phones as well. Tata Power consumers can also walk-in into any of the Vodafone Mini Stores spread across Mumbai and present their bills and make cash payment at the counter.

Praveer Sinha, CEO & MD, Tata Power, said, ''We, at Tata Power are constantly working to harness the use of technology to improve our overall customer service and experience. With this, Tata Power will revolutionise electricity bill payments in the city by the addition of more payment avenues for the ease of consumers. This facilitate will provide safer payment options to the consumers and contribute to the financial inclusion in the country. Tata Power is confident that it will prove to be a great addition to their overall stakeholder experience and we will remain committed to enhancing ease of consumers for transacting with Tata Power.''

Shares of the company declined Rs 1.75, or 2.44%, to trade at Rs 70.10. The total volume of shares traded was 226,688 at the BSE (3.25 p.m., Tuesday).

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