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I have been doing some research on digital banking in Nepal. I want to hear your thoughts on how you do digital banking?
Apart from Connect IPS and Mobile Banking and Payment wallet apps, what services do you use?
Are there any payment providers who charge 0 for interbank payments?
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> Are there any payment providers who charge 0 for interbank payments?
Let me know if you find one.
I think thaili (associated with NIMB) chargers 7 rupees per intrabank transaction
8 rs for connectips aint much if you think about the convenience.
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