Commuters of Delhi can now pay their telephone, power and credit card bills at the Metro stations in New Delhi.
In an effort to provide greater convenience to Metro passengers, drop boxes have been installed on Sunday at various stations in which cheques for payments of phones, both landline and mobile, power, credit cards and on-line services can be deposited, according to a statement.
The service is available free of charge. Initially the boxes have been set up in the paid areas of 30 Metro stations including Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Dwarka, Janakpuri, Rohini, Shastri Park, Central Secretariat and Vishwavidyalaya.
All 59 stations of the Metro network will be covered within two months, the statement added.