Bank of Maldives has today launched ‘BML Cashless Ride’, a convenient way for customers to pay for taxis using their debit and credit cards.
This new service, which is part of the Bank’s ‘Aharenge Bank’ campaign, will feature Point-of-Sale terminals specially fitted for taxis. Customers can pay using any card accepted by the Bank, and they will be issued with a printed receipt to confirm their transaction. They will also have the option of paying for their ride using BML MobilePay, the Bank’s contactless payment service.
Speaking after the official inauguration of ‘BML Cashless Ride’, BML Deputy CEO and Director of Operations, Mohamed Shareef commented, “We are delighted to launch this convenient new service which facilitates quick and secure payments. We believe that our customers will benefit from the option of not having to count out cash and wait for their change at the end of a taxi journey, especially given how busy the roads can get.”
With a nationwide network of 31 branches across all 20 atolls, 78 ATMs, 4,000 Point of Sale merchants, 200 cash agents, 20 Self Service Banking Centres and 5 Dhoni Banking Units, as well as a full suite of Digital and Online Banking Services, Bank of Maldives is committed to supporting individuals, businesses and communities across Maldives.
‘Aharenge Bank’ is a nationwide campaign that underlines the Bank’s commitment to, and bond with, the communities and people of Maldives. The Bank recently announced that it would double its overall investment in communities to MVR 300 million this year.