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Freecharge Making Its Way Into The F&B Sector
Freecharge has tied up with many F&B outlets across India.
FreeCharge today announced that food orders using FreeCharge have grown 12 times in the last 30 days since demonetisation happened.
Additionally, FreeCharge also mentioned that it has added F&B outlets in over 110 cities since demonetisation as users opted to go cashless for their daily needs.
FreeCharge has existing tie-ups with all the leading food delivery companies in India, including Zomato, Foodpanda, Swiggy, Fresh Menu, Runnr and Domino’s.
In addition to these, it has tie-ups with thousands of neighbourhood F&B outlets, which have a strong delivery business in their catchments.
According to Govind Rajan, Chief Executive Officer, Freecharge, “Food purchase constitutes a significant part of daily usage. Users across big and small cities have shifted their regular meal payments to FreeCharge to save time and effort in these recurring transactions. We have rapidly scaled up our presence in both the organised and the unorganised food sector.”
FreeCharge is accepted at leading food chains including McDonald’s, Cafe Coffee Day, Barista, Haldiram, Punjab Grill, Asia Seven, Zambar, FresCo, Pino’s, Baker Street and more.
Popular pubs & eateries like the Irish House, Beer Cafe and others have also switched to cashless payments using FreeCharge.
FreeCharge is also used at all leading F&B outlets in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai & Kolkata airports and is expanding its reach to all the major airports across the country.
Similarly, it is extending its footprint to cover the top 200 malls across India targeting food courts and eateries, which are a popular urban haunt in big cities.
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